Kaneland grad associated with 2013 Grammy-nominated country album

By on February 9, 2013

LOS ANGELES—Elburn native Matt Rausch is one of three recording engineers listed on the The Time Jumpers’ self-titled album, which is a 2013 Grammy nominee for Best Country Album. Rausch is also one of the engineers listed on Jamey Johnson’s “Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran,” which is also nominated for Best Country Album this year.

Rausch is a 2005 Kaneland High School graduate, and was named Prom King that same year. He also helped to establish the Kaneland Krier website during his sophmore year at KHS. He attended Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove and then transfered to Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn.

Rausch currently lives in Nashville. He is the son of James and Loretta Stoffa-Rausch of Elburn, and grandson of Darlene and the late George Stoffa.

The Grammy Awards will air on Sunday, Feb. 10