by Roger WWW Garrett and Jessy,posted Jan 27 2014 6:54AM
The GRAMMY Envelope please…
Best Country Song: "Merry Go 'Round", Kacey Musgraves
Best Country Album: "Same Trailer Different Park", Kacey Musgraves
Best Country Solo Performance: "Wagon Wheel", Darius Rucker
Best Country Performance By a Duo or Group: "From This Valley", The Civil Wars
Best Americana Album: "Old Yellow Moon", Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell
AND Now For your GRAMMY Detailed UPDATE:
Still in her short performance outfit, Kacey Musgraves did her best to avoid a wardrobe malfunction on her way to the podium to accept Best Country Album for Same Trailer, Different Park -- covering her bum as she made her way onstage.
Keith Urban sang along to the all-star collaboration between Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and BLAKE SHELTON
Keith Urban shared the Grammy stage with bluesman Gary Clark, Junior, who won Best Tradition R&B Performance for "Please Come Home."
Taylor Swift: Backed by a full choir, Taylor delivered a soulful rendition of her power ballad “All Too Well” from her Grammy-nominated album Red. Her lucky number-13 could be seen on her grand piano.
Cassadee Pope made a cameo in the Pepsi Grammy halftime show commercial, which featured Terry Bradshaw and team of NFL players.
HERE IS THE COMMERCIAL:
AND NOW FOR THE NON-GRAMMY-RELATED COWBOY NEWS
TRACE ADKINS is giving free tickets and backstage passes to passengers who complained that they didn't get to see him on the "Country Cruising" tour. He's still in rehab so guests will be informed by email when the time is right.
SCOTTY MCCREERY is indirectly responsible for saving a woman's life! A woman named Judith Garloch had a massive heart attack and would have DIED, if her husband hadn't become a fan of Scotty's and decided to watch "American Idol" with her just to see him perform. He normally watches TV in another room when idol is on, but because of his interest in Scotty, he was sitting next to his wife when she had a massive heart attack
SHERYL CROW had to reduce the price of her 51-acre, Nashville-area farm. She was asking $7.5 million in 2010 . . . but it's down to $3.85 million. What do you get for that? A 10,000 square foot house, 14-stall horse barn, recording studio, saltwater pool, six garage bays and a real SALOON.
THE OAK RIDGE BOYS will release their first-ever live album. It's called "Boys Night Out" and it'll be out April 15th. You can check out the track listing and get more details at OakRidgeBoys.com.
AND, in case your putting together a Party-PlayLIST:
The Top 10 Party Songs in Country Music
The Boot.com released their "Top 10 Party Songs in Country Music". ALAN JACKSON'S"Good Time" came in at #1, HANK JR.'S"All My Rowdy Friends" was second, and BLAKE SHELTON'S"All About Tonight" was third.
1. "Good Time", Alan Jackson
2. "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight", Hank Williams Jr.
3. "All About Tonight", Blake Shelton
4. "Here for the Party", Gretchen Wilson
5. "Am I the Only One", Dierks Bentley
6. "Party for Two", Shania Twain
7. "Down on the Farm", Tim McGraw
8. "American Saturday Night", Brad Paisley
9. "Party Crowd", David Lee Murphy
10. "My Kinda Party", Jason Aldean