Awards & Winners

Concord Records

Concord Records is a American record label, now based in Beverly Hills, California. Originally known as Concord Jazz, it was established in 1972 as an off-shoot of the Concord Jazz Festival in Concord, California, by festival founder Carl Jefferson, a local automobile dealer and jazz fan who sold his Lincoln Mercury dealership to found "the jazz label I can never find in record stores." Since then, the label has achieved international recognition, as well as 88 Grammy Award nominations and 14 Grammy Awards. The label issues a large number of live recordings from festivals and other venues, including a series started in 1990 of piano recitals from Maybeck Recital Hall in Berkeley, California, by many well known jazz pianists. The original Concord Jazz logo, a stylized eighth note incorporating the C and J of "Concord Jazz," was created by Bay Area graphic designer Dan Buck, who also worked on several album covers for the company. Concord includes a family of specialized labels, including Concord Picante for Latin Jazz and Concord Concerto for classical music.

Awards by Concord Records

Check all the awards nominated and won by Concord Records.


Independent Music Award for Best Album - Singer-Songwriter
Honored for : Pushin\u2019 Against a Stone

Nominations 2014 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Independent Music Award for Best Song - Blues You Can't Be Told
Independent Music Award for Best Album - Singer-Songwriter Pushin' Against a Stone