Last night in Los Angeles, Silver Wave, a Boulder-based imprint that specializes in Native American, world and new age music, took home another Grammy. We say another, because this is the fourth consecutive year that the label has earned a statue for its Native American contributions. This year's recipient, producer Tom Wasinger, was recognized for his contributions to Come To Me Great Mystery: Native American Healing Songs.
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