2013 Grammys

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55th Annual Grammy Awards which saw Dan Auerbach take home the most gramophones (5). Auerbach tied Mumford and Sons, who also won the Album of the Year award for Babel, FunFrank Ocean and Kanye West for the most nominations on the night.

Trivia

The new categories Best Classical Compendium, Best Latin Jazz Album, and Best Urban Contemporary Album brought the number of awards from 78 to 81. Bruce Springsteen was honored with the MusiCares Person of the Year award.

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February 10, 2013
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2013 Grammys Winners

1
Beyoncé, 41
Best Traditional R&B Performance
2
Drake, 35
Best Rap Album
3
Rihanna, 34
Best Short Form Music Video
4
Kanye West, 45
Best Rap Performance
5
Adele, 34
Best Pop Solo Performance
6
Jay-Z, 52
Best Rap Performance
7
Jimmy Fallon, 48
Best Comedy Album
8
Kelly Clarkson, 40
Best Pop Vocal Album
9
Carrie Underwood, 39
Best Country Solo Performance
10
Usher, 43
Best R&B Performance
11
Frank Ocean, 34
Best Urban Contemporary Album
12
Paul McCartney, 80
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
13
Calvin Harris, 38
Best Short Form Music Video
14
Skrillex, 34
Best Dance Recording / Best Dance/Electronic Album
15
TobyMac, 57
Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
16
Miguel, 36
Best R&B Song
17
Gotye, 42
Record of the Year/Best Alternative Music Album
18
Lecrae Moore, 42
Best Gospel Album
19
Kimbra, 32
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
20
Trent Reznor, 57
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
21
Juanes, 50
Best Latin Pop Album
22
Esperanza Spalding, 37
Best Jazz Vocal Album
23
Janis Ian, 71
Best Spoken Word Album
24
Bonnie Raitt, 72
Best Americana Album
25
Ravi Shankar (1920-2012)
Best World Music Album
26
Jimmy Cliff, 74
Best Reggae Album
27
Matt Redman, 48
Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance
28
Arturo Sandoval, 72
Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album
29
Dr John (1940-2019)
Best Blues Album
30
Lila Downs, 54
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano)
31
Dan Auerbach, 43
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
32
Chick Corea (1941-2021)
Best Improvised Jazz Solo/Best Instrumental Composition
33
Atticus Ross, 54
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
34
Robert Glasper, 44
Best R&B Album
35
Chris Botti, 59
Best Pop Instrumental Album
36
Gil Evans (1912-1988)
Best Instrumental Arrangement
37
Stephen Hartke, 70
Best Classical Contemporary Composition