Artists who walked away empty-handed from the Grammys on Sunday night can take solace in the fact that more than a few legendary bands and singers also got shut out by the Grammys.
The country singer received her first three Grammy nominations back in 1965, including two for her debut single "Once a Day" and another for Best New Country and Western Artist. She proceeded to earn seven more in the 1960s and '70s, with her 10th coming in 1976 for her gospel album "Connie Smith Sings Hank Williams Gospel." She then earned her 11th nomination in 2010 for "Run to You," her collaboration with Marty Stuart.
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