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Austin artists bringing home hardware after winning at 2020 Grammys

Five Austin-based artists came out victorious at the 62nd Annual Grammys, winning a total of seven awards.

AUSTIN, Texas — Several Austin artists represented after winning big on music's biggest night.

The 2020 Grammy Awards took place on Sunday and started with a touching tribute to Kobe Bryant, who was among nine people killed in a helicopter crash the day of the award show.

Five Austin-based artists came out victorious at the 62nd Annual Grammys, winning a total of seven awards.

Gary Clark Jr. took the stage for a performance and walked away with three Grammys. He was nominated in four categories but won three, including Best Contemporary Blues Album for “This Land,” Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance.

Austin favorite Willie Nelson added another award to his collection after winning Best Solo Country Performance and Patty Griffin took home Best Folk Album.

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Born in Austin and raised in Wimberley, Texas, Sarah Jarosz won Best American Roots Song for "Call My Name."

Delbert McClinton, who has lived in Austin part-time for several decades according to Austin 360, snagged Best Traditional Blues Album award for “Tall, Dark & Handsome.”

The Black Pumas and Jimmie Vaughan were two other Austin artists who were nominated for an award.

Billie Eilish made history Sunday night after winning 10 awards, including Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album and Song of the Year.

If you missed out on watching the Grammys, you can find a full list of the winners here.

WATCH: The Austinites nominated for a 2020 Grammy Award 

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