Alison Krauss


Alison Krauss was only sixteen when her debut album, Too Late to Cry, was released in 1987. At the same time, Alison Krauss was performing with the group Union Station, and her contract with Rounder Records called for her divided attention to both solo work and work with the band. Union Station’s debut, Two Highways, was released in 1989, and then again in 1990, Alison Krauss released I’ve Got that Old Feeling, her sophomore solo endeavor. The album brought Krauss to the charts and earned her a Grammy for the song “Steel Rails,” bringing her into the mainstream spotlight for the first time. For the remainder of the 1990’s, Alison Krauss continued to enjoy success with her albums. Most recently, Alison Krauss has been recording and touring with Robert Plant, with whom she released the collaborative album Raising Sand in 2007. The album also earned Krauss five Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year for the single “Please Read the Letter.” In total, Alison has so far garnered twenty-seven Grammys collectively, and her career is still on the upswing.

Alison Krauss Song List

  • When You Say Nothing At All
  • Baby Now That I’ve Found You
  • Stay Missing You Restless

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