Wilson Scores Two Nods For Best Country Album and Country Duo/Group Performance for the 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Multi-award-winning singer songwriter and breakthrough actress, Lainey Wilson has earned her first ever nominations for the 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Wilson’s Bell Bottom Country landed a nomination for Best Country Album and her collaboration on Jelly Roll’s “Save Me” scored a nod for Country Duo/Group Performance. These two nominations follow on the heels of her five wins including Entertainer Of The Year and Album Of The Year at this year’s 57th Annual CMA Awards.
Wilson’s 2024 GRAMMY nominations include:
- Best Country Album – Bell Bottom Country
- Country Duo/Group Performance – “Save Me” (Jelly Roll with Lainey Wilson)
With a whirlwind year on her back, there’s no sign of Wilson slowing down as she closes out this year with electric performances at festivals like Lollapalooza, Stagecoach, CMA Fest, and more. Wilson also headlined her first ever sold-out arena show and began touring stadiums with Luke Combs on his recent North American tour. Looking to 2024, Wilson is gearing up for another “rulebreaker” year as she recently announced her 2024 headlining “Country’s Cool Again” tour, including stops throughout the US and Canada, before taking the show overseas with her, “Lainey Wilson: LIVE,” performances in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia.