Here is the full list of winners at Sunday’s 50th Annual Grammy Awards.
Album of the Year: “River: The Joni Letters,” Herbie Hancock.
Record of the Year: “Rehab,” Amy Winehouse.
Song of the Year: “Rehab,” Amy Winehouse (Amy Winehouse).
New Artist: Amy Winehouse.
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Mark Ronson.
Pop Vocal Album: “Back to Black,” Amy Winehouse.
Female Pop Vocal Performance: “Rehab,” Amy Winehouse.
Male Pop Vocal Performance: “What Goes Around…Comes Around,” Justin Timberlake.
Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “Makes Me Wonder,” Maroon 5.
Pop Collaboration With Vocals: “Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On),” Robert Plant & Alison Krauss.
Pop Instrumental Album: “The Mix-Up,” Beastie Boys.
Pop Instrumental Performance: “One Week Last Summer,” Joni Mitchell.
Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Call Me Irresponsible,” Michael Buble.
Alternative Music Album: “Icky Thump,” The White Stripes.
Rock Album: “Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace,” Foo Fighters.
Rock Song: “Radio Nowhere,” Bruce Springsteen, songwriter (Bruce Springsteen).
Solo Rock Vocal Performance: “Radio Nowhere,” Bruce Springsteen.
Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “Icky Thump,” The White Stripes.
Hard Rock Performance: “The Pretender,” Foo Fighters.
Metal Performance: “Final Six,” Slayer.
Rock Instrumental Performance: “Once Upon a Time in The West,” Bruce Springsteen.
Rap Album: “Graduation,” Kanye West.
Rap Solo Performance: “Stronger,” Kanye West.
Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: “Southside,” Common, featuring Kanye West.
Rap/Sung Collaboration: “Umbrella,” Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z.
Rap Song: “Good Life,” Aldrin Davis, Mike Dean, Faheem Najm & Kanye West, songwriters (J. Ingram & Q. Jones, songwriters) (Kanye West Featuring T-Pain).
Country Album: “These Days,” Vince Gill.
Country Song: “Before He Cheats,” Josh Kear & Chris Tompkins, songwriters (Carrie Underwood).
Female Country Vocal Performance: “Before He Cheats,” Carrie Underwood.
Male Country Vocal Performance: “Stupid Boy,” Keith Urban.
Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “How Long,” Eagles.
Country Collaboration With Vocals: “Lost Highway,” Willie Nelson & Ray Price.
Country Instrumental Performance: “Throttleneck,” Brad Paisley.
R&B Album: “Funk This,” Chaka Khan.
R&B Song: “No One,” Dirty Harry, Kerry Brothers & Alicia Keys, songwriters (Alicia Keys).
Contemporary R&B Album: “Because of You,” Ne-Yo.
Female R&B Vocal Performance: “No One,” Alicia Keys.
Male R&B Vocal Performance: “Future Baby Mama,” Prince.
R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “Disrespectful,” Chaka Khan, featuring Mary J. Blige.
Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: “In My Songs,” Gerald Levert.
Urban/Alternative Performance: “Daydreamin’,” Lupe Fiasco, featuring Jill Scott.
Dance Recording: “LoveStoned/I Think She Knows,” Justin Timberlake, Nate (Danja) Hills, Timbaland & Justin Timberlake, producers; Jimmy Douglass & Timbaland, mixers.
Electronic/Dance Album: “We Are the Night,” The Chemical Brothers.
Bluegrass Album: “The Bluegrass Diaries,” Jim Lauderdale.
Traditional Blues Album: “Last of the Great Mississippi Delta Bluesmen: Live In Dallas,” Henry James Townsend, Joe Willie “Pinetop” Perkins, Robert Lockwood Jr. & David “Honeyboy” Edwards.
Contemporary Blues Album: “The Road to Escondido,” JJ Cale & Eric Clapton.
New Age Album: “Crestone,” Paul Winter Consort.
Contemporary Jazz Album: “River: The Joni Letters,” Herbie Hancock.
Jazz Vocal Album: “Avant Gershwin,” Patti Austin.
Jazz Instrumental Solo: “Anagram,” Michael Brecker, soloist.
Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: “Pilgrimage,” Michael Brecker.
Large Jazz Ensemble Album: “A Tale of God’s Will (A Requiem for Katrina),” Terence Blanchard.
Latin Jazz Album: “Funk Tango,” Paquito D’Rivera Quintet.
Latin Pop Album: “El Tren De Los Momentos,” Alejandro Sanz.
Latin Rock or Alternative Album: “No Hay Espacio,” Black:Guayaba.
Latin Urban Album: “Residente O Visitante,” Calle 13.
Tropical Latin Album: “La Llave De Mi Corazon,” Juan Luis Guerra.
Mexican/Mexican-American Album: “100 (Percent) Mexicano,” Pepe Aguilar.
Tejano Album: “Before the Next Teardrop Falls,” Little Joe & La Familia.
Norteno Album: “Detalles Y Emociones,” Los Tigres Del Norte.
Banda Album: “Te Va A Gustar,” El Chapo.
Traditional Folk Album: “Dirt Farmer,” Levon Helm.
Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: “Washington Square Serenade,” Steve Earle.
Native American Music Album: “Totemic Flute Chants,” Johnny Whitehorse.
