List of awards and nominations received by Alison Krauss

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Alison Krauss awards and nominations
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Alison Krauss performing at the 2008 Bonnaroo Music Festival
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Grammy Awards
27 41
ACM Awards
2 9
CCM Awards
1 1
CMA Awards
8 27
CMT Music Awards
2 5
GMA Awards
2 2
IBMA Awards
14 14
Totals
Awards won 56
Nominations 99

Alison Krauss is an American bluegrass-country singer and fiddler.[1] She has released 16 studio albums—seven with the band Union Station and nine without them: Different Strokes (1985), Too Late to Cry (1987), Two Highways (1989), I've Got That Old Feeling (1991), Every Time You Say Goodbye (1992), I Know Who Holds Tomorrow (1994), So Long So Wrong (1997), Forget About It (1999), New Favorite (2001), Lonely Runs Both Ways (2004), and Raising Sand (2007). Krauss has released five compilation albums—Now That I've Found You: A Collection (1995), Live (2002), Home on the Highways: Band Picked Favorites (2005), A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection (2007), and Essential Alison Krauss (2009)—and made other notable recordings such as the single "Whiskey Lullaby" with Brad Paisley and her several songs on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack.

The albums Now That I've Found You and Live were certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America; Forget About It and Raising Sand were certified platinum; and So Long So Wrong, New Favorite, Lonely Runs Both Ways, and the single Whiskey Lullaby were certified gold.[2][3] Krauss has won 27[4] Grammy Awards, most by a female artist and the third most by any artist.[5] She has also won 14 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards,[6] eight Country Music Association Awards,[7][8] two Gospel Music Association Awards,[9] two CMT Music Awards,[10][11][12] two Academy of Country Music Awards,[13] and one Canadian Country Music Award.[14] Country Music Television ranked Krauss 12th on their "40 Greatest Women of Country Music" list in 2002.[15] The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences presented her with a special musical achievement honor in 2005.[16] Overall, Krauss has received 56 awards from 99 nominations.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Academy of Country Music Awards[edit]

The Academy of Country Music Awards have been presented annually by the Academy of Country Music since 1965. Krauss has received two awards from nine nominations.[13]

Year Recipient Award Result
1995 Alison Krauss Top New Female Vocalist Nominated
1998 "Same Old Train" Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2000 "Buy Me a Rose" (with Kenny Rogers) Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2003 "How's the World Treating You" Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2004 "Whiskey Lullaby" (with Brad Paisley) Video of the Year Won
"Whiskey Lullaby" Vocal Event of the Year Won
Alison Krauss & Union Station Top Vocal Group Nominated
"Whiskey Lullaby" Single Record of the Year Nominated
"Whiskey Lullaby" Song of the Year Nominated

Canadian Country Music Awards[edit]

The Canadian Country Music Awards have been presented annually by the Canadian Country Music Association since 1982. Krauss has received one award.[14]

Year Recipient Award Result
2001 "Get Me Through December" Vocal/Instrumental Collaboration of the Year Won

Country Music Association Awards[edit]

The Country Music Association Awards have been presented annually by the Country Music Association since 1967, and are usually presented at the Grand Ole Opry. Krauss has received 8 awards from 27 nominations.[7][8]

Year Recipient Award Result
1995 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Alison Krauss Horizon Award (Best new artist) Won
"Somewhere In the Vicinity of the Heart" Vocal Event of the Year Won
"When You Say Nothing At All" Single of the Year Won
1999 "Same Old Train" Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2001 O Brother, Where Art Thou? Album of the Year Won
"I'll Fly Away" (with Gillian Welch) Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
"Didn't Leave Nobody But the Baby" Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2002 New Favorite Album of the Year Nominated
Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"I'll Fly Away" (with Gillian Welch) Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2003 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2004 "Whiskey Lullaby" (with Brad Paisley) Musical Event of the Year Won
"Whiskey Lullaby" Music Video of the Year Won
"Whiskey Lullaby" Single of the Year Nominated
"How's The World Treating You" Musical Event of the Year Nominated
Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2005 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Whiskey Lullaby" (with Bill Anderson and Jon Randall) Song of the Year Won
Alison Krauss & Union Station Vocal Group of the Year Nominated
2006 Alison Krauss & Union Station Vocal Group of the Year Nominated
2007 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Missing You" Musical Event of the Year Nominated
"The Reason Why" Musical Event of the Year Nominated
Alison Krauss & Union Station Vocal Group of the Year Nominated
2008 "Gone, Gone, Gone (Done Moved On)" (with Robert Plant) Musical Event of the Year Won
Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated

