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2 Cincinnatians win Grammy awards for their contributions to songs sung by top artists

Two Louisiana artists took home Grammy awards Sunday, Jan. 26, and a music teacher from...
Two Louisiana artists took home Grammy awards Sunday, Jan. 26, and a music teacher from Calcasieu Parish was honored.(unsplash.com)
Updated: Mar. 15, 2021 at 2:19 PM EDT
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CINCINNATI (FOX19) -Two Cincinnatians won Grammy awards Sunday night for their contributions to songs from the world’s biggest artists.

Cincinnati Country Day spokesperson says two of their alumni Kellen Pomeranz and Aaron Dessner won the awards.

Pomeranz won for her contributions “Conversations in the Dark,” a track on fellow Ohioan and R&B artist John Legend’s Grammy winning album “Bigger Love.”

According to the Recording Academy, Legend along with his team who worked on the album, won in the “Best R&B Album” category.

Dessner, won for his contribution with Taylor Swift on her latest album, “Folklore.”

The Academy says “Folklore” won one of the top awards, “Album of the year.” Swift along with Bleechers frontman Jack Antonoff and Dessner were producers and mixers on the album. Dessner and Swift have also have a songwriting credits.

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