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Born in Decatur (Illinois, US) in 1971, Alison Maria Krauss is an American singer, songwriter and musician performing bluegrass, country, folk and Americana. She began playing the violin and taking classical lessons at the age of five. Entering the local contests at the age of eight, she made her first steps in the music industry. Two years later, she won at the local contests, by which she drew all the attention to herself. Two years later, she began recording for the first time. She signed to Rounder Records in 1985 and released her first solo album in 1987. She joined the band with which she still performs today, ‘Alison Krauss and Union Station’. As a group, the first album ‘Two Highways Too Late To Cry’ was released in 1989, which received very positive reviews and paved the way for her career in music. Some of her unforgettable albums are ‘Now That I've Found You’, ‘Lonely Runs Both Ways’ and ‘Paper Airplane’. During her career, she has released fourteen albums and appeared on voluminous soundtracks. Thanks to her talent, interest in bluegrass music grew in the United States. She gained remarkable popularity by her extraordinary performance in the soundtrack ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’, and the ‘Cold Mountain’ soundtrack, which she performed at the 2004 Academy Awards. By winning her 27th Grammy Award in 2012 out of 42 nominations, she has become the most awarded singer and the most awarded female artist in Grammy history. In other words, she has the most Grammys of any solo female artist in any genre of music. In the 1991 Grammy Awards, she was the second youngest winner at the time (She is now tied as the ninth youngest). In the category of most Grammy ever won, she is now tied with Quincy Jones thanks to her 27th Grammy.