56th Annual Grammy Awards

The 56th Annual Grammy Awards presentation was held on January 26, 2014, at Staples Center in Los Angeles.[2] The show was broadcast on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT and was hosted for the third time by LL Cool J. The show was moved to January to avoid competing with the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, as was the case in 2010.

The eligibility period for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards was October 1, 2012, to September 30, 2013.[3] The nominations were announced on December 6, 2013 during a live televised concert on CBS, The Grammy Nominations Concert Live – Countdown to Music's Biggest Night.[4] Jay Z received the most nominations with nine. Justin Timberlake, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Pharrell Williams each received seven nominations. Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams were nominated twice for both Album of the Year and Record of the Year. Sound engineer Bob Ludwig received the most nominations by a non-performing artist, with five.[5][6]

Daft Punk won five awards,[7] including Album of the Year for Random Access Memories and Record of the Year, with Pharrell Williams, for "Get Lucky".[8][9] Macklemore & Ryan Lewis won four trophies, including Best New Artist, and led an industry show of support for gay marriage with a performance of their song "Same Love" to accompany a mass wedding of gay and heterosexual couples, which was presided over by Queen Latifah.[10][11] Lorde's "Royals" received awards for Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year.[12][13] Carole King was honored as MusiCares Person of the Year on January 24, two days prior to the awards ceremony.[14]

On June 4, 2013, the Recording Academy approved a number of changes recommended by its Awards & Nominations Committee, including adding a new category for Best Americana Song to the American Music field. This songwriters' award will encompass all the subgenres in this field such as Americana, bluegrass, blues, folk, and regional roots music. The Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance category was renamed Best Metal Performance and became a stand-alone category. Hard rock performances will now be screened in the Best Rock Performance category. The Music Video field will become the Best Music Video/Film field. Its two categories will be renamed: Best Short Form Music Video will now be known as Best Music Video and Best Long Form Music Video will change into Best Music Film. These changes bring the total number of categories at the 2014 Grammy Awards to 82, up from 81 at the 2013 Grammy Awards.[15]

56th Annual Grammy Awards
56th Grammys
Official poster
DateJanuary 26, 2014
5:00–8:30 p.m. PST
LocationStaples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Hosted byLL Cool J
Most awardsDaft Punk (5)
Most nominationsJay-Z (9)
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCBS
Viewership28.5 million viewers.[1]

Performers

Artist(s) Song(s)
Beyoncé
Jay-Z
"Drunk in Love"
Lorde "Royals"
Hunter Hayes "Invisible"
Katy Perry
Juicy J
"Dark Horse"
Robin Thicke
Chicago
"Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?"
"Beginnings"
"Saturday in the Park"
"Blurred Lines"
Keith Urban
Gary Clark, Jr.[16]
"Cop Car"
John Legend "All of Me"
Taylor Swift[17] "All Too Well"
Pink
Nate Ruess
"Try"
"Just Give Me a Reason"
Ringo Starr "Photograph"
Kendrick Lamar
Imagine Dragons[18]
"m.A.A.d city"
"Radioactive"
Pitbull "Celebrate"
Kacey Musgraves "Follow Your Arrow"
Paul McCartney
Ringo Starr
"Queenie Eye"
Merle Haggard
Kris Kristofferson
Willie Nelson
Blake Shelton[19]
"Highwayman"
"Okie from Muskogee"
"Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"
Daft Punk
Nile Rodgers
Stevie Wonder
Pharrell Williams
"Get Lucky"
"Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger"
"Lose Yourself to Dance"
"Le Freak"
"Another Star"
"Around the World"
Sara Bareilles
Carole King[17]
"Beautiful"
"Brave"
Metallica
Lang Lang[20]
"One"
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis[17]
Mary Lambert
Madonna[21]
Queen Latifah
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
"Same Love"
"Open Your Heart"
Billie Joe Armstrong
Miranda Lambert[16]
Tribute to Phil Everly
"When Will I Be Loved"
Nine Inch Nails
Queens of the Stone Age
Dave Grohl
Lindsey Buckingham[22]
"Copy of A"
"My God Is the Sun"

