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Burning Spear Wins Second Career Best Reggae Album Grammy® For Jah Is Real

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Burning Music Productions proudly announces that Reggae music icon Winston ‘Burning Spear’ Rodney (O.D.) has won his second career Best Reggae Album Grammy for his all-new 2008 studio CD release, Jah Is Real.  The 51st Annual Grammy Awards were held Sunday, February 8th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, and broadcast on CBS TV Network in US and to a worldwide audience.  Burning Spear is a previous Grammy winner for his 1999 Calling Rastafari album and has received a record 11 nominations (most in the Reggae genre) for releases over his career to date (www.Grammy.com).

Spear and his wife/ Burning Music Productions partner Sonia, who also attended along with son, Kevin, are greatly appreciative of the recognition by the Academy members for the honor.  It was also significant for them as being the only fully independent release among the nominations this year.  Congratulations for Spear’s win came backstage from other music icons as former Beatles member, Sir Paul McCartney, bluesman BB King, and many more from the musical community.  He was also  interviewed by the worldwide press in attendance including Fox Network, BBC, CNN, People, and many more along the event’s red carpet upon his arrival at the Grammys.

Jah Is Real is an all-new studio album produced and performed by Rodney and released / distributed through his own independent Burning Music Productions.  The CD also features guest musical performances on several of the album tracks by Parliament-Funkadelic legends bassist Bootsy Collins and keyboard maestro Bernie Worrell.  Jah Is Real and Burning Spear’s extensive catalog of releases are available at the Burning Spear Store, on his official website, www.BurningSpear.net, and all leading retail music stores.

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