Sarah Jarosz Nominated for Two GRAMMY® Awards

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Sarah Jarosz Nominated for Two GRAMMY® Awards

for Best Folk Album & Best American Roots Song

 Nashville, Tenn. (December 7, 2013) – Sugar Hill Records' critically acclaimed singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sarah Jarosz was nominated for two GRAMMY® Awards last night for Best Folk Album for her album Build Me Up From Bones as well as Best American Roots Song for “Build Me Up From Bones.” Awards will be given out at the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on January 26, 2014.  

Build Me Up From Bones, the third studio album from 22-year old Sarah Jarosz, has received unanimous praise from the press. Released on September 24th, the album enjoyed a six-week reign in the top spot on Americana radio and has been Top 20 on the Triple A Non Commercial radio chart for seven weeks and counting. In addition, the video for "Over the Edge," featuring Alex Hargreaves on fiddle and Nathaniel Smith on cello, was picked up by CMT Pure, airing online and on televison in the Top 12 Countdown for several weeks.

After four years of balancing a career with her studies at the New England Conservatory, Jarosz, along with musicians Alex Hargreaves on fiddle and Nathaniel Smith on cello, both prodigies in their own right, recently wrapped a very successful fall tour. Build Me Up From Bones was co-produced by Sarah and her longtime collaborator – GRAMMY® award-winning engineer and producer Gary Paczosa.

Positive response for Build Me Up From Bones has come from a wide range of outlets including USA Today, NPR, The New York Times, Boston Globe, CMT Edge, Southern Living, American Songwriter, Texas Monthly, M Music & Musicians, Texas Music Magazine, Fretboard Journal, Lone Star Music, Christian Science Monitor, Country Weekly, The Austin Chronicle,, Stereo Subversion, Nashville Scene and The Chicago Reader who wrote, “…her lyrics have a cosmic streak, but her dynamic arrangements and adaptations of traditional forms keep the music grounded.”