The oldest daughter of Johnny Cash no doubt made her daddy proud Sunday (Feb. 8) as Rosanne took home Grammy Awards for every single category she was nominated.

In the Best American Roots Song category, Cash (and co-writer John Leventhal) won the Grammy for their song, ‘A Feather’s Not a Bird.’ Additionally, that tune picked up the Best American Roots Performance Grammy.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise, then, that Cash also earned the honor of having the Best Americana Album with ‘The River & the Thread’ (released via Blue Note Records). In that particular category, she was competing against John Hiatt’s ‘Terms of My Surrender,’ Keb’ Mo’’s ‘Bluesamericana,’ Nickel Creek’s ‘A Dotted Line’ and Sturgill Simpson’s ‘Metamodern Sounds In Country Music.’

Congrats to Rosanne Cash on sweeping her categories at the 57th Annual Grammys!

Watch Rosanne Cash Perform 'A Feather's Not a Bird' on 'Letterman'