Ricky Cage shared that he celebrated his victory with his mentor, older brother, and dear friend Stewart Copeland. He posted a photo on Twitter of him and Copeland eating Indian food. “This is how my mentor, older brother, dear friend Stewart Copeland and I celebrated our victory,” he captioned the image.
The Grammy Awards function took place in Los Angeles, where he also made his presence felt in India and won the award. Bangalore-based Indian musician and producer Ricky Kej, who recently won his third career Grammy Award, is celebrating. Ricky Cage has won a Grammy Award for the album ‘Divine Tides’. This is Cage’s third Grammy Award. Cage dedicated this honor to his country India.
Ricky Cage has shared how he celebrated his victory with his “mentor, big brother and dear friend” Stewart Copeland. He posted a photo on Twitter of him and Copeland eating Indian food. “This is how my mentor, older brother and dear friend Stewart Copeland and I celebrated our victory. An Indian meal in LA… just the two of us. I’m so thankful for him,” he captioned the image.
The American-born musician shared the award with Stewart Copeland, drummer for the iconic British rock band The Police. Stewart Copeland helped Cage on the album. The duo won the award in the Best ‘Immersive Audio Album’ category at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards. He had won a Grammy in the ‘Best New Age Album’ category for the same album last year. The Recording Academy, which hosts the Grammy Awards, wrote on its official Twitter account Sunday night: “Best Immersive Audio Album ‘Divine Tides’ Winner Eric Schilling, Immersive Mixing Engineer, Cope Land Music, Ricky Cage and Herbert Walt, Immersive Producers (Kudos to Stewart Copeland and Ricky Cage).
This is how my guru, older brother and dear friend Stewart Copeland and I celebrated our victory 🙂 An Indian meal in Los Angeles… just the two of us. So thankful for him in my life. @copelandmusic @RecordingAcad #3xGrammy Winner #GRAMMYWINNERS pic.twitter.com/o9632qY0qT
—Ricky Kej (@rickykej) February 6, 2023
Musician Cage shared some photos on Twitter saying: “I just won my third Grammy Award. Thank you very much, there are no words to express my feelings. I dedicate this award to India.” The singer Beyoncé, for her part, went a step further on the list of most Grammy winners in history, winning two Grammys.Beyoncé won in the category Best ‘Electronic Dance Music Recording’ for ‘Break My Soul’ and in the category Best ‘Traditional R&B’ for ‘ Plastic Off the Sofa’ With this, the singer has won a total of 30 Grammy Awards so far, just one award behind Hungarian-British conductor and opera conductor Georg Solti, who has won the most with 31 awards.