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Adele

The London-born Adele is one of two female solo artists to win Album Of The Year twice for her own solo albums.

15
GRAMMYWins
18
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Adele, GRAMMY winner
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Aretha Franklin

In addition to her 18 GRAMMYs, the Queen of Soul is a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and has five recordings inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame.

18
GRAMMYWins
44
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Aretha Franklin, GRAMMY winner
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Dixie Chicks

The Dixie Chicks have won Best Country Album four times: Wide Open Spaces (1998), Fly (1999), Home (2002), and Taking The Long Way (2006).

12
GRAMMYWins
19
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Dixie Chicks, GRAMMY winners
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Alison Krauss

Among her 27 GRAMMYs, Alison Krauss has won Album Of The Year twice:  the soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2001) and Raising Sand (2008) with Robert Plant.

27
GRAMMYWins
40
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Alison Krauss, GRAMMY winner
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Emmylou Harris

Did you know? The influential singer/songwriter won her first career GRAMMY for 1976 for Best Country Vocal Performance, Female for "Elite Hotel."

13
GRAMMYWins
47
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Emmylou Harris, GRAMMY winner
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Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys won five awards at the 44th GRAMMY Awards, including Best New Artist and Song Of The Year for "Fallin'."

15
GRAMMYWins
29
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Alicia Keys, GRAMMY winner
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Shirley Caesar

In 2017 Shirley Caesar received a Lifetime Achievement Award from The Recording Academy.

11
GRAMMYWins
28
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Shirley Caesar, GRAMMY winner
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Beyoncé Knowles

Spanning her work with Destiny's Child and as a solo artist, Beyoncé is the most-nominated female artist in GRAMMY history with 62 career nominations.

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GRAMMYWins
62
GRAMMYNominations
Through the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented in 2017
Beyoncé, GRAMMY winner
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