Tre Nagella, Luminous Sound’s producer and chief engineer prefers a role behind the scenes, but for the third time, his talent has carried him into the GRAMMY® spotlight. Tre was awarded a 2017 GRAMMY for Best Gospel Album for Kirk Franklin’s Losing My Religion.
Tre’s two previous GRAMMYs were also for his work with Kirk Franklin: 2011 Best Gospel Album for Hello Fear and 2008 Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album for The Fight Of My Life.
Tre is an active member of The Recording Academy, and has served two terms on the prestigious Board of Governors for the Texas Chapter and is the Texas Chapter chair for the Producers and Engineers Wing.
The Recording Academy is best known for honoring achievements through its GRAMMY® Award, but the organization is also the only one representing all music performers, songwriters and studio professionals. The Recording Academy supports the music community through GRAMMYs on the Hill, an ongoing effort to advocate for artists’ rights; MusicCares a safety net that provides critical assistance for financial, medical, and personal emergencies; and the GRAMMY Foundation which offers programs and activities designed to bring national attention to important issues such as the value and impact of music and arts education and the urgency of preserving our rich cultural heritage.