The 66th Grammy Awards has come and gone, but 2 Hudson Valley musicians are sharing their big Grammy moment.

Tracy Chapman Returns to the Grammy Awards

If you missed it, country artist Luke Combs re-recorded Tracy Chapman's 1988 hit song "Fast Car" and released it to country radio in 2023.

Combs has shared how important the song was to him, growing up his dad would play it in the car and as Luke got older he learned to play Fast Car on guitar and play it at all of his gigs.

Luke reached out to Tracy Chapman to get her blessing and the songs success in turn brought even more success to Tracy Chapman. At the 2023 Country Music Awards, Luke's cover won a CMA making Chapman the first Black woman to ever win a CMA Award.

The nominations kept rolling in for the country cover as Combs was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance.


Chapman who had not performed live since 2009 was slated to perform the song with Combs at the 2024 Grammy Awards. The duo hit the stage as one of the first performances and left fans speechless.

Woodstock, New York Musicians Perform with Luke Combs & Tracy Chapman

After the award show aired a pair of musicians from Woodstock, New York shared that they were a part of the historic performance. Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, also known as the "first couple of Americana" assisted Chapman and Combs during their Grammy Performance.

Take a look below:


Campbell and Williams have a new album scheduled to be released on April 5th, 2024, called "All This Time." Learn more about the album, their past work and where they'll be playing next at

Can you spot the Woodstock, New York musicians in the photos below captured during the performance?

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