The Recording Academy recently announced its full list of nominees, recognizing the amazing artists and their music that brought joy to our lives during another challenging year. The 64th annual GRAMMY® Awards are just around the corner, and 18 Levitt artists rock the nominations from among the 86 different music categories. We’re thrilled to congratulate these nominees who’ve brought their artistry and rhythms to Levitt stages around the country. Ranging from Latin, pop, bluegrass, jazz and R&B, these talented performers have captured the attention of critics and audiences around the globe, from country star Maren Morris who performed at Levitt Pavilion Arlington to American legends The Blind Boys of Alabama who headlined the Levitt National Tour in 2018. Check out the list of nominated Levitt artists below and be sure to tune into the 2022 GRAMMY Awards show on Monday, January 31, 2022, at 8–11:30 p.m. ET / 5–8:30 p.m. PT. on the CBS Television Network (check local listings).

Masego – Levitt AMP Chattanooga (2017)
Best Progressive R&B Album, Studying Abroad: Extended Stay

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah – Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (2013)
Best Improvised Jazz Solo, “Sackodougou” Track from: The Hands Of Time (Weedie Braimah)

Jason Isbell – Levitt Shell Memphis (2019)
Best Country Solo Performance, “All I Do Is Drive”

Brothers Osborne – Levitt AMP Denison (2015)
Best Country Duo/Group Performance, “Younger Me”
Best Country Album, Skeletons

Maren Morris – Levitt Pavilion Arlington (2009)
Best Country Duo/Group Performance, “Chasing After You” (with Ryan Hurd)
Best Country Song, “Better Than We Found It” (with Jessie Jo Dillon, Jimmy Robbins & Laura Veltz)

The Baylor Project – Levitt AMP Chattanooga (2018)
Best Jazz Vocal Album, Generations

Kirk Franklin – Levitt Pavilion Arlington (2019)
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song, “We Win” (with Lil Baby)

The Blind Boys of Alabama at Levitt Pavilion Denver (2018 Levitt National Tour)

Alex Cuba – Levitt Pavilion Arlington (2009) and Levitt Shell Memphis (2009, 2017
Best Latin Pop Album, Mendó

Bomba Estéreo – Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (2012) and Levitt Pavilion Denver (2015)
Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album, Deja

Billy Strings – Levitt AMP Sheboygan (2017)
Best Bluegrass Album, Renewal
Best American Roots Performance, “Love and Regret”

The Blind Boys Of Alabama – Levitt Pavilion Arlington (2018), Levitt Pavilion Dayton (2018), Levitt Pavilion Denver (2018), Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (2018), Levitt Shell Memphis (2018), and Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks (2018)
Best American Roots Performance, “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free”

Valerie June – Levitt AMP Chattanooga (2019), Levitt AMP Santa Fe (2019), Levitt Pavilion Denver (2020/Virtual)
Best American Roots Song, “Call Me A Fool” (Featuring Carla Thomas)

Yola – Levitt Shell Memphis (2019)
Best Americana Album, Stand For Myself
Best American Roots Song, “Diamond Studded Shoes” (with Dan Auerbach, Natalie Hemby, Aaron Lee Tasjan, songwriters)

Cedric Burnside – Levitt Shell Memphis (2012, 2013, 2014, 2016), Levitt AMP Cleveland (2016), Levitt AMP Hattiesburg (2017), Levitt AMP New Albany (2016), Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks (2016)
Best Traditional Blues Album, I Be Trying

Sarah Jarosz – Levitt Shell Memphis (2016)
Best Folk Album, Blue Heron Suite

Rocky Dawuni at Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (2013)

Cha Wa – Levitt Shell Memphis (2015), Levitt AMP Sheboygan (2019), Levitt Pavilion Westport (2019)
Best Regional Roots Music Album, My People

Rocky Dawuni – Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (2010, 2013, 2014, 2016) and Levitt Pavilion Denver (2017)
Best Global Music Album, Voice Of Bunbon, Vol. 1

Lucky Diaz and The Family Jam Band – Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles (2014, 2015, 2017)
Best Children’s Music Album, Crayon Kids