Jimmy Carter has worn many hats during his lifetime – President, humanitarian, peanut farmer – and now he can add two-time Grammy Award winner to the list.
That’s right, the 94-year-old Carter won his second Grammy Award Sunday night in the Best Spoken Word Album category for his book Faith – A Journey For All. He also won a Grammy in 2016 for A Full Life: Reflections At Ninety.
Believe it or not, Carter is not the oldest person to win a Grammy. Comedian George Burns won an award at age 95 in 1991 and blues musician Pinetop Perkins won in 2011 at the age of 97.
He’s also not the only President to win – both Bill Clinton and Barack Obama also have phonograph trophies on their mantle.