Nashville’s big night at the 2024 Grammy Awards

Nashville was well represented at this year’s Grammy Awards, where numerous local artists performed, presented, and won awards.

Singer-songwriter and musician Brandy Clark posed and sitting in a chair.

Brandy Clark’s Grammy Award-winning “Dear Insecurity” also featured Brandi Carlile. | Photo by Victoria Stevens via Warner Records

Music City sure did shine at the 66th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, with local artists racking up wins and delivering performances on music’s biggest night.

From Larkin Poe’s first Grammy win to Luke Combs + Tracy Chapman taking the stage for “Fast Car” to Taylor Swift securing Album of the Year, Nashville’s mark was unmistakable. We’ve compiled a few winners with ties to Music City below:

  • Allison Russell, “Eve Was Black” | Best American Roots Performance
  • Brandy Clark, “Dear Insecurity” | Best Americana Performance
  • boygenius (hey, Julien Baker), “The Record” | Best Alternative Music Album
  • boygenius, “Not Strong Enough” | Best Rock Song
  • Chris Stapleton, “White Horse” | Best Country Solo Performance
  • Chris Stapleton and Dan Wilson, “White Horse” | Best Country Song
  • Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, “Weathervanes” | Best Americana Album
  • Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, “Cast Iron Skillet” | Best American Roots Song
  • Lainey Wilson, “Bell Bottom Country” | Best Country Album
  • Larkin Poe, “Blood Harmony” | Best Contemporary Blues Album
  • Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway “City of Gold” | Best Bluegrass Album
  • Paramore, “This Is Why” | Best Rock Album
  • Paramore, “This Is Why” | Best Alternative Music Performance
  • Zach Bryan Featuring Kacey Musgraves, “I Remember Everything” | Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Catch up on other Nashville wins and test your local Grammy knowledge in this quiz.

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