Presenters

Winners and nominees

The winners and nominees per category were:[23]

General

Record of the Year
Album of the Year
Song of the Year
Best New Artist

Pop

Best Pop Solo Performance
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Best Pop Instrumental Album
Best Pop Vocal Album

Dance/Electronica

Best Dance Recording
Best Dance/Electronica Album

Traditional Pop

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Rock

Best Rock Performance
Best Metal Performance
Best Rock Song
Best Rock Album

Alternative

Best Alternative Music Album

R&B

Best R&B Performance
Best Traditional R&B Performance
Best R&B Song
Best Urban Contemporary Album
Best R&B Album

Rap

Best Rap Performance
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
Best Rap Song
Best Rap Album

Country

Best Country Solo Performance
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Best Country Song
Best Country Album

New Age

Best New Age Album

Jazz

Best Improvised Jazz Solo
Best Jazz Vocal Album
Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album
Best Latin Jazz Album

Gospel/Contemporary Christian

Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance
Best Gospel Song
Best Contemporary Christian Music Song
Best Gospel Album
Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

Latin

Best Latin Pop Album
Best Latin Rock Urban or Alternative Album
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)
Best Tropical Latin Album

Americana Music

Best Americana Song
Best Americana Album
Best Bluegrass Album
  • The Streets of BaltimoreDel McCoury Band
  • It's Just a Road — The Boxcars
  • Brothers of the Highway — Dailey & Vincent
  • This World Oft Can BeDella Mae
  • Three Chords and the Truth — James King
Best Blues Album
Best Folk Album
Best Regional Roots Music Album
  • Dockside Sessions — Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience
  • The Life & Times Of...The Hot 8 Brass Band — Hot 8 Brass Band
  • Hula Ku'i — Kahulanui
  • Le Fou — Zachary Richard
  • Apache & Crown Dance Songs — Joe Tohonnie Jr.

Reggae

Best Reggae Album

World Music

Best World Music Album

Children's

Best Children's Album

Spoken Word

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Story Telling)

Comedy

Best Comedy Album

Musical Show

Best Musical Theater Album

Music for Visual Media

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
  • Sound City: Real to ReelDave Grohl & Various Artists
  • Django Unchained – Various Artists
  • The Great Gatsby (Deluxe Edition) – Various Artists
  • Les Misérables (Deluxe Edition) – Various Artists
  • Muscle Shoals – Various Artists
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
Best Song Written for Visual Media

Composing/Arranging

Best Instrumental Composition
  • "Pensamientos For Solo Alto Saxophone And Chamber Orchestra"
    • Clare Fischer, composer (The Clare Fischer Orchestra)
  • " Away"
    • Chuck Owen, composer (Chuck Owen & The Jazz Surge)
  • "California Pictures For String Quartet"
    • Gordon Goodwin, composer (Quartet San Francisco)
  • "Koko On The Boulevard"
  • "String Quartet No. 1: Funky Diversion In Three Parts"
    • Vince Mendoza, composer (Quartet San Francisco)
Best Instrumental Arrangement
  • "On Green Dolphin Street"
    • Gordon Goodwin, arranger (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band)
  • "Invitation"
    • Kim Richmond, arranger (The Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra)
  • "Side Hikes – A Ridge Away"
    • Chuck Owen, arranger (Chuck Owen & The Jazz Surge)
  • "Skylark"
    • Nan Schwartz, arranger (Amy Dickson)
  • "Wild Beauty"
    • Gil Goldstein, arranger (Brussels Jazz Orchestra Featuring Joe Lovano)
Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)

