Artists who walked away without a Grammy 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 great first hit the pop chart in February 1957 with "Walkin' After Midnight." She then cracked the top 10 in November 1961 with her version of Willie Nelson's "Crazy," but died in a plane crash in just two years later. She received the Lifetime Achievement Grammy posthumously in 1995.
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