Republican Cory Gardner is a U.S. Rep from Colorado.
Republican Lou Barletta is a U.S. Rep from Pennsylvania.
Engineer-producer Al Schmitt has won 19 GRAMMYs! He first won in 1963 and most recently took home the gold in 2012 for mixing Paul McCartney's 'Kisses on the Bottom.'
Apologies: This is sort of a trick question. While soul legend Al Green has won numerous GRAMMYs, he's hardly obscure. On the other hand, there's a Texas Democrat named Al Green in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Democrat Eni F. H. Faleomavaega is a non-voting delegate from American Samoa to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Republican Justin Amash is a U.S. Rep from Michigan.
Late voice-over actor Marvin Miller won two GRAMMYs, one in 1966 for Best Children's Recording thanks to his reading of 'Dr. Seuss Presents Fox in Sox & Green Eggs and Ham.'
As the engineer and mixer on Jay-Z's 'Vol. 2...Hard Knock Life,' Joe Quinde won GRAMMY gold in 1999 for Best Rap Album alongside Hova.
Democrat Dina Titus is a U.S. Rep from Nevada.
Composer Ernest Gold won two GRAMMYs in 1961 for his score to the 1960 film 'Exodus.'
Republican Mick Mulvaney is a U.S. Rep from South Carolina.
5th Dimension singer Billy Davis Jr. won a Grammy with his wife, Marilyn McCoo, in 1977 for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus.
Jazz saxophonist Joe Henderson won four GRAMMYs over a four-decade career before passing away in 2001.
Democrat Chellie Pingree is a U.S. Rep from Maine.
Gospel singer Jake Hess won four GRAMMYs before passing away in 2004.