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Jelly Roll Earns His First Grammy Nomination

The 2024 Grammy Awards nominations just hit, and the country music scene is bringing the heat with a mix of fresh talent across both country and all-genre categories.

Making his way in the Grammy spotlight for the first time is Jelly Roll, earning a nod in the fiercely competitive Best New Artist category and the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category for his hit song “Save Me,” featuring Lainey Wilson, according to Vulture. His first-ever Grammy nominations follow up on his recent victory at the CMA Awards. It’s safe to say; he’s on fire.

Adding a touch of unexpected excitement to the lineup for Best New Artist is The War and Treaty. Their nomination might catch some by surprise, but those who witnessed their stellar performance at the 2023 CMA Awards know they’re the real deal.

Breakout star Lainey Wilson has also been announced as a nominee for the 2024 Grammy Awards, with nominations for Best Country Duo/Group Performance and Best Country Album. This news comes shortly after Wilson swept the CMA Awards with 5 wins, including Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year.

Circle February 4 on your calendar because that’s when the 2024 Grammy Awards are going down in the glitzy city of Los Angeles. And yes, you can catch all the action on CBS, just like every year. With Jelly Roll and The War and Treaty in the mix, this year’s Grammys promise to be a captivating blend of breakthrough moments in country music.