2015 Grammys

About

57th Annual Grammy Awards featuring LL Cool J as the host for the fourth consecutive time. Sam Smith won the most awards with four.

Trivia

There were Lifetime Achievement awards presented to the Bee Gees, Buddy GuyFlaco JimenezGeorge Harrison and Pierre Boulez.

#21
award show
Boost
Aired
February 8, 2015
Host
LL Cool J
Most Nominations
Beyonce, Sam Smith, Pharrell
#21
award show
Boost

Winners

1
Beyoncé, 39
Best R&B Performance
2
Eminem, 48
Best Rap Album
3
Lady Gaga, 34
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
4
Sam Smith, 28
Record of the Year/Best New Artist/Best Pop Vocal Album
5
Kendrick Lamar, 33
Best Rap Performance
6
Carrie Underwood, 37
Best Country Solo Performance
7
Pharrell Williams, 47
Best Pop Solo Performance/Best Urban Contemporary Album
8
Hayley Williams, 32
Best Rock Song
9
Miranda Lambert, 37
Best Country Album
10
Toni Braxton, 53
Best R&B Album
11
Weird Al Yankovic, 61
Best Comedy Album
12
Lecrae Moore, 41
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song
13
Joan Rivers (1933-2014)
Best Spoken Word Album
14
Jack White, 45
Best Rock Performance
15
John Williams, 88
Best Instrumental Composition
16
Babyface, 61
Best R&B Album
17
Erica Campbell, 48
Best Gospel Album
18
Tony Bennett, 94
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
19
Carlos Vives, 59
Best Tropical Latin Album
20
St. Vincent, 38
Best Alternative Music Album
21
Beck, 50
Album of the Year/Best Rock Album
22
Ziggy Marley, 52
Best Reggae Album
23
Taylor York, 31
Best Rock Song
24
Max Martin, 49
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
25
Aphex Twin, 49
Best Dance/Electronic Album
26
Rosanne Cash, 65
Best American Roots Performance/Best Americana Album
27
Rubén Blades, 72
Best Latin Pop Album
28
Chick Corea, 79
Best Improvised Jazz Solo
29
Smokie Norful, 45
Best Gospel Performance/Song
30
Johnny Winter (1944-2014)
Best Blues Album
31
Angelique Kidjo, 60
Best World Music Album
32
Robert Glasper, 42
Best Traditional R&B Performance
33
Dianne Reeves, 64
Best Jazz Vocal Album
34
Jo-El Sonnier, 74
Best Regional Music Album