COUNTRY AT THE GRAMMYS

The Grammys were a big night for country's current crop of hot stars as well as the veterans.

Faith Hill was the big winner of Wednesday night's award ceremony, taking home three awards, including Best Female Country Vocal Performance, Best Country Vocal Collaboration (with Tim) and Best Country Album. Faith said the honor that meant the most to her was the one she shared with Tim, since it was the first time either of them had taken home the prestigious award.

Shelby Lynne performed a rousing duet with rocker Sheryl Crow and, despite the fact she's been making music for more than a decade, won the award for best new artist.

Other winners included Asleep At The Wheel, and Dolly Parton for her bluegrass album.

Here's a complete list of the country artists who took home Grammy Awards:

Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Breathe
Faith Hill
Track From: Breathe

Best Male Country Vocal Performance
Solitary Man
Johnny Cash
Track From: American III - Solitary Man

Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Cherokee Maiden
Asleep At The Wheel
Track From: Ride With Bob

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
Let's Make Love
Faith Hill & Tim McGraw
Track From: Breathe

Best Country Instrumental Performance
Leaving Cottondale
Alison Brown With Béla Fleck
Track From: Fair Weather

Best Country Song
I Hope You Dance
Mark D. Sanders & Tia Sillers, songwriters (Lee Ann Womack)
Track From: I Hope You Dance

Best Country Album
Breathe
Faith Hill

Best Bluegrass Album
The Grass Is Blue
Dolly Parton

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