Carrie, Dierks and Hunter Celebrate Grammy Nods

(From left) Nashville Chapter president Jon Randall Stewart, Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, chair of the Board of Trustees of the Recording Academy George Flannigen
(From left) Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Recording Academy George Flannigen, Sony Nashville chief Gary Overton, Carrie Underwood and Nashville Chapter president Jon Randall Stewart
Photos courtesy The Recording Academy/Ed Rode

Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley and Hunter Hayes were among the artists who strolled the red carpet at last night's (Jan. 22) annual Nashville Grammy Nominee Party at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel. Artists from multiple genres were on hand to celebrate the city's presence at the prestigious awards show, including representatives from the Christian, bluegrass, Americana and jazz formats. 

Carrie, Dierks and Hunter all have nominations for Best Country Solo Performance, along with Ronnie Dunn, Eric Church and Blake Shelton, but Carrie's "Blown Away" also has a nod for Best Country Song, and Hunter's self-titled debut album is recognized in the Best Country Album category. Additionally, Hunter is nominated in the all-genre Best New Artist category.

The 55th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

 

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