Carrie is already a seven-time Grammy winner, and is up for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “If I Didn’t Love You” with Jason Aldean, as well as Best Roots Gospel Album for her 2021 record My Savior, at this years show.
Chris is up for three Grammys this year, including Best Country Solo Performance for “You Should Probably Leave,” Best Country Song for “Cold,” and Best Country Album for Starting Over.
Sturgill Simpson picked up two nominations for his new album Dood and Juanita AND Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1 (Butcher Shoppe Sessions), and Tyler Childers and Billy Strings both secured noms, as well, in addition to The Marfa Tapes trio for Best Country Album.
The 64th Grammy awards were originally set to air on March 14th at 8PM ET on CBS, but the show was pushed back to next Sunday, April 3rd, due to COVID.
Carrie will likely perform her most recent single, “Ghost Story”: