Grammy Gold: North Texas Musicians Win Big at 58th Annual Awards Show

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LOS ANGELES, CA-  Don't listen to Kanye. Winning a Grammy is a  really big deal! Especially because a handful of last night winners are from our own backyard. The DFW was in full effect Monday night for the 58th annual awards show. Check out the winner's circle:

Arlington's Pentatonix snagged their second Grammy for Best Arrangement, Instrumental, or A Capella for their album Dance of The Sugar Plum Fairy.

To add to their sweet victory, the group shared the stage with the legendary Stevie Wonder for a special tribute to Maurice White of Earth Wind & Fire.

Courtesy: The Recording Academy/CBS

 

Dallas native Liz Rose, who's co-written 20 of T-Swift's hit songs, brought home her second Grammy for Girl Crush --which won Best Country Song.

Denton jazz band Snarky Puppy has another Grammy in the bag. The UNT alumni did their Alma Mater proud, winning Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for their work on Metropole Orkest.

Fort Worth-born gospel star Kirk Franklin earned a Grammy for Best Gospel Performance Song for his single "Wanna Be Happy?"

Dallas musician Shaun Martin's collaborations with Snarky Puppy and  Kirk Franklin made him a winner too! He walked away with his golden gramophone for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album.