Crafts

Best Recording Package
Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package
  • Wings Over America (Deluxe Edition)
  • The Brussels Affair
  • How Do You Do (Limited Edition Box Set)
  • The Road To Red Rocks (Special Edition)
  • The Smith Tapes
    • Masaki Koike, art director (Various Artists)
Best Album Notes
Best Historical Album
  • Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland 1965 (tie)
    • Teri Landi, Andrew Loog Oldham & Steve Rosenthal, compilation producers; Bob Ludwig, mastering engineer (The Rolling Stones)
  • The Complete Sussex And Columbia Albums (tie)
    • Leo Sacks, compilation producer; Joseph M. Palmaccio, Tom Ruff & Mark Wilder, mastering engineers (Bill Withers)
  • Call It Art 1964-1965
    • Joe Lizzi & Ben Young, compilation producers; Steve Fallone, Joe Lizzi & Ben Young, mastering engineers (New York Art Quartet)
  • Pictures Of Sound: One Thousand Years Of Educed Audio: 980–1980
    • Patrick Feaster & Steven Ledbetter, compilation producers; Michael Graves, mastering engineer (Various Artists)
  • Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen (Deluxe Edition)
    • Philip Siney, compilation producer; Ben Turner, mastering engineer (Sir Georg Solti)

Production

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

Production, Surround Sound

Best Surround Sound Album
  • Live Kisses
  • Sailing the Seas of Cheese (Deluxe Edition)
  • Signature Sound Opus One
    • Leslie Ann Jones, surround mix engineer; Michael Romanowski, surround mastering engineer; Herbert Waltl, surround producer (various artists)
  • Sixteen Sunsets
    • Jim Anderson, surround mix engineer; Darcy Proper, surround mastering engineer; Jim Anderson & Jane Ira Bloom, surround producers (Jane Ira Bloom)
  • Sprung Rhythm
    • Daniel Shores, surround mix engineer; Daniel Shores, surround mastering engineer; Dan Merceruio, surround producer (Richard Scerbo & Inscape)

Production, Classical

Best Engineered Album, Classical
Producer of the Year, Classical
  • David Frost
    • Andres: Home Stretch (Timo Andres, Andrew Cyr & Metropolis Ensemble)
    • Angel Heart, A Music Storybook (Matt Haimovitz & Uccello)
    • Beethoven: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 2 (Jonathan Biss)
    • Ben-Haim: Chamber Works (ARC Ensemble)
    • Celebrating The American Spirit (Judith Clurman & Essential Voices USA)
    • Elgar: Enigma Variations; Vaughan Williams: The Wasps; Greensleeves (Michael Stern & Kansas City Symphony)
    • Guilty Pleasures (Renée Fleming, Sebastian Lang-Lessing & Philharmonia Orchestra)
    • Verdi: Otello (Riccardo Muti, Aleksandrs Antonenko, Krassimira Stoyanova, Carlo Guelfi, Chicago Symphony Chorus & Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
    • Winter Morning Walks (Dawn Upshaw, Maria Schneider, Australian Chamber Orchestra & St. Paul Chamber Orchestra)
  • Manfred Eicher
    • Beethoven: Diabelli-Variationen (András Schiff)
    • Canto Oscuro (Anna Gourari)
    • Pärt: Adam's Lament (Tõnu Kaljuste, Latvian Radio Choir, Vox Clamantis, Sinfonietta Riga, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir & Tallinn Chamber Orchestra)
    • Tabakova: String Paths (Maxim Rysanov)
  • Marina A. Ledin, Victor Ledin
    • Bizet: Symphony In C; Jeux D'Enfants; Variations Chromatiques (Martin West & San Francisco Ballet Orchestra)
    • Traveling Sonata – European Music For Flute & Guitar (Viviana Guzmán & Jérémy Jouve)
    • Voyages (Conrad Tao)
    • Zia (Del Sol String Quartet)
  • James Mallinson
    • Berlioz: Grande Messe Des Morts (Colin Davis, London Symphony Chorus, London Philharmonic Choir & London Symphony Orchestra)
    • Bloch: Symphony In C-Sharp Minor & Poems Of The Sea (Dalia Atlas & London Symphony Orchestra)
    • Fauré: Requiem; Bach: Partita, Chorales & Ciaccona (Nigel Short, Tenebrae & London Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble)
    • Nielsen: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 (Colin Davis & London Symphony Orchestra)
    • Wagner: Das Rheingold (Valery Gergiev, René Pape, Stephan Rügamer, Nikolai Putilin & Mariinsky Orchestra)
    • Wagner: Die Walküre (Valery Gergiev, Anja Kampe, Jonas Kaufmann, René Pape, Nina Stemme & Mariinsky Orchestra)
    • Weber: Der Freischütz (Colin Davis, Christine Brewer, Sally Matthews, Simon O'Neill, London Symphony Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra)
  • Jay David Saks
    • Adams: Nixon In China (John Adams, Russell Braun, Ginger Costa-Jackson, James Maddalena, Janis Kelly, Richard Paul Fink, Robert Brubaker, Kathleen Kim, The Metropolitan Opera Chorus & Orchestra)
    • Adès: The Tempest (Thomas Adès, Audrey Luna, Isabel Leonard, Alan Oke, Simon Keenlyside, Metropolitan Opera Chorus & Orchestra)
    • The Enchanted Island (William Christie, Joyce DiDonato, David Daniels, Danielle De Niese, Luca Pisaroni, Lisette Oropesa, Plácido Domingo, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Chorus)
    • Handel: Rodelinda (Harry Bicket, Renée Fleming, Andreas Scholl, Joseph Kaiser, Stephanie Blythe, Iestyn Davies, Shenyang & The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
    • Live At Carnegie Hall (James Levine, Evgeny Kissin & The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
    • Verdi: Rigoletto (Michele Mariotti, Željko Lu_i_, Diana Damrau, Piotr Beczala, Oksana Volkova, Štefan Kocán, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Chorus)

