COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER WINS BIG AT GRAMMYS

Her last Grammy was in 1972-but last night, Loretta Lynn and producer/duet partner Jack White of The White Stripes took home the trophy for Best Country Album for Van Lear Rose. Loretta's and Jack's duet, "Portland, Oregon" won Best Country Collaboration With Vocals. Other country winners included Best Male Country Vocal Performance winner Tim McGraw, whose "Live Like You Were Dying" also won Best Country Song; Gretchen Wilson for Best Female Country Performance, "Redneck Woman;" and the Dixie Chicks for Best Country Vocal Performance/Duo or Group, "Top Of The World." For a complete list of winners, go to grammy.com.

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