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Grammys give Musgraves sales bump

Monday, January 27, 2014 – The Grammy sales bump has begun, especially for Kacey Musgraves, who won a Grammy and performed on Sunday.

Musgraves' "Same Trailer Different Park" won Best Country Album and may have a gain of more than 100 percent for the week ending Wednesday morning, according to Billboard. The disc could sell about 9,000 units, up from last week's 4,000 figure.

Musgraves performed her single "Follow Your Arrow," which may have a 200-percent increase this week. Taylor Swift's performance of "All Too Well" may lead to a growth of 3,000 percent to about 18,000 downloads, Billboard said.


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