Old Crow Medicine Show’s ‘Remedy’ Wins Best Folk Album at 2015 Grammys
It’s no secret that we’re fans of Old Crow Medicine Show and their latest full-length effort, ‘Remedy.’ Hitting stores in July last year, the album is packed full of instant classics in Old Crow’s vast catalog -- classics infused with folk, punk, bluegrass, country and straight-up rock and roll.
So, it’s not a surprise that the record picked up this year’s Grammy Award for Best Folk Album, and we couldn't be prouder of the band! They were up against ‘Three Bells’ by Mike Auldridge, Jerry Douglas and Rob Ickes, Alice Gerrard’s ‘Follow the Music,’ Eliza Gilkyson’s ‘The Nocturne Diaries’ and Jesse Winchester’s ‘A Reasonable Amount of Trouble.'
With the likes of Mumford and Sons and the Avett Brothers leading a folk revival of sorts in the 21st century, we're confident saying Old Crow Medicine Show might just be the most important outfit in that effort. Congrats to Old Crow and everyone at ATO Records!
Watch Old Crow Medicine Show's Official Music Video for 'Sweet Amarillo'