The GRAMMYS® are this Sunday and 10 Deering Banjo artists are up for awards.  Mumford and Sons is even up Record of the Year!  Be sure to watch them on CBS this Sunday, February 10th.  Mumford and Sons will be performing as well!

Below you can watch most of the Deering artists that have been nominated this year, performing with their Deering banjos.

Artist:  Mumford and Sons
Song: I Will Wait
Banjo Used: Deering Eagle II Acoustic/Electric 5-String Banjo

 

Artist: Taylor Swift
Song:  Mean
Banjo Used:  Deering Boston 6-String Acoustic/Electric Banjo

 

Artist: The Avett Brothers
Song: Down With the Shine
Banjo Used: Deering Black Diamond 5-String Banjo

 

Artist: Eric Church
Song: Creepin'
Banjo Used: Deering Boston 6-String Acoustic/Electric Banjo

 

Artist: Dierks Bentley
Song: 5-1-5-0

 

Artist: Carolina Chocolate Drops
Song: Country Girl
Banjo Used: Deering Sierra Plectrum Banjo

 

Artist: Noam Pikelny with Aoife O'Donovan & Friends
Song: Pretty Polly
Banjo Used: Deering 24 Fret John Hartford 5-String Banjo

 

Artist: Steep Canyon Rangers
Song: Orange Blossom Special
Banjo Used: Deering Terry Baucom 5-String Banjo

 

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