Legacy Wins Grammy

Legacy by Doc Watson and David Holt, won the prestigious Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Music Recording of 2002. David won for both artist and producer.

Legacy is a project we worked hard on and are very proud of it,” Holt said after the ceremony February 23 in New York City. “We’re delighted fellow members of the Recording Academy recognized the quality of Legacy and honored it with this award.”

USA Today writes, “A captivating portrait of Doc Watson…Critic’s choice.”

Doc calls this win for Legacy “a great honor.” He now has six Grammys on his mantle. This makes two for David.
Legacy is a revealing and entertaining portrait of Doc Watson, a man who, for more than half a century, has been a force in the creation, interpretation and preservation of American roots music.

Producer Steven Heller: “Doc and David play amazingly well together. It was joy to work on this project with them, and a pleasure to honor Doc, an inspiration to so many of us. Through all the months we worked on this project, I never tired of hearing Doc sing and play and talk about his life. It was always like we were just having a visit.”

This collector’s edition contains three CD’s of newly recorded conversation and song, as well as a 72-page companion book filled with historical photos, stories and interviews from Doc Watson and his longtime friend and collaborator, David Holt. Together they pass on to you Doc’s inspiring life story and generous musical legacy.

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Legacy from High Windy Audio