Warner Music Nashville/Atlantic artist Ingrid Andress has earned her first Grammy nominations today (Nov. 24), including a nomination in the all-genre category of Best New Artist. Her debut album, Lady Like, also earned a nod for Best Country Album, while her No. 1 breakthrough hit, “More Hearts Than Mine,” earned a nod for Best Country Song.
Earlier this year, Ingrid won MusicRow Magazine’s MusicRow Awards for Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Breakthrough Artist-Writer of the Year, while her (now Grammy-nominated) No. 1 hit “More Hearts Than Mine” was named Song of the Year.
The last time a country artist earned the Best New Artist win was in 2009, when Zac Brown Band took home the honor. Among the previous Best New Artist country winners are Carrie Underwood (2006), Shelby Lynne (who won in 2000, and had already released six albums and charted several country songs in the late 1980s and early ’90s by that point), LeAnn Rimes (1996), and Bobbie Gentry (1967)—Gentry was also the first solo female artist to ever win the honor.
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