Beaver Dam Native Jason Crabb Wins Second Grammy
Almost ten years ago, Jason Crabb, who had a multitude of success with The Crabb Family, decided to go solo and thus far, it has paid off in a major way.
The Beaver Dam native won his second Grammy Sunday night for Best Roots Gospel Album for his fifth solo effort Unexpected. He won the Grammy for Best Southern/Country/Bluegrass Album for his self-titled debut album in 2010.
Reba McEntire won in the same Best Roots Gospel Album category last year.
Here's Jason and his oldest daughter Ashleigh on the red carpet.
Unexpected was produced by Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus and features a duet with Flatts' lead singer Gary LeVox.
Crabb was inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame last year.