Chris Stapleton, And More Take Home Country Grammy Awards
February 16, 2016 at 6:48 AM (PT)
Country music won a total of five GRAMMY awards at last night's (2/15) 58th Annual GRAMMY AWARDS. MERCURY NASHVILLE artist CHRIS STAPLETON took home two GRAMMYs, for Best Country Album with "Traveller" and for Best Country Solo Performance with "Traveller."
CAPITOL NASHVILLE group LITTLE BIG TOWN won the GRAMMY for Best Country Duo/Group Performance with their #1 hit single "Girl Crush." Songwriters LORI MCKENNA, HILLARY LINDSEY and LIZ ROSE took home the GRAMMY for Best Country Song with "Girl Crush."
Additionally, the GRAMMY for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media went to "GLEN CAMPBELL: I'll Be Me," which was accepted by BIG MACHINE LABEL GROUP President/CEO SCOTT BORCHETTA. ALL ACCESS has a full recap of the 58th Annual GRAMMY AWARDS as well as a full list of winners in NET NEWS here.