CMT Music Awards[edit]

The CMT Music Awards are a fan-voted awards show for country music videos and television performances broadcast on and awarded by Country Music Television since 2002. Krauss has received two awards from four nominations.[10][11][12]

Year Recipient Award Result
2005 "Whiskey Lullaby" Collaborative Video of the Year Won
"Whiskey Lullaby" Video of the Year Nominated
2008 "Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)" (with Robert Plant) Wide Open County Video of the Year Won
2009 "Please Read the Letter" (with Robert Plant) Wide Open County Video of the Year Nominated
"Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)" CMT Performance of the Year Nominated

Gospel Music Association Dove Awards[edit]

The Gospel Music Association Dove Awards were created in 1969 by the Gospel Music Association to honor the outstanding achievements in Christian music. Krauss has received two awards.[9]

Year Recipient Award Result
1998 "Living Prayer" Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year Won
2006 "Children of the Living God" Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year Won

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. As of the 2012 Grammy Awards, Krauss has received 27 awards from forty-one nominations.[4][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25] Those 27 wins make her the most awarded singer, the most awarded female artist, and tied for the second most awarded artist overall in Grammy history.[26] At the time of her first award, at the 1991 Grammy Awards, she was the second youngest winner ever (currently tied as ninth youngest).[5]

Year Recipient Award Result
1990 Two Highways Best Bluegrass Recording Nominated
1991 I've Got That Old Feeling Best Bluegrass Recording Won
1993 Every Time You Say Goodbye Best Bluegrass Album Won
1995 "When You Say Nothing At All" Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Nominated
"Teach Your Children" Best Country Vocal Collaboration Nominated
I Know Who Holds Tomorrow Best Southern Gospel, Country Gospel or Bluegrass Gospel Album Won
1996 "Baby, Now That I've Found You" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Won
"Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart" Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won
1997 "Baby Mine" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
"High Lonesome Sound" Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won
1998 "Looking in the Eyes of Love" Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Won
"Little Liza Jane" Best Country Instrumental Performance Won
So Long So Wrong Best Bluegrass Album Won
1999 "Same Old Train" Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won
2000 "Forget About It" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
Forget About It Best Country Album Nominated
2002 O Brother, Where Art Thou? Album of the Year Won
New Favorite Best Bluegrass Album Won
"The Lucky One" Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Won
"Choctaw Hayride" Best Country Instrumental Performance Nominated
"Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby" Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2003 "Can the Circle Be Unbroken (By and By)" Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
This Side Best Contemporary Folk Album Won
2004 "How's The World Treating You" (with James Taylor) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won
"Cluck Old Hen" Best Country Instrumental Performance Won
Live Best Bluegrass Album Won
2005 "You Will Be My Ain True Love" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
"Coat of Many Colors" (with Shania Twain) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2006 "Restless" Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Won
"Unionhouse Branch" Best Country Instrumental Performance Won
Lonely Runs Both Ways Best Country Album Won
2008 "Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)" (with Robert Plant) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Won
"Simple Love" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
"These Days" (as featured artist) Album Of The Year Nominated
2009 Raising Sand (with Robert Plant and T-Bone Burnett) Album of the Year Won
Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album Won
"Please Read the Letter" (with Robert Plant) Record of the Year Won
"Rich Woman" (with Robert Plant) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Won
"Killing the Blues" (with Robert Plant) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won
2012 Paper Airplane Best Bluegrass Album Won
2013 "I Just Come Here For The Music" (with Don Williams) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated

International Bluegrass Music Association Awards[edit]

Founded in 1985, the International Bluegrass Music Association Awards are awarded annually by the International Bluegrass Music Association. Krauss has received 14 awards.[6]

Year Recipient Award Result
1990 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Won
1991 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Alison Krauss & Union Station Entertainer of the Year Won
I've Got That Old Feeling Album of the Year Won
1993 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Alison Krauss & Union Station Entertainer of the Year Won
1995 Alison Krauss Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Alison Krauss & Union Station Entertainer of the Year Won
1997 "High Lonesome Sound" Song of the Year Won
2001 O Brother, Where Art Thou? Album of the Year Won
"I'll Fly Away" Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year Won
2002 Down from the Mountain Album of the Year Won
2003 Live Album of the Year Won
2004 Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers Recorded Event of the Year Won

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