Named Best Song Written For Visual Media, “Safe & Sound” was featured in The Hunger Games. The haunting track showcases a different sound for the country-pop singer and won support from fans and the industry alike.READ MORE: Eric Clapton And Van Morrison Set To Perform At Hard Rock Live
Where some superstars don’t show at the pre-telecast portion of the GRAMMYs, Taylor Swift was right there with her collaborators. She took the stage in a stunning white dress followed by fellow songwriters T-Bone Burnett, John Paul White, and Joy Williams, all who thanked their families for their support over the years.
“You guys are amazing – we just won a GRAMMY for that!” Taylor exclaimed
WE JUST WON A GRAMMY FOR SAFE AND SOUND!!!!!!!!!!
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) February 10, 2013
“I think it’s appropriate that Taylor thanks us,” the Civil Wars’ John Paul White joked, “as we’ve been carrying her for a while now…. I want to thank my mom and dad. I want to thank my kids…but mostly i want to thank my wife.”READ MORE: Florida COVID Death Toll Surpasses 37,000
“I told her 17 years ago when we met that if things went the way I wanted them to that I wouldn’t be around much and that’s an incredibly a**hole thing to say. She accepted it…I love her dearly with every part of my soul.”
Joy Williams raved about working with T Bone Burnett and Swift.
“It’s such a privilege to be able to collaborate and work with [them]. I really like it when they call. You pick up the phone whenever they call because something fun is going to happen.”
— The Civil Wars (@thecivilwars) February 10, 2013
After letting his collaborators have turns at the mic, multi-GRAMMY-winning producer and songwriter Burnett–who produced The Hunger Games soundtrack, as well as the GRAMMY-winning soundtracks for O Brother, Where Art Thou? and Crazy Heart–simply said, “So much love and gratitude to you all of you, thank you, God bless.”MORE NEWS: Tropical Depression Forms Off The Coast Of North Carolina
-Annie Reuter and Kurt Wolff, Radio.com