Randy Travis won his first Grammy in 21 years on Sunday, for his collaboration with Carrie Underwood on his 1988 self-penned hit, 'I Told You So.'

Unfortunately, the legendary singer was unable to attend the ceremony due to a snow storm that hit his hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico. But he took to his website to express his gratitude to Carrie for the win.

"This is the first time that I was not able to be on hand to accept a Grammy," says the singer. "If it wasn't for the weather I would have thanked all the people who voted for us. a BIG thank you to Carrie for asking me to be part of this recording. She is an amazing talent and I am honored to win this with her."

This is Randy's third Grammy win. His other two Grammy awards were both for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, in 1988 for 'Always & Forever,' and in 1989 for 'Old 8x10.'

Click here for a live performance of the Grammy-winning duet Randy and Carrie's Grammy-winning duet, 'I Told You So.'