2017 Grammys

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59th annual ceremony in recognition of the best recordings, compositions, and artists in music. Adele won five awards, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year for "Hello."

Trivia

Adele performed a tribute to George Michael with the song "Fastlove." Demi LovatoTori KellyAndra Day and Little Big Town did a joint performance in tribute to the Bee Gees while The Time and Bruno Mars did a tribute to Prince.

#26
award show
Boost
Aired
February 12, 2017
Host
James Corden
Most Nominations
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#26
award show
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Winners

1
Beyoncé, 39
Best Urban Contemporary Album
2
Drake, 34
Best Rap/Sung Performance
3
Adele, 32
Record/Album/Song of the Year
4
Chance The Rapper, 27
Best New Artist / Best Rap Performance/Album
5
David Bowie (1947-2016)
Best Rock Performance/Song
6
Solange Knowles, 34
Best R&B Performance
7
Maren Morris, 30
Best Country Solo Performance
8
Willie Nelson, 87
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
9
Vicente Fernández, 81
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)
10
Kirk Franklin, 51
Best Gospel Album
11
John Williams, 89
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
12
Carol Burnett, 87
Best Spoken Word Album
13
Yo-Yo Ma, 65
Best World Music Album
14
Tamela Mann, 54
Best Gospel Performance/Song
15
Patton Oswalt, 52
Best Comedy Album
16
Ziggy Marley, 52
Best Reggae Album
17
Jacob Collier, 26
Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella
18
Hillary Scott, 34
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song
19
Vince Gill, 63
Best American Roots Song
20
Lalah Hathaway, 52
Best Traditional R&B Performance / Best R&B Album
21
Gregory Porter, 49
Best Jazz Vocal Album
22
Sturgill Simpson, 42
Best Country Album
23
Lori McKenna, 52
Best Country Song
24
Sarah Jarosz, 29
Best American Roots Performance/Best Folk Album
25
Chucho Valdés, 79
Best Latin Jazz Album
26
John Scofield, 69
Best Improvised Jazz Solo
27
Ted Nash (1922-2011)
Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album