Hawaiian Music Album: “Treasures of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar,” Various Artists, Daniel Ho, George Kahumoku Jr., Paul Konwiser & Wayne Wong, producers.
Zydeco or Cajun Music Album: “Live! Worldwide,” Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience.
Reggae: “Mind Control,” Stephen Marley.
Traditional World Music Album: “African Spirit,” Soweto Gospel Choir.
Contemporary World Music Album: “Djin Djin,” Angelique Kidjo.
Polka Album: “Come Share the Wine,” Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra.
Gospel Performance: “Blessed & Highly Favored,” The Clark Sisters; “Never Gonna Break My Faith,” Aretha Franklin & Mary J. Blige (Featuring The Harlem Boys Choir). (Tie.)
Gospel Song: “Blessed & Highly Favored,” Karen Clark-Sheard, songwriter (The Clark Sisters).
Rock or Rap Gospel Album: “Before the Daylight’s Shot,” Ashley Cleveland.
Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: “A Deeper Level,” Israel and New Breed.
Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album: “Salt of the Earth,” Ricky Skaggs & The Whites.
Traditional Gospel Album: “Live — One Last Time,” The Clark Sisters.
Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: “Free to Worship,” Fred Hammond.
Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: Love (The Beatles) George Martin & Giles Martin, producers (Apple Records/Capitol Records).
Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: “Ratatouille,” Michael Giacchino, composer.
Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: “Love You I Do (From Dreamgirls),” Siedah Garrett & Henry Krieger, songwriters (Jennifer Hudson).
Musical Show Album: “Spring Awakening,” Duncan Sheik, producer; Duncan Sheik, composer; Steven Sater, lyricist (Original Broadway Cast With Jonathan Groff, Lea Michele & Others).
Musical Album for Children: “A Green and Red Christmas,” The Muppets.
Spoken Word: “The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream,” Barack Obama.
Spoken Word Album for Children: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” Jim Dale.
Comedy Album: “The Distant Future,” Flight of the Conchords.
Instrumental Composition: “Cerulean Skies,” Maria Schneider, composer (Maria Schneider Orchestra).
Instrumental Arrangement: “In a Silent Way,” Vince Mendoza, arranger (Joe Zawinul).
Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): “I’m Gonna Live Till I Die,” John Clayton, arranger (Queen Latifah).
Engineered Album, Non-Classical: “Beauty & Crime,” Tchad Blake, Cameron Craig, Emery Dobyns & Jimmy Hogarth, engineers (Suzanne Vega).
Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: “Bring the Noise (Benny Benassi Sfaction Remix),” Benny Benassi, remixer (Public Enemy).
Surround Sound: “Love,” Paul Hicks, surround mix engineer; Tim Young, surround mastering engineer; George Martin & Giles Martin, surround producers (The Beatles).
Classical Album: “Tower: Made in America,” Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Tim Handley, producer; Tim Handley, engineer/mixer (Nashville Symphony).
Orchestral Performance: “Tower: Made in America,” Leonard Slatkin, conductor (Nashville Symphony).
Producer of the Year, Classical: Judith Sherman.
Engineered Album, Classical: “Grechaninov: Passion Week,” John Newton, engineer (Charles Bruffy, Phoenix Bach Choir & Kansas City Chorale).
Opera Recording: “Humperdinck: Hansel & Gretel,” Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor; Rebecca Evans, Jane Henschel & Jennifer Larmore; Brian Couzens, producer (Sarah Coppen, Diana Montague & Sarah Tynan; New London Children’s Choir; Philharmonia Orchestra).
Choral Performance: “Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem,” Simon Rattle, conductor; Simon Halsey, chorus master (Thomas Quasthoff & Dorothea Roschmann; Rundfunkchor Berlin; Berliner Philharmoniker).
Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra): “Barber/Korngold/Walton: Violin Concertos,” Bramwell Tovey, conductor; James Ehnes (Vancouver Symphony Orchestra).
Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra): “Beethoven Sonatas, Vol. 3,” Garrick Ohlsson.
Chamber Music Performance: “Strange Imaginary Animals,” Eighth Blackbird.
Small Ensemble Performance: “Stravinsky: Apollo, Concerto in D; Prokofiev: 20 Visions Fugitives,” Yuri Bashmet, conductor; Moscow Soloists.
Classical Vocal Performance: “Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Sings Peter Lieberson: Neruda Songs,” Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (James Levine; Boston Symphony Orchestra).
Classical Contemporary Composition: “Made in America,” Joan Tower (Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Nashville Symphony Orchestra).
Classical Crossover Album: “A Love Supreme: The Legacy of John Coltrane,” Turtle Island Quartet.
Short Form Music Video: “God’s Gonna Cut You Down,” Johnny Cash.
Long Form Music Video: “The Confessions Tour,” Madonna.
Recording Package: “Cassadaga,” Zachary Nipper, art director (Bright Eyes).
Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: “What It Is!: Funky Soul and Rare Grooves (1967-1977),” Masaki Koike, art director.
Album Notes: “John Work, III: Recording Black Culture,” Bruce Nemerov, album notes writer.
Historical Album: “The Live Wire — Woody Guthrie in Performance 1949,” Nora Guthrie & Jorge Arevalo Mateus, compilation producers; Jamie Howarth, Steve Rosenthal, Warren Russell-Smith & Dr. Kevin Short, mastering engineers (Woody Guthrie).
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