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2013 Grammy Awards Winners
2013 Grammy Awards Winners
Steve Granitz, WireImage Nashville glimmered in Los Angeles Sunday night (Feb. 10), as country music and Music City rockers were a huge part of the 55th annual Grammy Awards. Zac Brown Band, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Taylor Swift and Hunter Hayes scored coveted performance slots on the live broadcast, as did fellow Nashvillians Jack White, Kelly Clarkson and the Black Keys
Taylor Swift, Civil Wars Grammys 2013: ‘Safe and Sound’ Wins Best Song Written for Visual Media
Taylor Swift, Civil Wars Grammys 2013: ‘Safe and Sound’ Wins Best Song Written for Visual Media
Are the Civil Wars never, ever getting back together? Maybe their latest Grammy win will make John Paul White and Joy Williams see the light! The recently separated duo received their third career Grammy win on Sunday, taking home the trophy for Best Song Written for Visual Media for their "Safe and Sound" collaboration with Taylor Swift, written for "The Hunger Games...
Dierks Bentley: Grammy Awards Feel Like ‘Home’
Dierks Bentley: Grammy Awards Feel Like ‘Home’
Dierks Bentley is soaking up the sun in Southern California this weekend as he prepares for his Grammy Awards performance with Miranda Lambert. Aside from the excitement of that and his nomination for Best Country Solo Performance with "Home," the singer-songwriter enjoys the experience of being at the show, and the camaraderie with his fellow Nashvillians while in Los Angeles... Read Mo
Grammys 2013: Country Performances in Short Supply?
Grammys 2013: Country Performances in Short Supply?
Country music has been an integral part of the Grammy Awards since the first trophies were presented in 1959, although the first country Grammy was actually awarded to folk group the Kingston Trio for the murder ballad "Tom Dooley." Country music has also been a presence since the first Grammy live telecast in 1971, although arguably a limited one until recent years...

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