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Grammy Awards Winners List from 1958 to 2023

Grammy Awards Winners List from 1958 to 2023

Since 1958, the Grammys have recognized and awarded those in the music industry for outstanding achievements. Each year, music artists are given the chance to win a coveted Grammy from one or many categories, if nominated.

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At the first annual Grammy Awards held in 1958, there were 28 categories with winners including Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra. This 65th Grammys has 91 categories for its awards, according to the Recording Academy.

The Grammy Awards 2023 are here. The star-studded event is taking place at Crypto.com Arena. The 65th annual Grammy awards saw major wins for Harry Styles, Kendrick Lamar, Adele and Beyoncé. Let us look at some major titles and winners in grammy from 1958 to 223 in the list mentioned below –

  • Record of the year recognizes the performance and production of a song.
  • From 1958 to 1964 it was awarded to the recording artist, from 1965 to 1997 to the artist and producer(s), and since 1998 to the artist, producer(s), and recording engineer(s)/mixer(s).
  • Song of the year recognizes the writing of a song and is awarded to the songwriter only. Song was recorded by more than one artist during the eligibility period.
Grammy Awards List
year record of the year* song of the year** album of the year best new artist
1958 “Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volaré),” Domenico Modugno “Nel blu dipinto di blu (“Volaré),” Domenico Modugno The Music from Peter Gunn, Henry Mancini not awarded
1959 “Mack the Knife,” Bobby Darin “The Battle of New Orleans,” Jimmy Driftwood Come Dance with Me, Frank Sinatra Bobby Darin
1960 “The Theme from ‘A Summer Place,’ ” Percy Faith “Theme from Exodus,” Ernest Gold The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart, Bob Newhart Bob Newhart
1961 “Moon River,” Henry Mancini “Moon River,” Henry Mancini Judy at Carnegie Hall, Judy Garland Peter Nero
1962 “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” Tony Bennett “What Kind of Fool Am I?”*** The First Family, Vaughn Meader Robert Goulet
1963 “Days of Wine and Roses,” Henry Mancini “Days of Wine and Roses,” Henry Mancini The Barbra Streisand Album, Barbra Streisand Ward Swingle (the Swingle Singers)
1964 “The Girl from Ipanema,” Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto “Hello, Dolly!,” Louis Armstrong Getz/Gilberto, Stan Getz and João Gilberto the Beatles
1965 “A Taste of Honey,” Herb Alpert “The Shadow of Your Smile (Love Theme from ‘The Sandpiper’),” Tony Bennett September of My Years, Frank Sinatra Tom Jones
1966 “Strangers in the Night,” Frank Sinatra “Michelle,” the Beatles A Man and His Music, Frank Sinatra not awarded
1967 “Up, Up, and Away,” the 5th Dimension “Up, Up, and Away,” the 5th Dimension Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the Beatles Bobbie Gentry
1968 “Mrs. Robinson,” Simon and Garfunkel “Little Green Apples”*** By the Time I Get to Phoenix, Glen Campbell José Feliciano
1969 “Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In,” the 5th Dimension “Games People Play,” Joe South Blood, Sweat and Tears, Blood, Sweat and Tears Crosby, Stills and Nash
1970 “Bridge over Troubled Water,” Simon and Garfunkel “Bridge over Troubled Water,” Simon and Garfunkel Bridge over Troubled Water, Simon and Garfunkel the Carpenters
1971 “It’s Too Late,” Carole King “You’ve Got a Friend,” Carole King Tapestry, Carole King Carly Simon
1972 “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” Roberta Flack “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” Roberta Flack The Concert for Bangla Desh, George Harrison and Friends America
1973 “Killing Me Softly with His Song,” Roberta Flack “Killing Me Softly with His Song,” Roberta Flack Innervisions, Stevie Wonder Bette Midler
1974 “I Honestly Love You,” Olivia Newton-John “The Way We Were,” Barbra Streisand Fulfillingness’ First Finale, Stevie Wonder Marvin Hamlisch
1975 “Love Will Keep Us Together,” Captain and Tennille “Send in the Clowns,” Judy Collins Still Crazy After All These Years, Paul Simon Natalie Cole
1976 “This Masquerade,” George Benson “I Write the Songs,” Barry Manilow Songs in the Key of Life, Stevie Wonder Starland Vocal Band
1977 “Hotel California,” the Eagles “Love Theme from ‘A Star Is Born’ (Evergreen),” Barbra Streisand;

“You Light Up My Life,” Debby Boone (tied)

