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The Cox Family

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The singing Cox Family members from Natural cotton Valley, Louisiana, is made up of father Willard, son Sidney, and daughters Evelyn and Suzanne, who derive their sound from combining country, bluegrass, and gospel styles. They initial began performing jointly in 1976 and had been a popular pull at fairs and celebrations, but their profession was given a huge increase when in the first ’90s they fulfilled Alison Krauss, who brought these to the eye of Rounder Information. They also obtained massive publicity when in 1994 they captured the hearing of Adam Duritz, frontman from the multi-platinum-selling Keeping track of Crows, who was simply so impressed using the Cox Family members that he asked them to open up for the music group during its UNITED STATES tour. Krauss — who created all however the family’s initial release, Quiet Surprise on Wilcox Information — recorded many of Sidney’s tunes, which made an appearance on both of her Grammy-winning albums, like the title tabs on I’ve Got That Aged Sense. The Cox Family members recorded two information of their very own on Rounder Information: Everybody’s TRYING for Somebody (1993) and Beyond the town (1995), which gained them a Grammy nomination for Greatest Bluegrass Album. In addition they collaborated with Krauss with an recording entitled I UNDERSTAND Who Keeps Tomorrow, which received a Grammy in 1994 for Greatest Country/Gospel/Bluegrass Recording. The Cox Family members also distributed a Grammy for his or her participation within the various-artists task Amazing Elegance: A Nation Salute to Gospel. The Cox Family’s major-label debut, Simply When We’re Considering It’s Over, premiered on Asylum Information in 1996. Although recording received enthusiastic evaluations, sales were moderate by major-label requirements, even though the Cox Family members began focus on a second recording for Asylum in 1998, the label fallen them before they might finish the task. In 2000 the Cox Family members recorded several music for the film O Sibling, Where Artwork Thou?, and in 2001 the soundtrack recording became an urgent smash hit, increasing to number 1 in the pop, nation, bluegrass, and soundtrack graphs. This triumph was overshadowed by tragedy when Willard Cox experienced severe injuries within a 2000 car accident that still left him paralyzed and restricted to a wheelchair. The Cox Family members continued a documenting hiatus and restricted the majority of their live performances to local occasions, however in 2014 the tapes for the group’s uncompleted 1998 record had been rediscovered, and Krauss as well as the Cox Family members could actually go back to the studio room and comprehensive the task. The dropped Cox Family members record, Gone Just like the Cotton, premiered by Rounder Information in Oct 2015.

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Full Name The Cox Family
Awards Grammy Award for Album of the Year
Music Songs I Am Weary, Remind Me, Dear Lord, I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, Where No One Stands Alone, In the Palm of Your Hand, Far Side Bank of Jordan, Standing by the Bedside of a Neighbor, I'd Rather Have Jesus, Will There Be Any Stars?, Blue Bayou, Everybody's Reaching Out for Someone, Walk Over God's Heaven, Gone Like the Cotton, Good Imitation Of The Blues, When God Dips His Pen of Love in My Heart, Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown, Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven, Cry Baby Cry, My Favorite Memory, Never Will Give Up, Loves Me Like a Rock, I’m Not So Far Away, Look Me Up by the Ocean Door, Backroads, Broken Engagement, Pardon Me, Another Lonesome Morning, Too Far Gone, Keep on the Sunny Side, Cotton Dan, Little White Washed Chimney, Cash on the Barrelhead
Albums I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, Everybody's Reaching Out for Someone, Gone Like The Cotton, Beyond the City, Just When We're Thinking It's Over


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Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Filthy Gorgeous: The Trannyshack Story 2005 Documentary performer: "Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown"
Down from the Mountain 2000 Documentary performer: "I Am Weary Let Me Rest", " Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown"
O Brother, Where Art Thou? 2000 performer: "Keep on the Sunny Side" ca 1930, "I Am Weary Let Me Rest"
Dolly Parton's Precious Memories 1999 TV Movie performer: "Over in the Glory Land", "Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown", "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven But Nobody Wants to Die"
Traveller 1997 performer: "I'm Thinking of My Blue Eyes", "Sweeter Than the Flowers"

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Got Milk 2014 Short very special thanks
Bountiful Bounty 2009 Short special thanks

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2002 Grammy Grammy Awards Album of the Year O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) · Alison Krauss (Artist)
· Union Station (Artist)
· Tim Blake Nelson (Artist)
· Chris Thomas King (Artist)
· Emmylou Harris (Artist)
· Gillian Welch (Artist)
· Harley Allen (Artist)
· John Hartford (Artist)
· Norman Blake (Artist)
· Pat Enright (Artist)
· Hannah Peasall (Artist)
· Leah Peasall (Artist)
· Sarah Peasall (Artist)
· Ralph Stanley (Artist)
· Sam Bush (Artist)
· Stuart Duncan (Artist)
· The Fairfield Four (Artist)
· The Whites (Artist)
· Peter F. Kurland (Engineer/Mixer)
· Mike Piersante (Engineer/Mixer)
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