Classical

Best Orchestral Performance
Best Opera Recording
Best Choral Performance

Performers who are not eligible for an award (such as orchestras, soloists or choirs) are mentioned in parentheses

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance
Best Classical Instrumental Solo
Best Classical Vocal Solo
Best Classical Compendium
  • Hindemith: Violinkonzert; Symphonic ; Konzertmusik
  • Holmboe: Concerto
    • Dima Slobodeniouk (conductor), Preben Iwan (producer)
  • Tabakova: String Paths
Best Classical Contemporary Composition

Music Video

Best Music Video
Best Music Film
  • Live KissesPaul McCartney
    • Jonas Åkerlund, video director; Violaine Etienne, Aron Levine & Scott Rodger, video producers
  • Live 2012Coldplay
    • Paul Dugdale, video director; Jim Parsons, video producer
  • ¡Cuatro!Green Day
    • Tim Wheeler, video director; Tim Lynch, video producer
  • I'm in I'm out and I'm Gone: The Making of Get Up!Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite
    • Danny Clinch, video director; Ben Harper, video producer
  • The Road to Red RocksMumford & Sons
    • Nicolas Jack Davies & Frederick Scott, video directors; Dan Bowen, video producer

Special Merit Awards

MusiCares Person of the Year

Lifetime Achievement Award

Trustees Award

Technical Grammy Award

Music Educator Award

Grammy Hall of Fame inductions

Title Artist Record Label Year of Release Genre Format
After the Gold Rush Neil Young and Crazy Horse Reprise 1970 Folk Rock Album
All Things Must Pass George Harrison Apple 1970 Rock Album
The Chicago Transit Authority Chicago Columbia 1969 Progressive Rock Album
Cosmo's Factory Creedence Clearwater Revival Fantasy 1970 Rock Album
Doc Watson Doc Watson Vanguard 1964 Folk Album
"Fortunate Son" Creedence Clearwater Revival Fantasy 1969 Rock Single
"Georgia on My Mind" Hoagy Carmichael & his Orchestra (featuring Bix Beiderbecke on Cornet) Victor 1930 Jazz Single
"Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine" James Brown King 1970 Funk Single
"Honky Tonk Women" The Rolling Stones London 1969 Hard Rock Single
"Jolene" Dolly Parton RCA Nashville 1973 Country Pop Single
The Joshua Tree U2 Island 1987 Rock Album
Kristofferson Kris Kristofferson Monument 1970 Country Album
"Low Rider" War United Artists 1975 Funk Single
Mary Poppins Cast including Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber and others Walt Disney 1964 Soundtrack Album
"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" Louis Armstrong Decca 1938 Negro Spiritual Single
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" B. J. Thomas Scepter 1969 Easy Listening Single
"Rapper's Delight" The Sugarhill Gang Sugar Hill 1979 Old-school hip hop Single
Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet Miles Davis & his Quintet Prestige 1958 Jazz Album
"The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" Gil Scott-Heron Flying Dutchman 1971 Funk Single
"Strange Things Happening Every Day" Sister Rosetta Tharpe Decca 1944 Negro Spiritual Single
"Sweet Home Chicago" Robert Johnson Vocalion 1936 Blues Single
"3 O'Clock Blues" B.B. King RPM 1951 R&B Single
"Under the Boardwalk" The Drifters Atlantic 1964 Pop Single
"Walk This Way" Run-D.M.C. featuring Aerosmith Profile 1986 Rap Rock Single
"(What a) Wonderful World" Sam Cooke Keen 1960 R&B Single
Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More Various Artists including John Sebastian, Joan Baez, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Cotillion 1970 Soundtrack Album
"Yardbird Suite" Charlie Parker & his Septet Dial 1946 Bebop Single

In Memoriam

The following people appeared in the In Memoriam segment:[25][26]

Artists with multiple wins and nominations

The following artists received multiple nominations:

The following artists received multiple awards:[7]

Live-GIFs

The 56th Annual Grammy Awards were the first in the show's history to incorporate comprehensive Live-GIF integration through Tumblr. Creative agency Deckhouse Digital was hired to facilitate the integration, producing more than 50 animated GIFs during the live broadcast and publishing them to the official Grammy tumblr page in real time.[27] The images contributed to the more than 5.1 million reblogs and likes that Grammy related posts received on the blogging site, and the record breaking 34 million combined social media interactions related to the live broadcast.[28]

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External links

Build Me Up from Bones

Build Me Up From Bones is the third studio album by American folk and bluegrass singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz, released on September 24, 2013 on Sugar Hill Records. It was recorded and mixed at Minutia Studios in Nashville, TN, by Gary Paczosa, with additional engineering by Brandon Bell and Shani Gandhi. This is the third studio collaboration between Jarosz and Paczosa. Build Me Up from Bones was nominated for Best Folk Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, and its title track was nominated for Best American Roots Song.

Deondray Gossett

Deondray Earl Gossett also credited as Deondray Gossfield (born May 20, 1973) is an American producer, director, screenwriter, and actor. Gossett was part of the creative team that brought the short-lived GLAAD-award-winning series The DL Chronicles to cable TV in 2007.

In a career spanning more than two decades, Gossett's work has covered many themes and genres. Gossett's early acting work included roles in Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit and guest roles on TV series such as The Hughleys, Roswell, and The Parent 'Hood.

Gossett and Gossett's business and domestic partner, Quincy LeNear wrote Had U, which won first place at Showtime's Digital Media Festival for Best Experimental Short in 2000. Thereafter, Gossett and LeNear worked on The DL Chronicles, and thereafter gained work as producers on reality TV shows such as America's Best Dance Crew, The Sing Off, Shake It Up Make Your Mark Ultimate Dance Off, Family Dance Off, The World Dog Awards, Roast of Justin Bieber, and the talk show Kocktails with Khloé.

Gossett and LeNear were married on national television during the 2014 56th Annual Grammy Awards during Macklemore's "Same Love" performance, officiated by Queen Latifah, featuring Madonna.

Dualtone Records

Dualtone Records is an American record label specializing in folk, Americana, and indie rock. It was founded in 2001 by Scott Robinson and Dan Herrington. The company is run by Robinson and the label's president, Paul Roper. Albums are distributed by the Alternative Distribution Alliance. On January 20, 2016, Entertainment One acquired Dualtone Records.

