By Kurt Wolff
The saga of the Civil Wars just won’t quit. In 2013, the country-folk duo of John Paul White and Joy Williams earned their third GRAMMY award (they’d won two the year before), and they even released a critically acclaimed second album — all while not actually being a band anymore (they announced their professional split in 2012).
Now they’ve gone and won yet another GRAMMY, this time for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their song “From This Valley.”
The win is significant, as they won in a category against such country stalwarts as Little Big Town (who won it last year and were again nominated this year for “Your Side of the Bed”), Vince Gill and Kelly Clarkson (“Don’t Rush”), Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton (“You Can’t Make Old Friends”), and the powerhouse triple threat of Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban, who performed…
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