Anyone anywhere who watched the Grammys Sunday evening saw Bruno Mars snag six awards, Kesha’s emotional rendition of “Praying” and a host of collaborative performances.

But CBS didn’t capture every moment of the four-hour awards show, including former Preston Hollow resident Lisa Loeb’s win for Best Children’s Album for “Feel What U Feel.”

This is the Hockaday graduate’s first Grammy nomination since “Stay (I Miss You),” the song that made Loeb the only unsigned artist to hit No. 1.


Loeb started making music geared toward kids in 2003 and collaborated with Chris Robinson, who starred in “The Office” to make her latest album.


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