2010 Grammys

About

52nd annual ceremony celebrating achievements in music. Beyonce Knowles won the most awards on the evening and Neil Young was honored as the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year.

Trivia

Taylor Swift won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, becoming the youngest to do so. The Kings of Leon song "Use Somebody" won Record of the Year while Zac Brown Band won Best New Artist.

#45
award show
Boost
Aired
January 31, 2010
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Most Nominations
Beyoncé
#45
award show
Boost

2010 Grammys Winners

1
Taylor Swift, 33
Album of the Year/Best Female Country Vocal Performance
2
Beyoncé, 41
Song of the Year / Best Female Pop/R&B Vocal Performance
3
Eminem, 50
Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group/Best Rap Album
4
Rihanna, 34
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
5
Kanye West, 45
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
6
Lady Gaga, 36
Best Dance Recording / Best Electronic/Dance Album
7
Jay-Z, 53
Best Rap Solo Performance / Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
8
50 Cent, 47
Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
9
Carrie Underwood, 39
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
10
Dr. Dre, 57
Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
11
Jamie Foxx, 55
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
12
David Guetta, 55
Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical
13
Michael Bublé, 47
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
14
Michael J. Fox, 61
Best Spoken Word Album
15
T-Pain, 38
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
16
Jeff Beck (1944-2023)
Best Rock Instrumental Performance
17
Keith Urban, 55
Best Male Country Vocal Performance
18
Bruce Springsteen, 73
Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance
19
Vicente Fernández (1940-2021)
Best Regional Mexican Album
20
Jason Mraz, 45
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance/Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
21
Stephen Colbert, 58
Best Comedy Album
22
Colbie Caillat, 37
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
23
Randy Travis, 63
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
24
Lupillo Rivera, 51
Best Banda Album
25
Ziggy Marley, 54
Best Children's Music Album
26
India Arie, 47
Best Urban/Alternative Performance
27
Imogen Heap, 45
Best Engineered Album, Non Classical
28
Israel Houghton, 51
Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album
29
Karen Clark-Sheard, 62
Best Gospel Performance
30
Maxwell, 49
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance/Best R&B Album
31
Steve Earle, 68
Best Contemporary Folk Album
32
Stephen Marley, 50
Best Reggae Album
33
Donnie McClurkin, 63
Best Gospel Performance
34
Heather Headley, 48
Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album
35
Michael Giacchino, 55
Best Score Soundtrack Album/Best Instrumental Composition
36
Levon Helm (1940-2012)
Best Americana Album
37
Luis Enrique, 60
Best Tropical Latin Album
38
Renee Fleming, 63
Best Classical Vocal Performance
39
Jason Crabb, 45
Best Southern/Country/Bluegrass Gospel Album
40
Steve Wariner, 68
Best Country Instrumental Performance
41
Ramblin' Jack Elliott, 91
Best Traditional Blues Album
42
Chucho Valdés, 81
Best Latin Jazz Album
43
Bela Fleck, 64
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
44
Loudon Wainwright III, 76
Best Traditional Folk Album
45
David Darling, 81
Best New Age Album
46
Jennifer Higdon, 60
Best Classical Contemporary Composition
47
Vladimir Ashkenazy, 85
Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra)
48
Sharon Isbin, 66
Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra)