Julian Raymond won Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media at the 2016 Grammy Awards for his work producing the soundtrack to the 2014 documentary Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.

Big Machine Label Group President and CEO Scott Borchetta accepted the honor on Raymond's behalf.

"This is such a special honor to represent Glen Campbell," he said, noting that his dad was Campbell's first promo guy, back in the '60s at Capitol Records.

"This is a beautiful honor," added Borchetta, whose label released the I'll Be Me soundtrack. "Thank you very much."

The Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me soundtrack features, among others, the Band Perry covering "Gentle on My Mind," as well as Campbell's final studio performance, "I'm Not Gonna Miss You."

"God Bless Glen Campbell. Thank you to the best music company in the world -- Scott Borchetta and the Big Machine Label Group -- for releasing and supporting the soundtrack. And to James Keach for making a masterpiece of a film. Love to my wife Dorrie and our son Max and daughter Ava," Raymond, also BMLG's vice president of A&R, says in a statement. "And finally to the Grammys for supporting Glen, his work and legacy for all these decades.”

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