2014 Grammys

About

56th Annual Grammy Awards which saw Daft Punk earn top awards for Album of the Year and Record of the Year. Carole King was the recipient of MusiCares Person of the Year two days prior to the awards ceremony.

Trivia

Best Metal Performance became a stand-alone category after branching off from the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance category. The Beatles were one of seven artists to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.

#25
award show
Boost
Aired
January 26, 2014
Host
LL Cool J
Most Nominations
Jay-Z
#25
award show
Boost

Winners

1
Rihanna, 33
Best Urban Contemporary Album
2
Bruno Mars, 35
Best Pop Vocal Album
3
Adele, 32
Best Song Written for Visual Media
4
Justin Timberlake, 40
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
5
Jay-Z, 51
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
6
Alicia Keys, 40
Best R&B Album
7
Lorde, 24
Song of the Year/Best Pop Solo Performance
8
Pharrell Williams, 48
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
9
Macklemore, 37
Best New Artist/Best Rap Performance/Best Rap Album
10
Michael Bublé, 45
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
11
Kacey Musgraves, 32
Best Country Album
12
Kathy Griffin, 60
Best Comedy Album
13
Ryan Lewis, 33
Best New Artist/Best Rap Performance/Best Rap Album
14
Stephen Colbert, 56
Best Spoken Word Album
15
Darius Rucker, 54
Best Country Solo Performance
16
Tasha Cobbs, 39
Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance
17
Mandisa, 44
Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
18
Ziggy Marley, 52
Best Reggae Album
19
Tye Tribbett, 45
Best Gospel Song/Best Gospel Album
20
Draco Rosa, 51
Best Latin Pop Album
21
Lalah Hathaway, 52
Best R&B Performance
22
Gary Clark Jr., 37
Best Traditional R&B Performance
23
Ben Harper, 51
Best Blues Album
24
Herb Alpert, 86
Best Pop Instrumental Album
25
Gregory Porter, 49
Best Jazz Vocal Album
26
Paquito D'rivera, 72
Best Latin Jazz Album
27
Terri Lyne Carrington, 55
Best Jazz Instrumental Album
28
Guy Clark (1941-2016)
Best Folk Album
29
Wayne Shorter, 87
Best Improvised Jazz Solo
30
Charlie Musselwhite, 77
Best Blues Album