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Sierra Hull

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In 2010, Hull captured her first IBMA award for Recorded Event of the Year. She was shedding the prodigy tag, turning virtuoso, and releasing her second album, Daybreak, with seven of her own original compositions.

By 2016, Hull had reached a more mature place in her life and in her art. She tapped legendary bluegrass musician Bela Fleck to produce her third album, Weighted Mind. A departure from her opening pair of records that blended progressive elements with traditional structure, Hull let go of whatever preconceptions existed- both hers and those of her audience- and birthed a Grammy-nominated masterpiece. She followed this up by winning the IBMA's Mandolin player of the year award in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Even while moving beyond the bluegrass world musically, they are still recognizing her abilities on the mandolin.

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