Musician Kacey Musgraves poses with a folk-out fan in front of a bright blue sky in the cover image of her Grammy-winning "Golden Hour" record.

A Shout-Out to Grammy-Winning Engineer/Mixer Craig Alvin and His Work on Kacey Musgraves’ ‘Golden Hour’

Congratulations to Craig Alvin for his Grammy-winning assistance on 2019 Album of the Year winner Kacey Musgraves‘ release “Golden Hour”!

Musgraves shares the honor with producers Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian; engineers/mixers Craig Alvin and Shawn Everett. Songwriters sharing the award were Fitchuk, Musgraves and Tashian, while Greg Calbi and Steve Fallone were mastering engineers.

COOL SIDE NOTE: Craig Alvin, who moved from Oklahoma to Nashville, Tennessee, to work with musicians, also mixed Oklahoma rock act colourmusic‘s first two albums: “F, Monday, Orange, February, Venus, Lunatic, 1 or 13” and “My ____ is pink.” He’s credited as assistant engineer on the band’s 2014 release “May You Marry Rich.”

Colourmusic members Nicholas Ley and Ryan Hendrix are both full-time faculty at ACM@UCO.

Alvin is on the far left in this Grammy night acceptance video with Musgraves:

See the full list of 61st annual Grammy Awards winners at grammy.com.

Jennifer Chancellor is the marketing and public relations coordinator for ACM@UCO. She is an award-winning mass/strategic communications professional with more than 25 years of experience as a writer, designer and entertainment journalist in Oklahoma. Jennifer joined ACM@UCO in 2018.

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