Here are this year’s winners.
Here’s who will win and should win at this year’s ceremony.
Tim McGraw returns with one of the best singles of his entire career.
The two years covered by this entry featured some stopgap singles, a Christmas set, and a third album anchored by a poignantly beautiful classic.
Trisha Yearwood was the genre’s most consistently excellent recording artist during the boom years of the nineties and the decade that followed.
1999 | Peak: #1
A lush and gorgeous ballad that is elevated by a Patty Loveless harmony vocal, this is arguably Tim McGraw’s finest moment on record.
Updated for 2009 While the Grammys have honored country music from the very first ceremony in 1959, they did not begin honoring by gender until 1965, when the country categories were expanded along with the
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