COUNTRY MUSIC'S 45th ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARD WINNERS

Best Female Country Vocal Performance
(For a solo vocal performance. Singles or Tracks only.)

Cry
Faith Hill
[Warner Brothers Records]

Best Male Country Vocal Performance
(For a solo vocal performance. Singles or Tracks only.)

Give My Love To Rose
Johnny Cash
Track from: American IV: The Man Comes Around
[American Recordings/Lost Highway Records]

Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
(For established duos or groups with vocals. Singles or Tracks only.)

Long Time Gone
Dixie Chicks
Track from: Home
[Open Wide/Monument/Columbia Records]

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
(For a collaborative performance, with vocals, by artists who do not normally perform together. Singles or Tracks only.)

Mendocino County Line
Willie Nelson With Lee Ann Womack
Track from: The Great Divide (Willie Nelson)
[Lost Highway Records]

Best Country Instrumental Performance
(For solo, duo, group or collaborative performances, without vocals. Singles or Tracks only.)

Lil' Jack Slade
Dixie Chicks
Track from: Home
[Open Wide/Monument/Columbia Records]

Best Country Song
(A Songwriter(s) Award. For Song Eligibility Guidelines see Category #3. (Artist names appear in parenthesis.) Singles or Tracks only.)

Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)
Alan Jackson, songwriter (Alan Jackson)
Track from: Drive
[Arista Nashville; Publishers: EMI April Music, Tri-Angels Music]

Best Country Album
(Vocal or Instrumental.)

Home
Dixie Chicks
[Open Wide/Monument/Columbia Records]

Best Bluegrass Album
(Vocal or Instrumental.)

Lost In The Lonesome Pines
Jim Lauderdale, Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys
[Dualtone]

Best Contemporary Folk Album
(Vocal or Instrumental.)

This Side
Nickel Creek
[Sugar Hill Records, Inc.]

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