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December 2006

Twenty-six Grammy nominations for albums that David worked on:

Record of the Year — Dixie Chicks “Not Ready to Make Nice”

Album of the Year — Dixie Chicks “Taking the Long Way”

— Justin Timberlake “Future Sex/LoveSounds”

Song of the Year — Dixie Chicks “Not Ready to Make Nice”

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance — McCartney – Jenny Wren

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals — Sheryl Crow & Sting “Always on your Side”

— Nelly Furtado & Timbaland “Promiscuous”

Best Pop Vocal Album — Justin Timberlake “Future Sex/LoveSounds”

Best Dance Recording — Justin Timberlake “Future Sex/LoveSounds”

Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance — “Beck Nausea”

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance — Beyonce “Ring the Alarm”

Best Contemporary R&B Album — Beyonce “B’Day”

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration — Justin Timberlake feat. T.I.

Best Female Country Vocal Performance — Gretchen Wilson “I Don’t Feel Like Loving You Today”

Best Male Country Vocal Performance — Vince Gill “The Reason Why”

— Keith Urban “Once In a Lifetime”

Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals — Dixie Chicks “Not Ready to Make Nice”

— Rascal Flatts “What Hurts the Most”

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals — Bon Jovi & Jennifer Nettles “Who Says You Can’t Go Home”

— Trisha Yearwood & Garth Brooks “Love Will Always Win”

Best Country Song — Gretchen Wilson “I Don’t Feel Like Loving You Today”

— Rascal Flatts “What Hurts the Most”

Best Country Album — Dixie Chicks “Taking the Long Way”

Best Rock or Gospel Album — Sarah Kelly “Where the Past Meets Today”

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media — “Brokeback Mountain”

Producer of the Year — Rick Rubin (David worked on all albums except Red Hot Chili Peppers)


September 2006

David Campbell conducts Willie Nelson at the Hollywood Bowl

David conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl in a performance with Willie Nelson.

For more details and tickets, visit:

Hollywood Bowl/ LA Philharmonic website – info/ ticket purchase

Hollywood Bowl/ LA Philharmonic website – David Campbell bio


March 2006

“Brokeback Mountain” (Orchestrated by David Campbell) wins an Oscar.

From Gustavo Santaolalla’s acceptance speech:

“…I want to thank a few people. I want to thank Ang Lee for his vision, his support, his guidance. I want to thank…My orchestrator, David Campbell, Bob Bernstein, Ron Goldstein. I want to thank my family, my wife Alejandra, my kids Anna, Luna and Don Juan, and last but not least, I want to dedicate this to my mother, a mi madre, to my country, Argentina, and to all the latinos. Para todos Latinos, muchas gracias, thank you.”