Rosanne Cash won her first Grammy in decades when she received the trophy for Best American Roots Performance at the 2015 Grammy Awards. The songstress won for 'A Feather's Not a Bird,' a song from her acclaimed album ‘The River & the Thread.’
The Best Americana Album category at the 2015 Grammy Awards has a slew of fantastic records in the mix. In 2014, Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell took home the hardware with 'Old Yellow Moon.' This year, fan-favorite artists like Rosanne Cash, Nickel Creek and more are vying for…
Best American Roots Song is a newer award at the Grammys, first presented at the 2014 ceremony to Edie Brickell and Steve Martin. This year, five top-notch songs are up for the gleaming trophy, including Martin, who's vying for his second Grammy in two years.
The Grammys always feature top-notch artists, and the competition for Best American Roots Performance at the 2015 Grammy Awards is heated. This award is a new category, having been approved by the Board of Trustees of the Grammy Awards in June 2014, and is for singles or tracks only.