Joe Alwyn (William Bowery) is now officially a Grammy winner. He has received this honor for being a co-writer and co-producer on the ‘Album Of The Year’ winning “folklore” by Taylor Swift.
Joe Alwyn is a Grammy nominee, for the record. Taylor Swift’s quarantine surprise album Folklore won the coveted Album of the Year Grammy in March 2021, defeating Jhené Aiko’s Chilombo, Black Pumas’ Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition), Coldplay’s Everday Life, Jacob Collier’s Djesse Vol. 3, Haim’s Women In Music Pt. III, Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia, and Post Malone’s Homosexual. Joe’s name was added to the production credits, which were previously not there, and which officially now makes him a Grammy winner. Swifties’ research abilities were on point when they recently noticed a major change in the Grammys’ official website when it came to Folklore’s big win as they recently noticed a major change in the Grammys’ official website when it came Folklore’s big win as they recently noticed a major change in the Grammys’ official website when it came to Folklore’s
Alwyn was discovered to be the man behind the enigmatic pseudonym William Bowery, who co-wrote Exile and Betty from Folklore, for those who were unaware. Exile, Betty, August, My Tears Ricochet, This Is Me Trying, and Illicit Affairs are among the songs that the 30-year-old actor co-produced with his girlfriend.