There were a lot of memorable moments at the Grammy’s on Sunday night, including Beyoncé setting the record for most Grammy’s won by any artist.
Her first award of the night (Best R&B Song for Cuff It) she wasn’t even there yet, stuck in that terrible L.A. traffic. So her producer Nile Rodgers accepted the award on her behalf. An award that also had an interesting Connecticut connection.
Nile owns a recording studio in Westport call Le Crib. Parts of Beyoncé’s album Renaissance were recorded there. No one really knows if Beyoncé spent any time here during the recording but the studio is listened in the credits of the album. So we’re counting it. Good Grammy win, Westport!
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