Two Non-Performing Georgians Add to Their Grammy Collections

Two Non-Performing Georgians Add to Their Grammy Collections

A pair of Georgians brought home a pair of Grammy Awards from this year’s ceremony, which was held Feb. 15th in Los Angeles, yet neither one of them is a professional musical performer.

Atlanta-based graphic designer Susan Archie earned her third Grammy for her work – along with fellow art directors Dean Blackwood and Jack White – on the visual presentation of the historical box set The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records, Volume Two (1928-32), which White’s Third Man Records released last year in cahoots with Revenant Records.

Former President Jimmy Carter also emerged with a trophy for his audio memoir, A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety. It’s the second Grammy win for Carter – the first came in 2007 for Our Endangered Values – while he’s seemingly been nominated for every audio book that carries his name, a whopping six additional times since the late ‘90s.

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