Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Muppets' Holiday Album Gets Grammy Nomination


The nominees for the 50th annual Grammy Awards were announced last week by The Recording Academy. This year's awards, recognizing the best albums and recordings released between October 1, 2006 and September 30, 2007, will be presented on February 10, 2008 with the ceremony being televised live on CBS (check local listings for details).

The Muppets' most recent studio album, "A Green and Red Christmas" made the list of nominees for "Best Musical Album For Children"! "A Green and Red Christmas", was released on October 17, 2006 and features 12 outstanding holiday songs sung by everyone's favorite Muppets.

We wish the Muppets the best of luck and congratulate them on this exciting nomination. And if you haven't picked up this wonderful holiday album, be sure to get your hands a copy today!


Vaughn Michael said...

oh gosh thats just so great I'm glad the Muppets are for kids.

frogboy4 said...

The Grammy committee is notoriously out of touch with current culture and the public. I usually don't care for who wins or is nominated, but I’m still glad that the Muppets have been recognized for something - even if it is this mediocre album from last 2006. Remember that in Jim Henson’s era, Rainbow Connection won a Grammy in the children’s recording section. The Emmy’s and Oscars think more highly of the Muppets, but I’m still pleased about this.

Anonymous said...

I am happy to let you know that as a Grammy voter, I can safely say that the album has gained at least one vote from me.

If it doesn't win, it's not my fault.