Sunday night is sure to be a “good time” for a pair of Lowcountry acts. Local Gullah folk band, RankyTanky and Seacoast Church worship pastor, Brandon Lake have both been nominated for their first Grammy Awards.
RankyTanky’s nod is in the Best Regional Roots Music Album category for their new release “Good Time. The group features three College of Charleston alums and puts a modern twist on traditional Gullah music sounds.
Brandon Lake’s song “This is a Move” is up for the Best Gospel Performance/Song award. Lake also tours with Bethel Music and won a Dove Award in 2019 for the same song.
The Grammys air Sunday, January 26th on Live 5.
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We are honored to have been OFFICIALLY NOMINATED for a GRAMMY AWARD! Our new release, “Good Time”, is in the category of Best Regional Roots Music Album! —– We would like to thank our families, Resilience Music Alliance, our production team, and all of you for your love and support! THANK YOU 💗 . . . . . . . . . #RankyTanky #GoodTime #ResilienceMusicAlliance #Charleston #GullahGeechie #RegionalRoots #TruphonicRecording #VladoMastering #ShorefireMedia #LabelLogic #GRAMMY