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Music’s biggest awards show is happening tonight at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Grammy Awards red carpet was on fire as some of country music’s biggest stars made their way into the elite event.
See some of our favorite artists and their red carpet looks in the photos below!
Alison Krauss looked stunning as she walked the red carpet. Krauss is the most awarded singer, the most awarded female artist, and is tied for the second most awarded artist overall in Grammy history with 27 wins. She was nominated this year for Best Country Solo Performance for “Losing You.” (Photo credit: Steve Granitz / Contributor / Getty Images)
John and TJ Osborne, aka Brothers Osborne, were nominated for the third straight year for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “It Ain’t My Fault.” (photo credit: Jamie McCarthy / Staff / Getty Images)
Country legend Emmylou Harris was on hand to perform alongside Chris Stapleton during the awards show broadcast. She was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. (Photo credit: Steve Granitz / Contributor / Getty Images)
Kelly Clarkson was on hand to present the Best New Artist Award to one lucky nominee. (Photo credit: Mike Coppola / Staff / Getty Images)
Little Big Town was up for two Grammy awards Sunday night, including Best Country Song (“Better Man”) and Best Country Album (The Breaker). (Photo credit: Steve Granitz / Contributor / Getty Images)
Mark Wystrach, Jess Carson and Cameron Duddy of new country group Midland received their first Grammy nominations this year for their song “Drinkin’ Problem” in the Best Country Song and Best Country Duo/Group Performance categories. (Photo credit: Lester Cohen / Contributor / Getty Images)
Chris Stapleton came into the 60th annual Grammy awards as the most nominated country singer of the year with three nominations: Best Country Solo Performance (“Either Way”), Best Country Song (“Broken Halos”), Best Country Album (From A Room: Volume 1).
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Thomas Rhett attended the Grammys with his wife, Lauren, where Rhett was nominated for Country Album of the Year for Life Changes. (Photo credit: Jamie McCarthy / Staff / Getty Images)
Reba McEntire took home the Grammy for Best Roots Gospel Album for her album Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope. (Photo credit: Steve Granitz / Contributor / Getty Images)
Dave Haywood and Charles Kelly of Lady Antebellum walked the red carpet without bandmate Hillary Scott who was cheering them on from home as she awaits the birth of her twins. Lady A was nominated for two awards during Sunday’s Grammys. (Photo credit: Steve Granitz / Contributor / Getty Images)
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