GREENFIELD — For a recording engineer still fresh on his first full-time gig in Nashville, Jerricho Scroggins would have been happy enough just to get a piece of paper or a plaque recognizing his work on an award-winning music album.
To now have a Grammy Award on his shelf is a bit more than he could have hoped.
“I’m not speechless that often,” the 27-year-old Greenfield native said about learning of the honor. “But I had a speechless moment.”
A 2005 graduate of Greenfield-Central High School, Scroggins engineered seven songs of Toby McKeehan’s “Eye On It” album, which snagged a Grammy earlier this year for best contemporary Christian album. McKeehan is better known by his stage name, TobyMac.
The album was Scroggins’ first credited album, and he’s still finding it hard to believe he has a Grammy on his resume.