Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have five Grammy wins together, taking home Record of the Year for 'Please Read the Letter,' Best Country Collaboration for 'Killing the Blues,' Best Pop Collaboration for 'Rich Woman,' Album of the Year and Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album for 'Raising Sand.' That's five wins in five nominations!

"When we started this project together, the whole game was a mystery. We gave ourselves three days and said if it didn't work, we'd go back Wolverhampton," said Plant, upon accepting Record of the Year honors. "It's been given that Nashville touch, and it feels pretty good."

"Good things happen out of nowhere," added legendary producer T. Bone Burnett.

With 26 career wins, Krauss holds the record for most Grammy wins ever by a solo artist.

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Grammy Nominations - Country Categories (*Winners in bold.)

Best Country Album

'That Lonesome Song' - Jamey Johnson
'Sleepless Nights' - Patty Loveless
*'Troubadour' - George Strait
'Around the Bend' - Randy Travis
'Heaven, Heartache And The Power Of Love' - Trisha Yearwood

Best Country Song
(award goes to songwriters)

'Dig Two Graves' - Ashley Gorley & Bob Regan (recorded by Randy Travis)
'I Saw God Today' - Rodney Clawson, Monty Criswell & Wade Kirby (recorded by George Strait)
'In Color' - Jamey Johnson, Lee Thomas Miller & James Otto (recorded by Jamey Johnson)
*'Stay' - Jennifer Nettles (recorded by Sugarland)
'You're Gonna Miss This' - Ashley Gorley & Lee Thomas Miller (recorded by Trace Adkins)

Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group

Brooks and Dunn - 'God Must Be Busy'
Lady Antebellum - 'Love Don't Live Here'
Rascal Flatts - 'Every Day'
Steel Drivers - 'Blue Side of the Mountain'
*Sugarland - 'Stay'

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals

Kenny Chesney & George Strait - 'Shiftwork'
*Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - 'Killing the Blues'
George Strait & Patty Loveless - 'House of Cash'
Sugarland, Jake Owen & Little Big Town - 'Life in a Northern Town'
Trisha Yearwood & Keith Urban - 'Let the Wind Chase You'

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Martina McBride - 'For These Times'
LeAnn Rimes - 'What I Cannot Change'
*Carrie Underwood - 'Last Name'
Lee Ann Womack - 'Last Call'
Trisha Yearwood - 'This Is Me You're Talking To'

Best Male Country Vocal Performance

Trace Adkins - 'You're Gonna Miss This'
Jamey Johnson - 'In Color'
James Otto - 'Just Got Started Lovin' You'
*Brad Paisley - 'Letter to Me'
George Strait - 'Troubadour'

Best Country Instrumental Performance

Cherryholmes - 'Sumatra'
Jerry Douglas & Lloyd Green - 'Two Small Cars In Rome'
Béla Fleck & The Flecktones - 'Sleigh Ride'
Charlie Haden, Pat Metheny, Jerry Douglas & Bruce Hornsby - 'Is This America?'
*Brad Paisley, James Burton, Vince Gill, John Jorgenson, Albert Lee, Brent Mason, Redd Volkaert & Steve Wariner - 'Cluster Pluck'

See the full list of 2009 Grammy winners here.