59th Annual Grammy Awards

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on February 12, 2017.[2] The CBS network broadcast the show live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.[3] The ceremony recognized the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, which runs from October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016.

James Corden hosted the ceremony for the first time.[4] The "pre-telecast" ceremony (officially named The Premiere Ceremony) was held on the same day prior to the main event and was hosted by comedian Margaret Cho.[5]

The nominations were announced on December 6, 2016.[6][7][8][9] Beyoncé acquired the most nominations with nine. Drake, Rihanna, and Kanye West received eight nominations each while Chance the Rapper followed with seven nominations. Adele was the biggest winner of the night with five trophies, including Album of the Year for 25, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year for "Hello". Adele also became the first artist in history to win all three general field awards in the same ceremony twice, previously winning all three categories in 2012.[10] David Bowie and Greg Kurstin followed with four trophies. Chance the Rapper won for Best New Artist alongside two other awards.[11]

59th Annual Grammy Awards
59th Grammys
Official poster
DateFebruary 12, 2017
LocationStaples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Hosted byJames Corden
Most awardsAdele (5)
Most nominationsBeyoncé (9)
Television/radio coverage
Viewership26.07 million[1]


Performers adapted from International Business Times.[12][13]

Artist(s) Song(s)
Adele "Hello"
The Weeknd
Daft Punk
"Starboy" (intro)
"I Feel It Coming"
Keith Urban
Carrie Underwood
"The Fighter"
Ed Sheeran "Shape of You"
Lukas Graham
Kelsea Ballerini
"7 Years"
"Peter Pan"
Beyoncé "Love Drought"
Bruno Mars "That's What I Like"
Katy Perry
Skip Marley
"Chained to the Rhythm"
William Bell
Gary Clark Jr.
"Born Under a Bad Sign"
Maren Morris
Alicia Keys
Adele Tribute to George Michael
Lady Gaga
"Moth into Flame"
Sturgill Simpson
The Dap-Kings
"All Around You"
Demi Lovato
Tori Kelly
Little Big Town
Andra Day
Tribute to the Bee Gees
"Stayin' Alive"
"How Deep Is Your Love"
"Night Fever"
A Tribe Called Quest
Anderson .Paak
Busta Rhymes
"Award Tour"
"Movin Backwards"
"We the People...."
The Time
Bruno Mars
Tribute to Prince
"Jungle Love"
"The Bird"
"Let's Go Crazy"
Pentatonix "ABC"
Chance the Rapper
Kirk Franklin
Francis and the Lights
Tamela Mann
Nicole Steen[14]
"How Great"
"All We Got"
John Legend
Cynthia Erivo
In Memoriam
"God Only Knows"


Source: Grammy.com[15]

Premiere ceremony

In order of appearance:[16]

Nominees and winners

  • Taken from the Grammys website.[17]
  • The winners are in bold.


Record of the Year

Album of the Year

Song of the Year

Best New Artist


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


Best Dance Recording
Best Dance/Electronic Album

Contemporary Instrumental

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album


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


Best Alternative Music Album


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


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


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

New Age

Best New Age Album


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

Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music

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


Best Latin Pop Album
Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)
  • Un Azteca en el Azteca, Vol. 1 (En Vivo)Vicente Fernández
  • Raíces – Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
  • Hecho a Mano – Joss Favela
  • Generación Maquinaria Est. 2006 – La Maquinaria Norteña
  • Tributo a Joan Sebastian y Rigoberto AlfaroMariachi Divas de Cindy Shea
Best Tropical Latin Album
  • Donde Están? – Jose Lugo & Guasábara Combo
  • ConexiónFonseca
  • La Fantasia Homenaje a Juan Formell – Formell y Los Van Van
  • 35 AniversarioGrupo Niche
  • La Sonora Santanera en Su 60 AniversarioSonora Santanera

American Roots

Best American Roots Performance
Best American Roots Song
Best Americana Album
Best Bluegrass Album
Best Traditional Blues Album
Best Contemporary Blues Album
Best Folk Album
Best Regional Music Album
  • E Walea – Kalani Pe'a
  • Broken Promised LandBarry Jean Ancelet & Sam Broussard
  • It's a Cree ThingNorthern Cree
  • Gulfstream – Roddie Romero and the Hub City All-Stars
  • I Wanna Sing Right: Rediscovering Lomax in the Evangeline Country – (Various Artists); Joshua Caffery & Joel Savoy, producers


