The 2015 Grammy Awards winners have been announced, with some of country's hottest stars taking home big categories on Music's Biggest Night.

Though female artists have had a notably hard time at country radio this year, they dominated the country Grammy recipients, with Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood winning two of the night's top honors. Ailing legend Glen Campbell also brought home a very special win, taking Best Country Song for the final song of his career.

Take a look at the night's big winners below.

2014 Grammy Awards Winners (Country):

Best Country Album

‘Riser,’ Dierks Bentley
‘The Outsiders,’ Eric Church
’12 Stories,’ Brandy Clark
‘Platinum,’ Miranda Lambert -- WINNER!
‘The Way I’m Livin,’ Lee Ann Womack

Best Country Song

'American Kids,' Kenny Chesney
'Automatic,' Miranda Lambert
'Give Me Back My Hometown,' Eric Church
'I'm Not Gonna Miss You,' Glen Campbell -- WINNER!
'Meanwhile Back at Mama's,' Tim McGraw feat. Faith Hill

Best Country Solo Performance

‘Give Me Back My Hometown,’ Eric Church
‘Invisible,’ Hunter Hayes
‘Automatic,’ Miranda Lambert
‘Something in the Water,’ Carrie Underwood -- WINNER!
‘Cop Car,’ Keith Urban

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

‘Gentle on My Mind,’ The Band Perry -- WINNER!
‘Somethin’ Bad,’ Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood
‘Day Drinking,’ Little Big Town
‘Meanwhile, Back at Mama’s,’ Tim McGraw (feat. Faith Hill)
‘Raise ‘Em Up,’ Keith Urban (feat. Eric Church)

Best Americana Album

'The River & the Thread,' Rosanne Cash -- WINNER!
'Terms of My Surrender,' John Hiatt
'Bluesamericana,' Keb' Mo'
'A Dotted Line,' Nickel Creek
'Metamodern Sounds in Country Music,' Sturgill Simpson

Best American Roots Song

‘A Feather’s Not a Bird,’ Rosanne Cash -- WINNER!
‘Just So Much,’ Jesse Winchester
‘The New York Trains,’ Del McCoury Band
‘Pretty Little One,’ Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers (feat. Edie Brickell)
‘Terms of My Surrender,’ John Hiatt

Best American Roots Perfomance

‘Statesboro Blues,’ Gregg Allman and Taj Mahal
‘A Feather’s Not a Bird,’ Rosanne Cash -- WINNER!
‘And When I Die,’ Billy Childs (feat. Alison Krauss and Jerry Douglas)
‘The Old Me Better,’ Keb’ Mo’ (feat. the California Feet Warmers)
‘Destination,’ Nickel Creek

Best Historical Album

Various Artists, ‘Black Europe: The Sounds and Images of Black People in Europe Pre-1927′
Hank Williams, ‘The Garden Spot Programs’ - WINNER!
Isham Jones Rainbo Orchestra, ‘Happy: The 1920 Rainbo Orchestra Sides’
Various Artists, ‘Longing for the Past: The 78 RPM Era in Southeast Asia’
Various Artists, ‘There’s a Dream I’ve Been Saving: Lee Hazlewood Industries 1966-1971 (Deluxe Edition)’

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