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Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson win Grammy for collaboration

Sunday, February 13, 2011 – The Zac Brown Band and Alan Jackson won the Grammy on Sunday for best country collaboration with vocals for the song As She's Walking Away.=

Brown told the crowd, "What a tremendous honor. Thank you very much. He thanked his family as well for the band being able to go out.

The band also thanked Jackson for making the recording "come alive."

Jackson was not at the ceremony. In a statement, he said, "I was real honored when Zac asked me to be on this record," Jackson said. "You know, it's pretty cool when a few of us Georgia boys can end up winning a Grammy out in L.A."


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