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By Jeff Pack
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Two homegrown artists bring home three Grammys

 

Last updated 2/15/2019 at 2:27am

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Canyon Lake native Tori Kelly takes home two Grammys – Best Gospel Performance/Song by a Band and Best Gospel Album – Sunday night. She's shown here during her acceptance speech.

Canyon Lake's Tori Kelly and Murrieta's Joelle James each took home Grammys from the 61st Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Kelly won Grammys for Best Gospel Album, "Hiding Place," and Best Gospel Performance/Song by a Band for "Never Alone," a song that she co-wrote with legendary gospel artist, Kirk Franklin, who also performed on the track.

"I've dreamed about this since I was a kid, this is kind of insane," Kelly said to the audience in her acceptance speech for "Never Alone." "I have to thank Kirk Franklin for doing this project with me.

"I want to thank my entire f...



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