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Alison Krauss Edit Profile

country musician

Alison Krauss, country musician.

Background

Krauss, Alison was born on July 23, 1971 in Champaign, Illinois, United States.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Albums (with Union Station) So Long So Wrong, 1997, Too Late to Cry, 1987, Two Highways, 1989, I've Got That Old Feeling, 1990, Every Time You Say Goodbye, 1992, I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, 1994 (Grammy award for Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel album), Now That I've Found You, 1995, Forget About It, 1999, New Favorite, 2001, Alison Krauss and Union Station Live, 2002, Lonely Runs Both Ways, 2002 (3 Grammy awards: Best Country Group Performance, Best Country Instrumental Performance, Best Country Album, 2006), (with Robert Plant) Raising Sand, 2007 (Grammy awards for Album of Year and Best Contemporary Folk Album, 2009), songs Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On), 2007 (Wide Open Country Video of Year, Country Music television, 2008, Musical Event of Year, Country Music Association, 2008), Please Read the Letter, 2007 (Grammy award for Record of Year, 2009), Rich Woman, 2007 (Grammy award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, 2009), Killing the Blues, 2009 (Grammy award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, 2009).

Connections

Married Pat Bergeson, November 8, 1997.

spouse:
Pat Bergeson