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Alison Krauss

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20 Feb, 1991

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Krauss wins the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Recording for I’ve Got That Feeling.

1 Mar, 1995

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Krauss and Cox Family wins the Grammy for Best Southern Gospel, Country Gospel Or Bluegrass Gospel Album for I Know Who Holds Tomorrow.

28 Feb, 1996

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Krauss wins the Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for Baby, Now That I’ve Found You.

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Krauss and Shenandoah wins the Grammy for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals for Somewhere In The Vicinity Of The Heart.

25 Feb, 1998

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Krauss and Union Station wins the Grammy for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for Looking In The Eyes Of Love, Best Country Instrumental Performance for Little Liza Jane, and Best Bluegrass Album for So Long So Wrong.

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Krauss and Union Station wins the Grammy for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal and Best Country Song for The Lucky One, and Best Bluegrass Album for New Favorite.

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Krauss and Union Station wins the Grammy for Best Country Instrumental Performance for Cluck Old Hen, and Best Bluegrass Album for Live.

29 Mar, 2004

Whiskey Lullaby

Single Release

The artist releases his single, Whiskey Lullaby, which features vocals from Krauss, from his album, Mud On The Tires. Paisley:

It’s an angelic, ghostly bluegrass ballad, really a tragedy, and I think when I get to heaven, if the angels don’t sound like Alison Krauss, we have been cheated.

8 Feb, 2006

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Krauss and Union Station wins the Grammy for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for Restless, Best Country Instrumental Performance for Unionhouse Branch, and Best Country Album for Lonely Runs Both Ways. 

8 Feb, 2009

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Krauss and Plant win Grammys for Record Of The Year for Please Read The Letter, Album Of The Year and Best Contemporary/Folk Americana Album for Raising Sand, Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals for Rich Woman and Best Country Collaboration With Vocals for Killing The Blues.

40 years after landing in this town, it is all different. It is fantastic.

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