The blue grass revival album and soundtrack of the movie with the same name. "Oh, Brother Where Art Thou?" won album of the year last night at Nashville's Country Music Awards. The song, "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrows," by the Soggy Bottom Boys from that same album won song of the year. Those who saw the movie, may remember this is the song George Clooney "sang" (lip-sinced). He had wanted to sing it himself, but the movie-moguls thought better of the idea when they heard Clooney sing and hired a pro to sing it instead. Good call. Country music fans, please correct me if I am wrong, but isn't that the first time in years and years an out-and-out blue grass album won album of the year at the CMA? Blue grass fans please correct me if I am wrong, but I seem to recall "Oh, Brother, Where Are Thou?" also won album of the year in the this year's blue grass awards held a few months back. This soundtrack album has been credited with giving blue grass music a significant boost in interest. Whether that boost in interest can be maintained is another question. It has also been said that the soundtrack did better than the movie itself. I gotta say, I for one, LOVED the movie. It pleases me that anything connected with the movie did well.