Duke Dumont

Adam George Dyment (born 27 August 1982), better known by his stage name Duke Dumont, is a British musician, songwriter, DJ and record producer. He is best known for the singles "Need U (100%)", "I Got U", "Ocean Drive" and "Won't Look Back" which both reached number one and number two on the UK Singles Chart respectively. He owns the record label Blasé Boys Club and has also used it as an alias for production. He has remixed a number of songs, including several which have charted in the United Kingdom. In 2014, "Need U (100%)", was nominated for "Best Dance Recording" for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Next year, "I Got U" featuring Jax Jones was nominated in the same category.

Faith, Hope y Amor

Faith, Hope y Amor is the seventh studio album released by Frankie J on May 28, 2013. It was nominated for Best Latin Pop Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

Hacienda (album)

Hacienda is the eighth studio album by Grammy Award nominated Jazz band Jeff Lorber Fusion. Hacienda was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards (held on January 26 2014) losing to Herb Alpert for Steppin' Out.

Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album

The Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album is an award presented by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. It began to be presented at the 2012 ceremony. The awards replaced the previous awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Album, Best Male Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals.In 2012, ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? by Jesse & Joy won this award and it was nominated for Album of the Year; it also was nominated for the Best Latin Pop Album category at the 2013 Grammy Awards.

In 2013, La Música No Se Toca by Alejandro Sanz, Papitwo by Miguel Bosé and Vida by Draco Rosa, all were nominated for this award and for Album of the Year. Sanz received the award, and Vida by Draco Rosa won Album of the Year; Vida also won for Best Latin Pop Album, and was nominated alongside Syntek by Aleks Syntek at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

In 2014, Elypse by Camila won this award and was nominated for Album of the Year. Also, they were nominated for the Best Latin Pop Album category at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.

In 2015, Sirope by Alejandro Sanz won this award and was nominated for Album of the Year. Also, Sirope, Terral by Pablo Alborán and A Quien Quiera Escuchar by Ricky Martin, all were nominated for the Best Latin Pop Album category at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

In 2016, Tour Terral: Tres Noches en Las Ventas by Pablo Alborán and Un Besito Más by Jesse & Joy , both were nominated for this award and for Album of the Year.

In 2017, El Dorado by Shakira won this award and was nominated for Album of the Year.

Latin Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

The Latin Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album is an award presented at the Latin Grammy Awards since 2012. The award replaced the previous awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Album, Best Male Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals.In 2013, Lo Mejor Que Hay En Mi Vida by Andrés Cepeda, Tanto by Pablo Alborán and Natalie Cole en Español by Natalie Cole, all were nominated for this award and for Album of the Year. Lo Mejor Que Hay En Mi Vida by Andrés Cepeda won this award. Viajero Frecuente by Ricardo Montaner was nominated for this award and it received a nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

In 2014, Sinfónico by Fonseca and the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia won this award and was nominated for Album of the Year.

In 2015, Orígenes: El Bolero Volumen 3 by Café Quijano was nominated for this award and for Album of the Year.

In 2016, Los Dúo 2 by Juan Gabriel became the first album to win this award and Album of the Year.

In 2018, Prometo by Pablo Alborán was nominated for this award and for Album of the Year.

Laura Sullivan (composer)

Laura Sullivan is an American composer, arranger, pianist, producer, author, and a New-age, World, Spoken Word, Native American, and Pop music artist. She has worked with leading musicians of the industry and Grammy award winners including Eric Sullivan, Nancy Rumbel, Jeff Oster, Eugene Friesen, and Will Ackerman. She is best known for her album, Love's River, which won the Grammy Award for Best New Age Album in the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Love’s River was recognized as one of the best commercial productions by Will Ackerman after 2009.

