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Poll: Who Should Win Best American Roots Song at the 2014 Grammy Awards?

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The 2014 Grammy Awards are set to air on Sunday (Jan. 26), and the category of Best American Roots Song is crowded with hot contenders.

Contemporary bluegrass prodigy Sarah Jarosz is nominated for ‘Build Me Up From Bones,’ while Steve Earle has returned with ‘Invisible,’ earning a nomination.

Tim O’Brien and Darrell Scott’s collaboration on ‘Keep Your Dirty Lights On’ scored a nomination, as did Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s collaboration on ‘Love Has Come for You.’ Allen Toussaint is also up for his ‘Shrimp Po-Boy, Dressed.’

Who should take home the award for Best American Roots Songs at the 2014 Grammys? Vote below as often as once an hour, and we’ll tabulate the results for our Grammy predictions later this week.

Next: See a Complete List of the 2014 Country Grammy Nominees

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