Rumours, Fleetwood Mac Debby Boone
1978 “Just the Way You Are,” Billy Joel “Just the Way You Are,” Billy Joel Saturday Night Fever, the Bee Gees A Taste of Honey
1979 “What a Fool Believes,” the Doobie Brothers “What a Fool Believes,” the Doobie Brothers 52nd Street, Billy Joel Rickie Lee Jones
1980 “Sailing,” Christopher Cross “Sailing,” Christopher Cross Christopher Cross, Christopher Cross Christopher Cross
1981 “Bette Davis Eyes,” Kim Carnes “Bette Davis Eyes,” Kim Carnes Double Fantasy, John Lennon and Yoko Ono Sheena Easton
1982 “Rosanna,” Toto “Always on My Mind,” Willie Nelson Toto IV, Toto Men at Work
1983 “Beat It,” Michael Jackson “Every Breath You Take,” the Police Thriller, Michael Jackson Culture Club
1984 “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” Tina Turner “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” Tina Turner Can’t Slow Down, Lionel Richie Cyndi Lauper
1985 “We Are the World,” USA for Africa “We Are the World,” USA for Africa No Jacket Required, Phil Collins Sade
1986 “Higher Love,” Steve Winwood “That’s What Friends Are for,” Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight, and Stevie Wonder Graceland, Paul Simon Bruce Hornsby and the Range
1987 “Graceland,” Paul Simon “Somewhere Out There,” Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram The Joshua Tree, U2 Jody Watley
1988 “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” Bobby McFerrin “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” Bobby McFerrin Faith, George Michael Tracy Chapman
1989 “Wind Beneath My Wings,” Bette Midler “Wind Beneath My Wings,” Bette Midler Nick of Time, Bonnie Raitt Milli Vanilli (revoked)
1990 “Another Day in Paradise,” Phil Collins “From a Distance,” Bette Midler Back on the Block, Quincy Jones Mariah Carey
1991 “Unforgettable,” Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole “Unforgettable,” Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole Unforgettable: With Love, Natalie Cole Marc Cohn
1992 “Tears in Heaven,” Eric Clapton “Tears in Heaven,” Eric Clapton Unplugged, Eric Clapton Arrested Development
1993 “I Will Always Love You,” Whitney Houston “A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme),” Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle The Bodyguard, Whitney Houston Toni Braxton
1994 “All I Wanna Do,” Sheryl Crow “Streets of Philadelphia,” Bruce Springsteen MTV Unplugged, Tony Bennett Sheryl Crow
1995 “Kiss from a Rose,” Seal “Kiss from a Rose,” Seal Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette Hootie and the Blowfish
1996 “Change the World,” Eric Clapton “Change the World”*** Falling into You, Celine Dion LeAnn Rimes
1997 “Sunny Came Home,” Shawn Colvin “Sunny Came Home,” Shawn Colvin Time Out of Mind, Bob Dylan Paula Cole
1998 “My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from ‘Titanic’),” Celine Dion “My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from ‘Titanic’),” Celine Dion The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill
1999 “Smooth,” Santana featuring Rob Thomas “Smooth,” Santana featuring Rob Thomas Supernatural, Santana Christina Aguilera
2000 “Beautiful Day,” U2 “Beautiful Day,” U2 Two Against Nature, Steely Dan Shelby Lynne
2001 “Walk On,” U2 “Fallin’,” Alicia Keys O Brother, Where Art Thou?, various artists Alicia Keys
2002 “Don’t Know Why,” Norah Jones “Don’t Know Why,” Norah Jones Come Away with Me, Norah Jones Norah Jones
2003 “Clocks,” Coldplay “Dance with My Father,” Luther Vandross Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, OutKast Evanescence
2004 “Here We Go Again,” Ray Charles and Norah Jones “Daughters,” John Mayer Genius Loves Company, Ray Charles and various artists Maroon 5
2005 “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” Green Day “Sometimes You Can’t Make It on Your Own,” U2 How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, U2 John Legend
2006 “Not Ready to Make Nice,” Dixie Chicks “Not Ready to Make Nice,” Dixie Chicks Taking the Long Way, Dixie Chicks Carrie Underwood
2007 “Rehab,” Amy Winehouse “Rehab,” Amy Winehouse River: The Joni Letters, Herbie Hancock Amy Winehouse
2008 “Please Read the Letter,” Robert Plant and Alison Krauss “Viva la Vida,” Coldplay Raising Sand, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Adele
2009 “Use Somebody,” Kings of Leon “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” Beyoncé Fearless, Taylor Swift Zac Brown Band
2010 “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum The Suburbs, Arcade Fire Esperanza Spalding
2011 “Rolling in the Deep,” Adele “Rolling in the Deep,” Adele 21, Adele Bon Iver
2012 “Somebody That I Used to Know,” Gotye featuring Kimbra “We Are Young,” Fun. featuring Janelle Monáe Babel, Mumford & Sons Fun.
2013 “Get Lucky,” Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers “Royals,” Lorde Random Access Memories, Daft Punk Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
2014 “Stay with Me,” Sam Smith “Stay with Me,” Sam Smith Morning Phase, Beck Sam Smith
2015 “Uptown Funk,” Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars “Thinking Out Loud,” Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge 1989, Taylor Swift Meghan Trainor
2016 “Hello,” Adele “Hello,” Adele and Greg Kurstin 25, Adele Chance the Rapper
2017 “24K Magic,” Bruno Mars “That’s What I Like,” Bruno Mars 24K Magic, Bruno Mars Alessia Cara
2018 “This Is America,” Childish Gambino “This Is America,” Childish Gambino Golden Hour, Kacey Musgraves Dua Lipa
2019 “Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish “Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish Billie Eilish
2020 “Everything I Wanted,” Billie Eilish “I Can’t Breathe,” H.E.R. Folklore, Taylor Swift Megan Thee Stallion
2021 “Leave the Door Open,” Silk Sonic “Leave the Door Open,” Silk Sonic We Are, Jon Batiste Olivia Rodrigo
2022 “About Damn Time”, Lizzo “Just like that”, Bonnie Raitt Harry House, Harry Styles Samara Joy



What are the rules for winning a GRAMMY?

To be eligible for GRAMMY Award consideration, an album must contain greater than 75 percent playing time of newly recorded (within five years of the release date), previously unreleased recordings*. The current eligibility rule is 50 percent.

who have won the most Grammy ever?

Beyoncé has made GRAMMY history. Her win for Best Dance/Electronic Album for 'RENAISSANCE' put her GRAMMY total at 33, the most of all time

Who is the youngest person to have won a Grammy?

the youngest person to win a Grammy was 8-year-old Leah Peasall, who won in 2001. The Peasall Sisters were featured artists on the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

What is the eligibility period for Grammys 2023?

According to the official rules from the Recording Academy, in order to qualify for the 2023 Grammys, eligible music had to be released between Oct. 1, 2021, and Sept. 30, 2022.

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