Incredible vocalist musician John Prine was regarded with a couple of post mortem grants at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards service.
Prine’s “I Remember Everything” won best American roots tune and best American roots execution. The melody was movingly performed by Brandi Carlile during the honor show’s “In Memoriam” portion.
Prine kicked the bucket from the Covid in April 2020, only months subsequent to accepting a lifetime accomplishment Grammy.
In a meeting with “CBS This Morning” on Monday, Prine’s widow, Fiona, said of the post mortem grants: “I felt him with me yesterday, it was really incredible. He would have been so glad. He invested heavily in his work, he would have been pleased.”
Quite possibly the most persuasive abilities to rise out of Chicago’s society music scene, Prine broadly started discounting melodies to battle weariness while filling in as a postal transporter in his old neighborhood of Maywood.
“We lost a ton when we lost John,” said Fiona Prine. “On the off chance that you need to consider him and recollect him, play a tune.”
In May 2010, Prine showed up on “Chicago Tonight” in conversation with Paris Schutz. Watch the full meeting.