Maren Morris Says “Pressure Is Off” at the GRAMMY Awards This Year

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What do you do when you’ve already been nominated for four GRAMMY Awards and already won your very own Grammy in 2016. If you’re Maren Morris, you relax.

The 27-year-old GRAMMY winner, appeared on “Ty, Kelly & Chuck Mornings” to talk about the upcoming honor. While she is extremely excited and surprised to have earned a nomination this year, she’s more at ease now that she has one under her belt.

“I didn’t really expect to get a nomination this year just because last year was such a big one—getting to perform and winning, Maren said. “To have two years of nominations is really cool. I’m just excited to go now. The pressure is off.”


Maren finds herself, with no pressure, up against country heavy-hitters Sam Hunt (“Body Like a Back Road”), Alison Krauss (“Losing You”), Miranda Lambert (“Tin Man”), and Christ Stapleton (“Either Way”).

Her second GRAMMY win would just be icing on the cake as the “My Church” singer took home the Best Country Solo Performance (“My Church”) last year at the GRAMMY awards. She is again nominated for for Best Country Solo Performance, this time for her current single, “I Could Use A Love Song.”

You can see if Maren takes home a second Grammy when the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards airs on Jan. 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.