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Prine, Carlile, Dan + Shay win GRAMMYS

Sunday, March 14, 2021 – John Prine, Brandie Carlile and Dan + Shay won GRAMMYs on Sunday.

The Best Country Duo/Group Performance went to "10,000 Hours" by Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber. Dan + Shay also won Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Speechless."

Miranda Lambert won the GRAMMy for Best Country Album for "Wildcard." "We're such a family in country music," Lambert said in the live portion of the show with some of her fellow nominees in the house. "So, I feel like I'm holding this for all of us."

John Prine's "I Remember Everything" won Best Americana Roots Performance, while the title track won Best Americana Roots Song. The track was penned by John McLaughlin and Prine.

Gill took home the Best Country Solo Performance for "When Amy Prays."

Gillian Welch and David Rawlings won for Best Folk Album for "All The Good Times." The album is a collection of 10 acoustic covers recorded at home on a reel-to-reel and contains songs by Bob Dylan, John Prine, Elizabeth Cotten and Norman Blake, as well as new arrangements of traditional songs.

The Highwomen's "Crowded Table" scored the GRAMMY for Best Country Song. The song was penned by Natalie Hemby and Brandi Carlile of The Highwomen and Lori McKenna. Mickey Guyton received much press for her song, "Black Like Me," but failed to win.

Sarah Jarosz took home the GRAMMY for Best Americana album for "World on the Ground."

Ace bluegrass guitarist Billy Strings won Best Bluegrass Album for "Home."

Dolly Parton and Christian artist Zach Williams won the GRAMMY for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for "There Was Jesus." Songwriters Casey Beathard, Jonathan Smith and Williams shared in the award.


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