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2 min readNov 7, 2023


Fil-Am Lourdes Duque Baron (AI generated photo)

Fil-Am Artiste Lourdes Duque Baron’s New track “Never Forget” enters the Grammy consideration list as Online Entries are Processed for the 2024 GRAMMYS that ends on November 10, 2023

File Photo Lourdes Duque Baron receiving an Award for her book "Scripted in Heaven"

76-year-old Fil-Am Artiste Lourdes Duque Baron — a Los Angeles Music Awardee (2014) for Breakthrough Album is stunned to know that “Never Forget” her recently recorded original song made it to the official Grammy Academy list for consideration.

This is no small achievement, considering the thousands of submissions from artists all over the globe.

Receiving the Los Angeles Music Award for Breakthrough Album & Artist

GRAMMY entries are

reviewed by more than 350 experts in various genres and held in such a way that all recordings are ensured to meet specific qualifications and have been placed in appropriate fields like Jazz, Traditional Pop, Contemporary, Instrumental, and Musical Theater, Latin, Global, Reggae, and New Age.

The screening is done to ensure all entries are eligible and in its proper category.

Lou recorded “Never Forget” at the iconic recording studio; Studio One of Eastwest recording studios in Hollywood, the same place where she recorded her winning song “Me and Mr. Jones” back in 2014, that won her the Los Angeles Music Award.

Like Studio One the Grammys worked with Icons in Hollywood’s recording industry where the most celebrated albums and masterpieces were produced in the studio.

Namely: Frank Sinatra; recorded such hits here as “My Way”, “That’s Life” & “New York, New York.” while Elvis Presley revived his career with his 1968 Comeback Special and Barbara Streisand recorded her smash “The Way We Were.”

Since then, a who’s who list of music royalty have left their mark here, along with famous themes from film and television – including Mission Impossible, M.A.S.H. and The Godfather.

During her recording Lou’s producers were already eyed a Grammy nod for 2024.

To listen and check on Lou’s Discography tap link to youtube



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