2019 Grammy Nominees

2019 Grammy Nominees
Jan 28, 2019

Join us in congratulating these incredible 2018 Wolf Trap artists on their Grammy nominations!


Kacey Musgraves

Two-time Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves made a quick stop at the Filene Center for Live From Here with Chris Thile. The country starlet shines bright with four Grammy nominations:

Album of The Year

Golden Hour

Best Country Solo Performance


Best Country Song

“Space Cowboy”

Best Country Album

Golden Hour


John Prine

Two-time Grammy winner John Prine was nominated for three Grammys, including two in the same category:

Best American Roots Song

“Knockin’ On Your Screen Door”

Best American Roots Song

“Summer’s End”

Best Americana Album

The Tree of Forgiveness

Lucy Kalantari & The Jazz Cats

Lucy Kalantari & The Jazz Cats brought their signature funky family friendly sounds to Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods this summer and now they’re up for their first Grammy:

Best Children’s Album

All The Sounds


Ziggy Marley

After jammin’ with the Wolf Trap crowd this summer, 11-time Grammy winner Ziggy Marley (8 as a solo artist, 3 with The Melody Makers) received another well-deserved nomination:

Best Reggae Album

Rebellion Rises


Tony Bennett

18-time Grammy winner, Tony Bennett gave us an incredible performance over the summer. The legendary singer was nominated in the following two categories:

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

“‘S Wonderful”

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Love is Here to Stay


Margo Price

The month of June kicked off with Margo Price opening for John Prine. The up-and-coming performer has been nominated for her first Grammy:

Best New Artist


Charlie Wilson

Charlie Wilson brought rhythm, blues, and sexy tunes to the Wolf Trap stage this summer, and was nominated in the following category:

Best Traditional R&B Performance

“Made For Love”


The Wood Brothers

After bringing some of their Americana soul to the Filene Stage, The Wood Brothers received their first Grammy nomination:

Best Americana Album

One Drop of Truth


The Pop Ups

Who says live music is just for kids? The Pops Ups prove that incorporating music into learning is the best way to rock out! The family-friendly band is up for a Grammy in the following category:

Best Children’s Album

Giants of Science


Punch Brothers

Chris Thile stopped by Wolf Trap for Live From Here without his band, Punch Brothers, but he’s been nominated for a Grammy alongside them in the following category:

Best Folk Album

All Ashore


Lady Gaga

Fresh off her surprise appearance with Tony Bennett at the Filene Center, six-time Grammy winner Lady Gaga is celebrating five nominations:

Record of the Year


Song of the Year


Best Pop Solo Performance

“Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance


Best Song Written for Visual Media



See the full list of Grammy nominees, including other amazing Wolf Trap artists, here and tune into CBS February 10 for the 61st Grammy Awards!