Who Won the Grammy for Best Country Album?

Grammy for Best Country Album

Starting with "Dang Me" by Roger Miller in 1965 the Grammy Awards have awarded their Country Album of the Year Award throughout the years.

The Grammy was not awarded between 1967-1994.

The Dixie Chicks have won country album of the year four times. Roger Miller won the first two awards. Lady Antebellum has also won twice.

Year
2017 Sturgill Simpson (A Sailor's Guide To Earth)
"A Sailor's Guide To Earth" album
2016 Chris Stapleton (Traveller)
"Traveller" by Chris Stapleton
2015 Miranda Lambert (Platinum)
Platinum
2014 Kacey Musgraves (Same Trailer Different Park)
Same Trailer Different Park
2013 Zac Brown Band (Uncaged)
Uncaged
2012 Lady Antebellum (Own The Night)
Own The Night
2011 Lady Antebellum (Need You Now)
"Need You Now"
2010 Taylor Swift (Fearless)
"Fearless"
2009 George Strait (Troubadour)
Troubadour
2008 Vince Gill (These Days)
These Days
2007 Dixie Chicks (Taking The Long Way)
Taking The Long Way
2006 Alison Krauss & Union Station (Lonely Runs Both Ways)
Lonely Runs Both Ways
2005 Loretta Lynn (Van Lear Rose)
Van Lear Rose
2004 Various Artists (Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs Of The Louvin Brothers)
Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs Of The Louvin Brothers
2003 Dixie Chicks (Home)
Home
2002 Various Artists (Timeless: Hank Williams Tribute)
Timeless: Hank Williams Tribute
2001 Faith Hill (Breathe)
Breathe
2000 Dixie Chicks (Fly)
Fly
1999 Dixie Chicks (Wide Open Spaces)
Wide Open Spaces
1998 Johnny Cash (Unchained)
Unchained
1997 Lyle Lovett (The Road To Ensenada)
The Road To Ensenada
1996 Shania Twain (The Woman In Me)
The Woman In Me
1995 Mary Chapin Carpenter (Stones In The Road)
Stones In The Road
1966 Roger Miller (The Return Of Roger Miller)
The Return Of Roger Miller
1965 Roger Miller (Dang Me)
Dang Me