Chris Stapleton, left, and Dave Cobb accept the award for best country album for “Traveller” at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. Stapleton and Cobb are nominated again in the 60th annual Grammys for “From A Room: Volume One.”
Chris Stapleton, left, and Dave Cobb accept the award for best country album for “Traveller” at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. Stapleton and Cobb are nominated again in the 60th annual Grammys for “From A Room: Volume One.” Matt Sayles Invision/AP
Chris Stapleton, left, and Dave Cobb accept the award for best country album for “Traveller” at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. Stapleton and Cobb are nominated again in the 60th annual Grammys for “From A Room: Volume One.” Matt Sayles Invision/AP
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