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The song won a Grammy Award for the Best Vocal Collaboration.

She started studying classical violin when she was 5 and later switched to bluegrass.

She debut in music since her early age winning at the local contests by the age of ten and recorded her first song when she was 14.

The pair, however, divorced in 2001 citing irreconcilable differences.

As of 2018, she is possibly single as she has not introduced anyone as her boyfriend to the media.

She and the Cox Family released the song and album in 1994 and in 1995 the album walked away with the Grammy Award for the Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album.

The song follows the person until the time they walk into heaven. "Make the World Go Away" — Alison teamed up with Jamey Johnson on this song for his album that paid tribute to songwriter Hank Cochran.

Her vocal talents have appeared on movie soundtracks and she is often a duet partner for many country and rock artists from Brad Paisley and Jamey Johnson to Robert Plant.

She has sung bluegrass, gospel, rock and pop hits throughout her career.

Alison has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry for over 20 years.

With a wide collection of music she has released, here are the 10 best songs from Alison Krauss. "When You Say Nothing at All" — Alison sings this song with a beautiful tone and was her first solo single.

Alison Krauss has been a force in bluegrass music since she was a teen and singing with the Cox Family.

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