1. Tracy Chapman's Grammy Comeback:

After years away from the spotlight, Tracy Chapman returned to the Grammy stage on Sunday.

2. Chapman's Legacy:

The influential artist, known for hits like "Fast Car," released eight albums between 1988 and 2008.

3. Grammy History:

Chapman's self-titled debut won her the Grammy for Best New Artist in 1989, and "Fast Car" received nominations.

4. Luke Combs Collaboration: 

Chapman teamed up with country star Luke Combs for a duet of "Fast Car," his hit cover of her iconic song.

5. Duet Performance:

Chapman opened with the song's signature riff on her guitar, exchanging verses with Combs before uniting on the chorus.

6. Audience Response: 

The audience, including Taylor Swift, stood and sang along, giving a standing ovation at the song's conclusion.

7. Combs's Cover Impact: 

Combs's faithful cover brought a renaissance to "Fast Car," reaching No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2023.

8. Grammy Recognition: 

Combs's cover was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance but missed out on Record of the Year.

9. Chapman's Rare Appearances:

Tracy Chapman, rarely seen since 2009, made a comeback with occasional late-night show performances.

10. Cross-Era Appeal:

Combs's sincere rendition of Chapman's anthem transcends eras, winning him awards and accolades, even making Chapman the first Black songwriter to win at the Country Music Awards.