2020 GRAMMYs: Check out the 17 nominees who have performed at Levitt venues!

 
(Left to Right) Top Row: Brothers Osborne, Flor De Toloache, Gary Clark Jr., Rosanne Cash, Southern Avenue, Tank and the Bangas; Middle Row: Catherine Russell, Dick Oatts, Larkin Poe, Mariachi Divas, Yola Carter; Bottom Row: Ranky Tanky, Maren Morris, P.J. Morton, Patty Griffin, Third World, The String Theory.

(Left to Right) Top Row: Brothers Osborne, Flor De Toloache, Gary Clark Jr., Rosanne Cash, Southern Avenue, Tank and the Bangas; Middle Row: Catherine Russell, Dick Oatts, Larkin Poe, Mariachi Divas, Yola Carter; Bottom Row: Ranky Tanky, Maren Morris, P.J. Morton, Patty Griffin, Third World, The String Theory.

The 2020 GRAMMY nominations are in, and 17 artists who have performed on Levitt stages in the past are up for awards! There’s a lot to be excited about among this crop of nominees — Tank and the Bangas, who performed at Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles and Levitt AMP Chattanooga in 2017, are competing in the prestigious category of Best New Artist alongside the likes of Lizzo and Billy Eilish, and Gary Clark Jr., who performed at Levitt Shell Memphis in 2011, scored four nominations for his monolithic rock album This Land. Read on for a full list of past Levitt performers in contention for 2020 GRAMMY Awards, and catch the ceremony on January 26, 2020!

Brothers Osborne | Levitt AMP Denison (2015)
Best Country Duo/Group Performance, “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)”

Catherine Russell | Levitt LA (2008)
Best Jazz Vocal Album, Alone Together

Dick Oatts | Levitt Pavilion Arlington (2014)
Best Instrumental Composition, “Love, A Beautiful Force” (with Vince Mendoza, Terrell Stafford & Temple University Orchestra)
Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella, “Love, A Beautiful Force” (with Vince Mendoza, Terrell Stafford & Temple University Orchestra)

Flor De Toloache | Levitt National Tour (2019), Levitt AMP Carson City (2019), Levitt AMP Woonsocket (2019), Levitt Los Angeles (2018), Levitt Pavilion Denver (2018), Levitt AMP Middlesboro (2018), Levitt AMP Ocala (2018), Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury (2018), Levitt AMP Utica (2018), Levitt AMP Santa Fe (2017), Levitt Shell Memphis (2016), Levitt AMP Sheboygan (2016)
Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album, Indestructible

Gary Clark Jr. | Levitt Memphis (2011)
Best Rock Performance, “This Land”
Best Rock Song, “This Land”
Best Contemporary Blues Album, This Land
Best Music Video, “This Land”

Larkin Poe | Levitt AMP Middlesboro (2019), Levitt Denver (2018)
Best Contemporary Blues Album, Venom & Faith

Maren Morris | Levitt Arlington (2009)
Best Country Duo/Group Performance, “Common” (with Brandi Carlisle)

Mariachi Divas | Levitt LA (2019, 2017, 2014)
Best Regional Mexican Music Album, 20 Aniversario

Patty Griffin | Levitt Memphis (2013)
Best Folk Album, Patty Griffin

PJ Morton | Levitt AMP Ocala (2019)
Best Traditional R&B Performance, “Built for Love” (featuring Jazmine Sullivan)
Best R&B Song “Say So” (featuring JoJo)
Best R&B Album, Paul

Ranky Tanky | Levitt Pavilion Westport (2018)
Best Regional Roots Music Album, Good Time

Rosanne Cash | Levitt Memphis (2014)
Best American Roots Song, “Crossing to Jerusalem” (with John Leventhal)

Southern Avenue | Levitt AMP Middlesboro (2019), Levitt AMP Woonsocket (2019), Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks (2018), Levitt Shell (2017)
Best Contemporary Blues Album, Keep On

The String Theory | Levitt LA (2010)
Best Spoken Word Album, Sekou Andrews & The String Theory (with Sekou Andrews)

Tank and the Bangas | Levitt LA (2017), Levitt AMP Chattanooga (2017)
Best New Artist

Third World | Levitt AMP Bellingham (2015)
Best Reggae Album, More Work to be Done

Yola Carter | Levitt Memphis (2019)
Best American Roots Song, “Faraway Look” (with Dan Auerbach and Pat McLaughlin)

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