Artists and record label execs turned out for the star-studded 60th Annual Grammy Awards in New York City to celebrate performances and award wins, both during the annual awards show, and at the label afterparties.
This year, Mercury Records Nashville’s Chris Stapleton took home three honors, including Best Country Album, Best Country Song, and Best Country Solo Performance, while fellow Capitol Records Nashville quartet Little Big Town took home Best Country Duo/Group Performance.
Reba McEntire won for Best Roots Gospel Album for Sing It Now: Songs Of Faith & Hope (Nash Icon/Capitol Christian Music Group).
During the Grammy telecast, Stapleton also teamed with Emmylou Harris for a tribute to Tom Petty on “Wildflowers.”
Meanwhile, Columbia Nashville artist Maren Morris collaborated with EMI Records Nashville artists Eric Church and Brothers Osborne on a cover of Eric Clapton’s “Tears In Heaven.”
Sony Music Nashville Celebrates At 60th Annual Grammy Awards
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