Every country act, whether new or tenured, has a favorite Grammys experience. From Faith Hill to Jake Owen, music's biggest night has changed the lives of many artists virtually overnight. Just to sit among the greats of music is in and of itself an amazing gift.

We spoke to several of country's biggest acts and asked them what their favorite Grammy moment was all about.

When Faith Hill and husband Tim McGraw won a Grammy for their duet 'Let's Make Love,' Nashville's first lady had a slight wardrobe malfunction.

"I remember my shirt came unbuttoned," Faith says of receiving her award. "So I'm standing up on stage and I'm holding my Grammy and I look down and realized that my shirt is open, so I had to hold my Grammy [close to me] while I was talking."

Vince Gill's experience is even more humbling as he received one of his Grammys from the one and only Ringo Starr.

"If in my old man days I can look back and say, 'You know the last Grammy I ever got was given to me by a Beatle,' that'll be something really prideful to hang a hat on," Vince tells The Boot.

Check out several other artists' memories below and tune into the 54th Grammy Awards, this Sunday Feb. 12 at 8:00 PM ET on CBS.

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