Carlile scores seven Grammy nominations
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Carlile scores seven Grammy nominations

Tuesday, November 15, 2022 – Brandi Carlile received the most Grammy nominations on Wednesday - seven - among Americana and country artists.

Willie Nelson and Miranda Lambert received four nominations, while Maren Morris, Robert Plant and Aoife O'Donovan each received three.

Carlile was nominated for Album of the Year ("In These Silent Days"), Record of the Year ("You And Me On The Rock" featuring Lucius), Best Americana Album ("In These Silent Days"), Best Americana Performance ("You And Me On The Rock" featuring Lucius), Best American Roots Song ("You And Me On The Rock" featuring Lucius), Best Rock Performance ("Broken Horses") and Best Rock Song ("Broken Horses"). Already a six-time Grammy Award-winner, this year's accolades brings her total number of Grammy nominations to 24.

Other nominations were:

Best Country Solo Performance: (For new vocal or instrumental solo country recordings)
"Heartfirst," Kelsea Ballerini
"Something in the Orange," Zach Bryan
"In His Arms," Miranda Lambert
"Circles Around This Town," Maren Morris
"Live Forever," Willie Nelson

Best Country Song (A Songwriter(s) Award. A song is eligible if it was first released or if it first achieved prominence during the Eligibility Year. Singles or Tracks only.
"Circles Around This Town," Ryan Hurd, Julia Michaels, Maren Morris and Jimmy Robbins, songwriters (Maren Morris)
"Doin' This," Luke Combs, Drew Parker and Robert Williford, songwriters (Luke Combs)
"I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version) (From the Vault) Lori McKenna and Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)
"If I Was a Cowboy," Jesse Frasure and Miranda Lambert, songwriters (Miranda Lambert)
"I'll Love You Till the Day I Die," Rodney Crowell and Chris Stapleton, songwriters (Willie Nelson)
"'Til You Can't," Matt Rogers and Ben Stennis, songwriters (Cody Johnson)

Best Country Album (For albums containing greater than 50 percent playing time of new country recordings)
Growin' Up, Luke Combs
Palomino, Miranda Lambert
Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville, Ashley McBryde
Humble Quest, Maren Morris
A Beautiful Time, Willie Nelson

Best Americana Album (For albums containing greater than 50 percent playing time of new vocal or instrumental Americana recordings.)
In These Silent Days, Brandi Carlile
Things Happen That Way, Dr. John
Good to Be..., Keb' Mo'
Raise the Roof, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
Just Like That..., Bonnie Raitt

Best American Roots Performance (For new vocal or instrumental American Roots recordings. This is for performances in the style of any of the subgenres encompassed in the American Roots Music field including bluegrass, blues, folk or regional roots. Award to the artist(s).)
"Someday It'll All Make Sense (Bluegrass Version)," Bill Anderson featuring Dolly Parton
"Life According to Raechel," Madison Cunningham
"Oh Betty," Fantastic Negrito
"Stompin' Ground," Aaron Neville With The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
"Prodigal Daughter," Aoife O'Donovan and Allison Russell

Best Americana Performance (For new vocal or instrumental Americana performance. Award to the artist(s).)
"Silver Moon [A Tribute to Michael Nesmith]," Eric Alexandrakis
"There You Go Again," Asleep at the Wheel featuring Lyle Lovett
"The Message," Blind Boys of Alabama featuring Black Violin
"You And Me on the Rock," Brandi Carlile featuring Lucius
"Made Up Mind," Bonnie Raitt

Best American Roots Song (A Songwriter(s) Award. Includes Americana, bluegrass, traditional blues, contemporary blues, folk or regional roots songs. A song is eligible if it was first released or if it first achieved prominence during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.)
"Bright Star," Anais Mitchell, songwriter (Anais Mitchell)
"Forever," Sheryl Crow and Jeff Trott, songwriters (Sheryl Crow)
"High and Lonesome," T Bone Burnett and Robert Plant, songwriters (Robert Plant and Alison Krauss)
"Just Like That," Bonnie Raitt, songwriter (Bonnie Raitt)
"Prodigal Daughter," Tim O'Brien and Aoife O'Donovan, songwriters (Aoife O'Donovan and Allison Russell)
"You and Me on the Rock," Brandi Carlile, Phil Hanseroth and Tim Hanseroth, songwriters (Brandi Carlile featuring Lucius)

Best Bluegrass Album (For albums containing greater than 50 percent playing time of new vocal or instrumental bluegrass recordings.)
Toward the Fray, The Infamous Stringdusters
Almost Proud, The Del McCoury Band
Calling You From My Mountain, Peter Rowan
Crooked Tree, Molly Tuttle and Golden Highway
Get Yourself Outside, Yonder Mountain String Band

Best Folk Album (For albums containing greater than 50 percent playing time of new vocal or instrumental folk recordings)
Spellbound, Judy Collins
Revealer, Madison Cunningham
The Light at the End of the Line, Janis Ian
Age of Apathy, Aoife O'Donovan
Hell on Church Street, Punch Brothers

Molly Tuttle was nominated for Best New Artist.

Nelson's "The Willie Nelson Family" was nominated for Best Roots Gospel Album.

Best Album Notes nominees included Life's Work: A Retrospective, Ted Olson, album notes writer (Doc Watson). The disc also was nominated for Best Historical Album with Scott Billington, Ted Olson and Mason Williams, compilation producers; Paul Blakemore, mastering engineer.

Laura Veltz was nominated for Songwriter of the Year. She wrote "Background Music" and "Humble Quest" (Maren Morris) and "Pain" (Ingrid Andress).

Dan Auerbach of Black Keys, who produced "Rich White Honky Blues" from Hank Williams Jr. and "Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute To John Anderson" was nominated for Best Producer.


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CD review - In These Silent Days Brandi Carlile many times plays the wise (elder?) sage on "In These Silent Days," an album filled with folkish music and much good advice. She sings amazingly well throughout; she could do that without even trying. There are plenty of memorable songs, too, which makes it amount to a fully satisfying album. The best track is also its shortest. Titled "Stay Gentle," it's one written a little like a sequel to Lori McKenna's "Humble and Kind. ...


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