Lambert wins big Grammy country honor, Cash takes three Grammys
COUNTRY STANDARD TIME
HomeNewsInterviewsCD ReleasesCD ReviewsConcertsArtistsArchive
 

Lambert wins big Grammy country honor, Cash takes three Grammys

Sunday, February 8, 2015 – Miranda Lambert won the biggest country music award at the Grammys on Sunday with Album of the Year for "Platinum."

Lambert, who also performed "Little Red Wagon" from the disc on the show, offered her thanks. ""Thank you so much for this amazing night," in the only country award given out on live television.

Rosanne Cash took home three Grammys in the pre-televised portion of the awards on Sunday, while Glenn Campbell was involved in two Grammy wins as well.

Cash won Grammys for: Best American Roots Performance for "A Feather's Not a Bird," Best American Roots Song for "A Feather's Not a Bird" and Best Americana Album for "The River & The Thread."

The Band Perry won their first Grammy for Best Country/Duo Group Performance for their cover of Glen Campbell's "Gentle On My Mind" for a documentary movie about Campbell.

Campbell also won Best Country Song for "I'm Not Gonna Miss You," a song penned by Campbell and Julian Raymond. "It's been amazing journey. He's been so courageous in bringing awareness to Alzheimer's and care giving," said Kim Campbell, Glen's wife.

Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer took home Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for "Bass & Mandolin."

The Earls of Leicester won the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album for their self-titled disc in awards handed out in pre-broadcast ceremonies.

Carrie Underwood won Best Country Vocal Performance for "Something in the Water."

Old Crow Medicine Show took the honor for Best Folk Album for "Remedy."

A Hank Williams album, "The Garden Spot Programs, 1950," won Best Historical Album. The disc was produced by Colin Escott and Cheryl Pawelski from radio programs Williams recorded.

Eric Church performed "Give Me Back My Hometown," while Brandy Clark sang "Hold My Hand," while accompanied by Dwight Yoakam.


More news for Rosanne Cash


CD reviews for Rosanne Cash

CD review - She Remembers Everything Rosanne Cash's "She Remembers Everything" kicks off with "The Only Thing Worth Fighting For," which features the opening line, "Waking up is harder than it seems." This admission foreshadows a mostly joyless collection of songs. (If) she remembers everything, well, here's to forgetting. Another entry, "8 Gods of Harlem," comes along two songs later and features Kris Kristofferson and Elvis Costello helping Cash sing about a boy killed by gun violence. ...
CD review - The River & The Thread On her first album since 2009's "The List," Cash takes a journey back home down the rivers of music, memory, loss, and longing that run in cascading shoals through Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. Produced and arranged by husband John Leventhal, who also plays guitar on the record and co-wrote the songs, the album also features an all-star cast of backing musicians and singers, including Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, Amy Helm and Tony Joe White. Leventhal's funky slide ...
CD review - The Essential Rosanne Cash Many top country artists have multiple greatest hits/best of/very best/super hits type collections and Roseanne Cash is certainly no exception. It's very rare that any single collection stands apart from the crowd, but that's exactly what this new Columbia/Legacy two-CD set accomplishes. Impressive in terms of both size and scope, this 36-song collection rises to the top of the hits compilation heap because it covers Cash's entire career. The set starts with the tender acoustic ...


©Country Standard Time • Jeffrey B. Remz, editor & publisher • countrystandardtime@gmail.com
AboutCopyrightNewsletterOur sister publication Standard Time
Subscribe to Country Music News Country News   Subscribe to Country Music CD Reviews CD Reviews   Follow us on  Twitter    Instagram    Facebook