Four standout Grammy performances and one shocking win make this list of the Top 5 Moments from the 2019 Grammy Awards. Who made an impression on you on Sunday night?

The 61st annual Grammy Awards were good to country music. The show didn't rely on Nashville's most popular celebrities, either. Sure, everyone knows who Dolly Parton is, but it was a breakout day for Brandi Carlile and a reminder of how talented Kacey Musgraves is as both singer and songwriter. These women are treasures.

Dan + Shay had a tough performance slot following a double piano medley from host Alicia Keys, but they more than held their own. Shay Mooney's last note during the duo's "Tequila" performance was something to behold. The same can be said of Carlile's performance of "The Joke." None of the country performances were choreographed or heavily produced, ensuring that each artist's vocal gifts would stand out. Man, did they ever!

Parton shined during her own tribute, but if you walked away talking about impressive vocal performances from Miley Cyrus or Little Big Town, no one can fault you.

But with four Grammy wins, this was Musgraves' night. She makes this best of the Grammys Top 5 list twice, with a stunning and simple performance of "Rainbow" as well as with her surprise win at the end of the show.

Share your favorite moment in the comments section of this video and let us know where we got it right and wrong. Was the 2019 Grammys (Feb. 10) a good night for country music? Perhaps you felt the Grammys were a better night for country fashion? We got some of those highlights, as well.

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