Marty Stuart wins instrumental Grammy
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Marty Stuart wins instrumental Grammy

Sunday, February 13, 2011 – Marty Stuart took home the Grammy on Sunday for Best Country Instrumental Performance for Hummingbyrd from his disc, "Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions."

Stuart was not at the ceremony, which was held before the prime time event on television.

Others nominated were:

Tattoo Of A Smudge, Cherryholmes from "Cherryholmes IV Common Threads" [Skaggs Family Records]
Magic #9, The Infamous Stringdusters from: "Things That Fly" [Sugar Hill Records]
New Chance Blues, Punch Brothers from "Antifogmatic" [Nonesuch]
Willow Creek, Darrell Scott from: "A Crooked Road" [Full Light]


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