Alison Krauss is a country singer and songwriter. Since her debut in 1984 she has released 16 studio albums and has become the most awarded female artist in the history of the Grammy Awards. The 90’s proved to be very kind to Krauss, as her and Union Station took their brand of bluegrass into the mainstream charts. 1994 saw the release of her first top ten country hit in the form of “Somewhere In The Vicinity Of The Heart”. 1995’s compilation album “Now That I’ve Found You: A Collection” saw her embark into the top twenty of the Billboard 200 for the first time, peaking at number 13. The collection of older releases and covers from her career, one that was already a decade long at this point, would also go double platinum, selling two million copies before the year was out. Krauss has won a veritable mountain of Grammy Awards (27 in total), had a further five more of her albums certified Gold, become an omissible live act with Union Station and generally become one of the biggest Bluegrass artists in the world. David Gray is an English indie rock singer-songwriter. His music career started in 1993 with the release of his debut album, "A Century Ends". He quickly went on the release second studio album, "Flesh", which led the singer songwriter to be recognized by popular folk and indie labels. David's hard work and persistence paid off and his album “White Ladder” was number 1 in the UK Albums Chart for two and a half years. He has been nominated for four Brit Awards – twice for Best British Male. David Gray has toured since his music career began in 1993 and has since performed with acts, Kirsty MacColl, Dave Matthews Band and Radiohead.