Luke James

Luke James Boyd is an American singer, songwriter and actor. He began his musical career singing background for R&B artist Tyrese , where he met and was soon mentored for several years by Super producers The Underdogs with an acquaintance, Quentin, under Luke & Q. He was signed directly to J Records by Clive Davis himself and later wrote songs for musicians such as Chris Brown, Britney Spears, Keri Hilson, and Justin Bieber. Under the management of record producer Danja, James released his first mixtape, #Luke, in 2011. The mixtape's critically acclaimed single "I Want You" earned him a Best R&B Performance nomination at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Like the first project, he released his second mixtape, Whispers in the Dark, as a free music download in 2012. His self-titled debut studio album was released on September 23, 2014. In 2017, he starred as R&B singer Johnny Gill in the anticipated TV biopic of R&B sextet New Edition in BET's The New Edition Story. On February 21, 2017, James announced on Twitter the title of his second album would be 'JOY'.

New Slaves

"New Slaves" is a song performed by American hip hop recording artist Kanye West, taken from his sixth studio album Yeezus (2013). It was produced by West and Ben Bronfman, with additional production from Mike Dean, Travis Scott, Noah Goldstein, Sham Joseph and Che Pope. The song features vocals from American recording artist Frank Ocean, whom West previously collaborated with on Watch the Throne (2011). The song discusses slavery and segregation as well as racism in general, materialism, and stereotypes of African Americans in the United States. The song, despite not having been released as a single, charted in Canada, France, the United Kingdom and United States in 2013.

The song's conclusion features Ocean singing over a sample of "Gyöngyhajú lány" (1969) by Hungarian rock band Omega. It was nominated for Best Rap Song at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

Pacific Mambo Orchestra

Pacific Mambo Orchestra is a Latin dance music orchestra based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Their debut album was released in October 2012, and they received a Grammy Award for the album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

Steppin' Out (Herb Alpert album)

Steppin' Out is an album by Herb Alpert, released by the record label Shout! Factory

on November 19, 2013. In the United States, the album reached a peak position of number fifteen on Billboard's Jazz Albums chart, and earned Alpert a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards on January 26 2014.

Summer Horns

Summer Horns is a collaboration album by Dave Koz, Gerald Albright, Mindi Abair & Richard Elliot and was released on May 7, 2013. The album was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards (held on January 26, 2014) losing to Steppin' Out by Herb Alpert.

Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Natasha Tameika "Tasha" Cobbs Leonard (born July 7, 1981) is an urban contemporary gospel musician and songwriter. She released the extended play Grace in 2013 with EMI Gospel (now Motown Gospel). The EP reached number 61 on the Billboard charts. At the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, Cobbs won the Grammy for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance.

The Beat (Boney James album)

The Beat is the 14th studio album by Boney James released on April 9, 2013. At the 56th Annual Grammy Awards (held on January 26, 2014), The Beat lost out to Steppin' Out performed by Herb Alpert in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category.

The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You

The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You is the sixth studio album by American musician Neko Case. It was released on September 3, 2013 under Anti Records. The album was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

You've Got Time

"You've Got Time" is the main title theme song for the Netflix Original Series Orange Is the New Black, written, composed and performed by Regina Spektor. The song was nominated in the Best Song Written for Visual Media category at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

You Can't Make Old Friends

For the similarly titled Kenny Rogers album, see You Can't Make Old Friends (album)

For the song "You Can't Make New Old Friends", see Dolour's album New Old Friends and EP CPR (EP)"You Can't Make Old Friends" is a song by Kenny Rogers in duet with Dolly Parton. It was written by Ryan Hanna King, Don Schlitz, Caitlyn Smith and is the title and opening track of the same titled 2013 album You Can't Make Old Friends.

The song debuted on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in December 2013 and peaked at number 57 on the that same chart also in December 2013, becoming Rogers' first single released in six years after "Calling Me" with Don Henley released in 2007.

For their performance, Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton were nominated in 2014 at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards for Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance."You Can't Make Old Friends" was later included on Parton's 2014 album, Blue Smoke.

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