Portland musician Dave Gutter wins his 1st Grammy

Dave Gutter, a longtime Maine musician and frontman for Rustic Overtones, received a Grammy on Sunday for a tune he wrote for legendary New Orleans singer Aaron Neville.

Gutter received the Grammy for Greatest American Roots Efficiency for the tune “Stompin’ Floor,” which he wrote with Eric Krasno of the bands Soulive and Lettuce. The tune was carried out by Neville and the Soiled Dozen Brass Band, off the soundtrack to the documentary “Take Me To The River: New Orleans.”

One different Mainer additionally received a Grammy this 12 months. Bob Ludwig, founding father of longtime Portland mastering studio Gateway Mastering, received his thirteenth Grammy for remastering the twentieth anniversary reissue of Wilco’s album “Yankee Resort Foxtrot.”