Mickey Guyton, Chris Stapleton, Jimmie Allen and more Nashville Grammy nominees | The Pick

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  • Chris Stapleton
    Chris Stapleton
    American country singer-songwriter, guitarist,and record producer
  • Allison Russell
    Canadian musician
  • George Strait
    George Strait
    American country music singer

The Recording Academy remembered Mickey Guyton’s name. Nearly a year after her standout performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards, Guyton joins powerhouse Chris Stapleton in leading a field of country music nominees for the 2022 show. Guyton, a leading Black woman in mainstream country music, earned three nods for work on her long-awaited debut album, “Remember Her Name.” And she's only one member in a historic nomination class for Nashville.

Speaking of classes: The Country Music Hall of Fame inducted its 2020 members — Marty Stuart, Dean Dillon, Hank Williams Jr. — last weekend in an all-star ceremony that featured Eric Church, George Strait, Brittney Spencer and more. Read on for highlights.

Spin this song: Allison Russell landed three Grammy nominations for her essential debut LP "Outside Child." If you haven't yet, there's no better time to give it a spin — and if you like what you hear, dig into a Tennessean profile on Russell that ran earlier this year.

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