Award-Winning Artists

Crossroads Recording Studios has produced some of the most awarded projects in multiple genres. Here are some highlights.

Balsam Range’s 2011 IBMA Bluegrass Song of the Year “Trains I Missed” and 2013 IBMA Bluegrass Album of the Year Papertown were both recorded at Crossroads Studios.

In 2001, Ivan Parker began recording his solo albums at Crossroads Studios. Since then, he has won twelve of the last thirteen Singing News Fan Awards for Favorite Soloist.

Flatt Lonesome won the 2014 IBMA Award for Emerging Group of the Year.

The 2014 Singing News Fan Awards Album of the Year, For All He’s Done by Greater Vision, was recorded at Crossroads Studios. This album included the 2014 Singing News Fan Awards Song of the Year, “Preacher, Tell It Like It Is.”

The Grascals’ album Life Finds A Way received a 2013 Grammy® Nomination for Best Bluegrass Album.

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver’s album Light On My Feet, Ready To Fly was nominated for a 2011 Dove Award® for Bluegrass Album of the Year.

The Isaacs’ album Bridges won a 1998 Gospel Music Association Dove Award® for Bluegrass Album of the Year.

The Harper Family’s album Through It All was nominated for Bluegrass Album of the Year in the 2014 Dove Awards®.

The Inspirations won the 2007 Singing News Fan Awards Song of the Year award for “I Have Not Forgotten.”

Audio post-production for the 2005 Singing News Fan Awards Video of the Year NQC ‘04 Live was done at Crossroads Studios.