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Grammy Awards 2021: The Highwomen Win Best Country Song For ‘Crowded Table’

by Jacklyn Krol
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The Highwomen creators won the 2021 Grammy for Best Country Song for “Crowded Table.”

A Big Win For The Highwomen

The songwriters behind “Crowded Table” took home this 2021 Grammy award. Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, and Lori McKenna co-wrote the song together. Carlile accepted the award via Zoom call and was visibly in shock.

“I am in complete shock,” she smiled. “I am so thrilled! First and foremost, Lori McKenna and Natalie Hemby, my girls. Thank you so much for inviting me on your beautiful song. And to The Highwomen: Amanda Shires, Maren Morris, Sheryl Crow, Yola, and of course, Dave Cobb.”

“We just wanted to see women in country music embraced, platformed and singing. We’re seeing that more and more. What a complete and astounding honor,” she concluded.

Additionally, Carlile will be performing a tribute to John Prine at this year’s Grammy show. She was also nominated for Best Song For Visual Media for “Carried Me With You” from Onward.

Other Grammy Nominees

“The Bones” is up for Best Country Song. Maren Morris, Jimmy Robbins, and Laura Veltz co-wrote the song. Morris has eleven nominations and won one Grammy Award. One of her first nominations and first-ever win was back in 2016 for Best Country Solo Performance for “My Church.”

“Bluebird” was written by Luke Dick, Hemby, and Miranda Lambert. This year Lambert had three nominations. “Bluebird” was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song. Additionally, Wildcard was also nominated for Best Country Album.

Ingrid Andress, Sam Ellis, and Derrick Southerland co-wrote “More Hearts Than Mine” together. Andress is also up for the Best New Artist Grammy. Additionally, her record Lady Like is up for Best Country Album.

Finally, Jesse Frasure, Shane McAnally, Matthew Ramsey, and Thomas Rhett for “Some People Do” performed by Old Dominion.