Fourteen Texans won a total of thirteen awards at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards.

For a complete list of winners go to http://www.grammy.com/nominees

Ryan Bingham (Austin)
-Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media for The Weary Kind with T Bone Burnett (New West)

Stephen Bruton (Fort Worth)
-Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media for Crazy Heart (New West)

T Bone Burnett (Fort Worth)
-Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media for Crazy Heart (New West)
-Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media for The Weary Kind with Ryan Bingham (New West)

Patty Griffin (Austin)
-Best Traditional Gospel Album for Downtown Church (Credential Recordings)

El Güero Y Su Banda Centenario (San Antonio)
-Best Banda Album for Enamórate De Mí (A.R.C. Discos)

Grupo Fantasma (Austin)
-Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album for El Existential (Nat Geo Music)

Intocable (Zapata)
-Best Norteño Album for Classic(Sony Music Latin)

Israel Houghton (Houston)
-Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album for Love God, Love People (Integrity Music)

Rob Jones (Austin)
-Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package for Under Great White Northern Lights (Limited Edition Box Set) with Jack White (Third Man/Warner Bros.)

Miranda Lambert (Lindale)
-Best Female Country Vocal Performance for The House That Built Me (Columbia)

Little Joe Y La Familia (Temple)
-Best Tejano Album for Recuerdos (TDI)

Pinetop Perkins (Austin)
-Best Traditional Blues Album for Joined at the Hip (with Willie ‘Big Eyes’ Smith) (Telarc)

Esperanza Spalding (Austin)
-Best New Artist

Kirk Whalum (Houston)
-Best Gospel Song for It’s What I Do (with Lalah Hathaway) (Rendezvous Music/Mack Avenue)

Notes: Will and Win Butler of Album of the Year winners Arcade Fire were raised in The Woodlands.
Gary Nicholson from Garland wrote the song Fallin’ & Flyin’ which appears twice on Crazy Heart, the winner for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.

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