John Prine posthumously won two awards at the 2021 Grammy Awards for his final recording, “I Remember Everything.”
Prine won the Best American Roots Performance and Best American Roots Song awards on Sunday, March 14.
The folk legend died in April of 2020 due to COVID-19 complications.
The singer’s widow, Fiona Prine, accepted the award on his behalf, appearing virtually along with their sons, Jody, Jack and Tommy.
“I Remember Everything” won Best American Roots Performance over Bonny Light Horseman‘s “Deep in Love,” Black Pumas‘ “Colors,” Brittany Howard‘s “Short and Sweet,” and Norah Jones and Mavis Staples‘ “I’ll Be Gone”.
Other Best American Roots Song nominees were the Secret Sisters for “Cabin,” Sierra Hull for “Ceiling to the Floor,” Lucinda Williams for “Man Without a Soul,” and Sarah Jarosz for “Hometown.”
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