Sunday, February 12, 2017
– Sturgill Simpson's left of center disc, "A Sailor's Guide to Earth," won the Grammy on Sunday for Best Grammy Album.
Maren Morris' "My Church" took the honor for Best Country Solo Performance. Morris also sang with Alicia Keys during the broadcast.
Hillary Scott & the Scott Family won two Grammys: "Thy Will" took Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song with Bernie Herms, Hillary Scott and Emily Weisband, songwriters. Scott and her family's album, "Love Remains," took Contemporary Christian Music Album.
Pentatonix's version of "Joelene" with Dolly Parton won Best Country/Duo Performance.
Lori McKenna won the Best Country Song Grammy for "Humble and Kind." Tim McGraw recorded the song.
The Best Roots Gospel Album wen to Joey + Rory for Hymns," released a year ago as Joey was succumbing to cancer.
Sarah Jarosz took the honor for Best Americana Roots Performance for "House of Mercy." She also took the Best Folk Album for "Undercurrent."
Vince Gill's "Kid Sister" took the Best American roots Song. The song was recorded by The Time Jumpers, which includes Gill.
Will Nelson won the Grammy for Best Pop Traditional Pop Vocal Album for "Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin."
Stax artist William Bell won Best Americana Album for "This is Where I Live."
O'Connor Band with Mark O'Connor scored the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album for "Coming Home."