'The Garden Spot Programs,' a series of radio shows recorded by Hank Williams in 1950 and just released in May of 2014, were named Best Historical Album at the 2015 Grammy Awards.

Collector George Gimarc discovered recordings of the shows in 2013, among records he'd received from an Iowa radio station. Omnivore Recordings released the album on CD and vinyl, with both packages containing rare photos and notes from co-producer Colin Escott, who is also a Williams biographer.

The album's producers, Escott and Cheryl Pawelski, as well as mastering engineer Michael Graves received trophies for the win.

"The artists of today and tomorrow learn from the artists that came before," said Pawelski when accepting her trophy. "To all that do this work, I'm your biggest fan."

See a complete list of 2015 Grammy Awards winners here. 'The Garden Spot Programs' is available via Amazon.

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