Friday, December 2, 2011

...and the (Texas) Grammy nominees are...

Posted By on Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 11:41 AM



The following is a list of artists born or based in Texas (or who spent a considerable amount of time of their career in our state) who have been nominated to the 54th Grammy Awards, to be held in Los Angeles on February 12, 2012.

Pepe Aguilar (San Antonio)

Best Regional Mexican Or Tejano Album for Bicentenario

Marcia Ball (Austin)

Best Blues Album for Roadside Attractions

Beyoncé (Houston)

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for Party (with  André 3000)

Best Long Form Music Video for I Am...World Tour

Kim Burrell (Houston)

Best Gospel Album for The Love Album

Kelly Clarkson (Burleson)

Best Country Duo/Group Performance for Don't You Wanna Stay (with Jason Aldean)

Sarah Dodds & Shauna Dodds (Austin)

Best Recording Package for Good Luck & True Love by Reckless Kelly


Steve Earle (San Antonio)

Best Folk Album for I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive

El Güero Y Su Banda Centenario (San Antonio)

Best Banda Or Norteño Album for Estare Mejor


Kirk Franklin (Dallas)

Best Gospel Song for Hello Fear

Best Gospel Album for Hello Fear

Intocable (Zapata)

Best Banda Or Norteño Album for Intocable 2011

Leeland (Baytown)

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for The Great Awakening


Mariachi Los Arrieros Del Valle (McAllen)

Best Regional Mexican Or Tejano Album for Amor A La Musica


Kelly Rowland (Houston)

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for Motivation with  Lil Wayne

Michael Salgado (San Antonio)

Best Banda Or Norteño Album for No Vengo A Ver Si Puedo... Si Por Que Puedo Vengo

George Strait (San Antonio)

Best Country Album for Here For A Good Time


Chris Tomlin (Grand Saline)

Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance for I Lift My Hands

Best Contemporary Christian Music Song for I Lift My Hands (with Louie Giglio & Matt Maher)

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for And If Our God Is For Us...

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