Maren Morris Fall Ready in Fire Orange Gown as She Attends the 20th Annual Americana Honors & Awards in Nashville
Maren Morris was stylish in a fire-orange dress when she Americana Honors & Awards from the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Wednesday.
The 31-year-old singer wore a two-piece, long-sleeved fire orange dress to usher in the new season at the Music City event.
The Grammy-winning performer wore large gold earrings and had her brown locks parted in the middle and pulled back during the event.
The latest: Maren Morris, 31, was stylish in a fire-orange dress as she attended the Americana Honors & Awards from the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Wednesday
The show that marked the return to in-person procedures after a year off amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The award show is in conjunction with AmericanaFest, a multi-faceted festival and conference in Nashville, according to the Tennessee, which runs from Wednesday to Saturday.
One of the main award winners on the occasion was Brandi Carlile who won Artist of the Year, her second, having claimed the honor in 2019. Next month she will release a new album In These Silent Days.
Sturgill Simpson claimed the Album of the Year award for Cuttin’ Grass, Vol. 1 (The Butcher Shoppe Sessions), featuring the Black Pumas winning Duo/Group of the Year; Charley Crockett claimed Emerging Act of the Year, Kristin Weber won Instrumentalist of the Year, and John Prine won Song of the Year for I Remember Everything.
The Grammy-winning performer wore large gold earrings and had her brown locks parted in the middle and pulled back during the event
Morris performed with Yola and Brandi Carlile on the special occasion
Natalie Hemby, Morris and Carlile and Yola posed for a photo on the red carpet
Emerging Act of the Year winner Charley Crockett and Taylor Day Grace shared a kiss as they posed at the ceremony
Sheryl Crow presented Trina Shoemaker with a Lifetime Achievement Award that evening.
Other previously announced awards included the Legacy Award, for the Fisk Jubilee Singers; Keb’ Mo’ for the Lifetime Award for Achievement; The Mavericks for Americana Trailblazer Award; and Carla Thomas for the Americana Inspiration Award.
The annual event has attracted a number of iconic performers over the years, such as Robert Plant and Bonnie Raitt, and set the stage for Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash’s final live outing.
Sheryl Crow and Trina Shoemaker held the eclectic award trophy during the proceedings
Crow presented Shoemaker with a Lifetime Achievement Award that evening
Valerie June (L) and Carla Thomas were among the entertainers on the night
Fisk Jubilee Singers Leon Timbo and Paul Kwami posed on the red carpet during the show
Amanda Shires and Jason Isbell wore stylish ensembles at the Music City event
Steve Earle took the stage on Wednesday night during the show
Margo Price wore a yellow ensemble with a large bow as she sang onstage