Forest was nominated for Mickey Guyton’s album “Remember Her Name” as the Best Country Album as producer, musician and engineer.
This is Forest’s third Grammy nomination since Kelsea Ballerini’s sophomore Album in 2018. When he was also nominated for Best Country Album of 2018.
Other hits include songs co-written with Ballerini, including “Love Me Like You Mean It,” “Peter Pan,”and “Legends.” Whitehead co-produced Kelsea’s GOLD-certified debut album, The First Time, as well as her GRAMMY-nominated follow up album Unapologetically. Whitehead has also had cuts with Brantley Gilbert, Dylan Scott and Catherine McGrath, among others.
“Remember Her Name” is Mickey Guyton debut studio album. It was released on September 24, 2021, via Capitol Records Nashville. A follow-up release to her extended play, Bridges (2020), the album includes the singles “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?“, “Black Like Me” and a re-recorded version of her 2015 single, “Better Than You Left Me“.
The album centers around her personal and professional setbacks over the course of several years. Lyrical themes highlight Guyton’s insecurities and anxieties while on her musical journey. The project received a favorable response from critics as well.
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