2014 Grammy Winners

56th Grammy AwardsThis year’s Grammy winners will be posted here as they are announced.

Here are the awards, in the order of presentation:

Pre-Telecast Winners:

American Roots Song: Edie Brickell & Steve Martin, “Love Has Come For You”

Americana Album: Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Old Yellow Moon

Bluegrass Album: The Del McCoury Band, The Streets of Baltimore

Folk Album: Guy Clark, My Favorite Picture of You

Country Solo Performance: Darius Rucker, “Wagon Wheel”

Country Duo/Group Performance: The Civil Wars, “From This Valley”

Country Song: Shane McAnally, Kacey Musgraves, and Josh Osborne, “Merry Go ‘Round”

Telecast Winners:

Best Country Album: Kacey Musgraves, Same Trailer Different Park

Best New Artist: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Song of the Year: Joel Little and Ella Yelich O’Connor, “Royals”

Album of the Year: Daft Punk, Random Access Memories

Record of the Year: Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, “Get Lucky”

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16 Responses to 2014 Grammy Winners

  1. ThomasNo Gravatar

    So glad Merry Go ‘Round won. Musgraves is awesome, and she needs (even) more attention.

  2. GloriaNo Gravatar

    She looked so lovely tonight! I’m glad she won too!

  3. GloriaNo Gravatar

    Keith Urban’s performance was really good! He and Gary Clark, Jr. wailed on those guitars. I enjoyed it!

  4. ThomasNo Gravatar

    She got robbed on Best New Artist, though. Macklemore is awful, and I’m saying this as someone who listens to a pretty good amount of rap.

  5. ThomasNo Gravatar

    Hell, Kendrick would have been a better choice. At least he can rap.

  6. ThomasNo Gravatar

    Damn, Kacey’s cleaning up tonight!

  7. Erik NorthNo Gravatar

    I think it was a good thing that Kacey won her Grammys because she is what country music has needed for a long while–i.e., something more than the frat-party “bro country” tripe that has drowned the genre. And seeing Emmylou win again (maybe a predictable thing, but then she is always about high quality) by reuniting with Rodney Crowell is good for the soul (IMHO).

  8. TomNo Gravatar

    …daft punk’s a winner – daft country’s not. sorry, bros.

    why was kacey musgraves wearing a curtain?

  9. GloriaNo Gravatar

    She didn’t have anything to wear and she saw it in the window and just had to have it!!

  10. BuddynoelNo Gravatar

    Interesting that no one even noted Darius Rucker’s win, other than to just add him to the list. Did he have to pick up his award from the kitchen out back?

  11. Wow! That’s a pretty untasteful joke, Buddynoel.

  12. JasonNo Gravatar

    Darius’ win is interesting to me only because I saw a lot of complaints about white artists Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Lewis winning in the R&B and Rap categories, yet those same people conveniently left out that the black Darius Rucker won in Country.

  13. ThomasNo Gravatar

    That’s because Wagon Wheel beating out that field is far less of a travesty than Macklemore and Lewis beating out Kendrick for any award, much less in all 4 of the ones they were both nominated for.

  14. BuddynoelNo Gravatar

    Who was joking? I’m beginning to believe that there is a resentment for Darius out there that he somehow doesn’t deserve this award. The award wasn’t about Bob Dylan, but for his performance. I don’t understand why people aren’t giving him more credit.

  15. JasonNo Gravatar

    Thomas – M&L actually got good reviews for their album, and they obviously had a lot of commercial success. I don’t see how it’s obvious that Kendrick should have won. And, really, Kanye’s album was just as loved by critics, if not more so; he topped many year-end lists this year.

  16. JasonNo Gravatar

    How perfect/interesting would it be if Carrie came back with a cover of the Dixie Chicks’ “Long Time Gone” as her next single? Ha.