2020 Best Country Album Tanya Tucker - While I'm Living 1998 Best Engineered Album Non-Classical Sheryl Crow - The Globe Sessions 1998 Best Rock Album Sheryl Crow - The Globe Sessions 2004 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album Steven Curtis Chapman - All Things New
2017 Best Folk Album The Secret Sisters - You Don't Own Me Anymore 2015 Best Americana Album Brandi Carlile - The Firewatcher's Daughter 2013 Best Engineered Album Non-Classical Andrew Duhon - The Moorings 2002 Best Engineered Album Non-Classical Sheryl Crow - C'Mon C'Mon 1998 Album Of The Year Sheryl Crow - The Globe Sessions
Trina Shoemaker was born in 1965 and raised in Joliet, IL, southwest of Chicago. Over the past three-and-a-half decades, she has produced, recorded and mixed hundreds of records. A four-time Grammy® Award winner and six-time nominee, she is the first woman to win the Grammy® for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. Her credits run the gamut from Queens Of The Stone Age and Iggy Pop to Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile and Tanya Tucker. Although audio engineering is a passion, writing songs and playing musical instruments are not. Instead, while her ears are busy in the studio recording music, her imagination is busy creating characters, narratives, plot lines and dialogues as she travels through the hidden workings of songs. These stories have culminated in the creation of her debut novel, The Engineer’s Song. Trina lives in Fairhope, Alabama on Mobile Bay with her husband, son and critters.