The Best Country Solo Performance category at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards is all but overflowing with talented cuts from the past year.
Displaying a masterful mix of the voices that served as the soundtrack to 2023, the nominees include Luke Combs' cover of 'Fast Car', Tyler Childers' 'In Your Love', Dolly Parton's 'The Last Thing On My Mind', Chris Stapleton's 'White Horse' and Brandy Clark's 'Buried'.
For Childers and Stapleton, the Best Country Solo Performance isn't the only category that their respective songs have been nominated for at the 2024 Grammy Awards.
Childers' moving 'In Your Love' received nods in the Best Country Song category, as well as the all-genre category of Best Music Video. Meanwhile, Stapleton's 'White Horse' also secured a spot in the Best Country Song category.
At last year's ceremony, this same category featured a stunning colelction of nominees in the form of Kelsea Ballerini's 'Heartfirst', Zach Bryan's 'Something In The Orange', Miranda Lambert's 'In His Arms', Maren Morris' 'Circles Around This Town' and Willie Nelson's 'Live Forever', which ultimately walked away victorious.
Country's superb talent was well displayed throughout the 2024 Grammy nominations, with Childers tacking on six total nominations, Bryan securing three and Clark nabbing an impressive five.
The 66th Annual Grammy Awards will return to Los Angeles' Crypto.com Arena on Feb. 4, 2024. The star-studded ceremony, celebrating the best in music, will air on CBS at 7pm CT. It will also be livestreamed on Paramount+.
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