“Music’s Biggest Night” wasn’t short on big country winners!
The 59th annual Grammy Awards saw a slew of country attendance, including Maren Morris, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and more.
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And they took home some hardware, too.
Maren snagged the only on-camera country win for Best Country Solo Performance for “My Church,” while Dolly Parton, Hillary Scott, Sturgill Simpson and more took home gramophones in the pre-Grammys telecast.
In addition, Sturgill performed his hit “All Around You” with the Dap-Kings on the big show. Carrie and Keith took to the stage to perform their new single “The Fighter,” and Kelsea Ballerini collaborated with pop band Lukas Graham on a “Peter Pan/7 Years” mash-up.
Maren reunited with her CMT Crossroads partner Alicia Keys for a show-stopping performance of Maren’s “Once,” while Little Big Town took part in a musical tribute to the legendary Bee Gees.
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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill took the spotlight to present the two biggest awards of the night, Record of the Year and Album of the Year, to Adele for “Hello” and 25, respectively.
See the full list of country winners below.
Best Country Solo Performance
Maren Morris – My Church
Best Country Song
Humble and Kind – Lori McKenna (Tim McGraw)
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Pentatonix Featuring Dolly Parton – Jolene
Best Country Album
Sturgill Simpson – A Sailor’s Guide to Earth
Best Contemporary Christian Performance
Hillary Scott & The Scott Family – Thy Will
Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
Hillary Scott & The Scott Family – Love Remains
Best Roots Gospel Album
Joey + Rory – Hymns
Best American Roots Song
Kid Sister - Vince Gill, songwriter (The Time Jumpers)