Best Country Solo Performance: Grammy Winners & Nominees By Year

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Chris Stapleton wins his second Best Country Solo Performance Grammy in 2018.

 

Note: This award was created in 2012 when the Best Male Country Vocal Performance and Best Female Country Vocal Performance awards were merged.

Most career Best Country Solo Performance nominations:
Miranda Lambert 5
Carrie Underwood 5
Blake Shelton 4
Keith Urban 4

Most career Best Country Solo Performance wins:
Carrie Underwood 2
Chris Stapleton 2

Best Country Solo Performance Winners and Nominees

Winners in bold; other nominees listed beneath.

2021: (winner pending)
Stick That in Your Country Song, Eric Church
Who You Thought I Was, Brandy Clark
When My Amy Prays, Vince Gill
Bluebird, Miranda Lambert
Black Like Me, Mickey Guyton

2020: Ride Me Back Home, Willie Nelson
Girl Goin’ Nowhere, Ashley McBryde
All Your’N, Tyler Childers
God’s Country, Blake Shelton
Bring My Flowers Now, Tanya Tucker

2019: Butterflies, Kacey Musgraves
Wouldn’t It Be Great, Loretta Lynn
Mona Lisa and Mad Hatters, Maren Morris
Millionaire, Chris Stapleton
Parallel Line, Keith Urban

2018: Either Way, Chris Stapleton
Body Like a Back Road, Sam Hunt
Losing You, Alison Krauss
Tin Man, Miranda Lambert
I Could Use a Love Song, Maren Morris

2017: My Church, Maren Morris
Love Can Go to Hell, Brandy Clark
Vice, Miranda Lambert
Church Bells, Carrie Underwood
Blue Ain’t Your Color, Keith Urban

2016: Traveller, Chris Stapleton
Burning House, Cam
Little Toy Guns, Carrie Underwood
John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16, Keith Urban
Chances Are, Lee Ann Womack

2015: Something in the Water, Carrie Underwood
Give Me Back My Hometown, Eric Church
Invisible, Hunter Hayes
Automatic, Miranda Lambert
Cop Car, Keith Urban

2014: Wagon Wheel, Darius Rucker
I Drive Your Truck, Lee Brice
I Want Crazy, Hunter Hayes
Mama’s Broken Heart, Miranda Lambert
Mine Would Be You, Blake Shelton

2013: Blown Away, Carrie Underwood
Home, Dierks Bentley
Springsteen, Eric Church
Cost of Livin’, Ronnie Dunn
Wanted, Hunter Hayes
Over, Blake Shelton

2012: Mean, Taylor Swift
Dirt Road Anthem, Jason Aldean
I’m Gonna Love You Through It, Martina McBride
Honey Bee, Blake Shelton
Mama’s Song, Carrie Underwood

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