Stapleton wins Grammy honors
Stapleton took the honor for Best Country Album for "Starting Over." Stapleton said the day was the fourth birthday of his twin children. "I think about sacrifices because I missed some of their birthdays today...I know that it hurts sometimes. Hopefully we'll all do it because we're trying to make the world a better place."
Stapleton also received the Grammy for Best Country Song for "Cold" as a songwriter. He shared the award with fellow songwriters Dave Cobb, J.T. Cure and Derek Mixon.
Stapleton was awarded the Best Country Solo Performance Grammy for "You Should Probably Leave"
Brothers Osborne won Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Younger Me" from their album "Skeletons."
Best Roots Gospel Album went to Carrie Underwood for "My Savior."
Jon Batiste won the Grammy for Best American Roots Performance with "Cry." Batiste and fellow songwriter Steve McEwan won Best American Roots Song for "Cry" as well.
"Native Sons" from Los Lobos took the Best Americana album honor.
"My Bluegrass Heart" from Bela Fleck won Best Bluegrass Album.
Rhiannon Giddens With Francesco Turrisi's "They're Calling Me Home" receive the Best Folk Album Grammy.
More news for Chris Stapleton
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- 01/25/23: Stapleton sings National Anthem at Super Bowl
- 10/24/22: Strait returns to stadiums in '23
- 10/12/22: Kentucky Rising benefit raises $2.5M to aid flood victims
- 09/12/22: Stapleton, Yoakam, Childers join Kentucky Rising concert benefit
- 04/25/22: Stapleton homecoming show raises more than $1M for charity
- 04/21/22: Stapleton, Carlile top Pilgrimage Fest
- 02/18/22: Stapleton extends All-American Road Show
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