Best Reggae Album

World Music

Best World Music Album


Best Children's Album

Spoken Word

Best Spoken Word Album (includes Poetry, Audio Books and Storytelling)


Best Comedy Album

Musical Theatre

Best Musical Theater Album

Music for Visual Media

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
Best Song Written for Visual Media


Best Instrumental Composition


Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella
  • "You and I"
  • "Ask Me Now"
  • "Good 'Swing' Wenceslas"
  • "Linus & Lucy"
  • "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
  • "We Three Kings"
    • Ted Nash, arranger (Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis)
Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals


Best Recording Package
Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package


Best Album Notes


Best Historical Album
  • The Cutting Edge 1965–1966: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12 (Collector's Edition)
    • Steve Berkowitz & Jeff Rosen, compilation producers; Mark Wilder, mastering engineer (Bob Dylan)
  • Music of Morocco from the Library of Congress: Recorded By Paul Bowles, 1959
    • April G. Ledbetter, Steven Lance Ledbetter, Bill Nowlin & Philip D. Schuyler, compilation producers; Rick Fisher & Michael Graves, mastering engineers (Various Artists)
  • Ork Records: New York, New York
    • Rob Sevier & Ken Shipley, compilation producers; Jeff Lipton & Maria Rice, mastering engineers (Various Artists)
  • Vladimir Horowitz: The Unreleased Live Recordings 1966–1983
    • Bernard Horowitz, Andreas K. Meyer & Robert Russ, compilation producers; Andreas K. Meyer & Jeanne Montalvo, mastering engineers (Vladimir Horowitz)
  • Waxing The Gospel: Mass Evangelism & the Phonograph, 1890–1990
    • Michael Devecka, Meagan Hennessey & Richard Martin, compilation producers; Michael Devecka, David Giovannoni, Michael Khanchalian & Richard Martin, mastering engineers (Various Artists)

Engineered Album

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

Best Engineered Album, Classical


Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Producer of the Year, Classical


Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

Surround Sound

Best Surround Sound Album


Best Orchestral Performance

Best Opera Recording
Best Choral Performance
  • Penderecki Conducts Penderecki, Volume 1
  • Himmelrand
    • Elisabeth Holte, conductor (Marianne Reidarsdatter Eriksen, Ragnfrid Lie & Matilda Sterby, soloists; Inger-Lise Ulsrud, accompanist; Uranienborg Vokalensemble, choir)
  • Janáček: Glagolitic Mass
    • Edward Gardner, conductor; Håkon Matti Skrede, chorus master (Susan Bickley, Gábor Bretz, Sara Jakubiak & Stuart Skelton, soloists; Thomas Trotter, accompanist; Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, orchestra; Bergen Cathedral Choir, Bergen Philharmonic Choir, Choir of Collegium Musicum & Edvard Grieg Kor, choirs)
  • Lloyd: Bonhoeffer
  • Steinberg: Passion Week
Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance

Best Classical Instrumental Solo

  • Daugherty: Tales of Hemingway
  • Adams, J.: Scheherazade.2
    • Leila Josefowicz; David Robertson, conductor (Chester Englander; St. Louis Symphony)
  • Dvorák: Violin Concerto & Romance; Suk: Fantasy
    • Christian Tetzlaff; John Storgårds, conductor (Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra)
  • Mozart: Keyboard Music, Vols. 8 & 9
    • Kristian Bezuidenhout
  • 1930's Violin Concertos, Vol. 2
    • Gil Shaham; Stéphane Denève, conductor (The Knights & Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra)

Best Classical Solo Vocal Album

  • Schumann & Berg
  • Shakespeare Songs
    • Ian Bostridge; Antonio Pappano, accompanist (Michael Collins, Elizabeth Kenny, Lawrence Power & Adam Walker)
  • Monteverdi
    • Magdalena Kožená; Andrea Marcon, conductor (David Feldman, Michael Feyfar, Jakob Pilgram & Luca Tittoto; La Cetra Barockorchester Basel)
  • Mozart: The Weber Sisters
  • Verismo
    • Anna Netrebko; Antonio Pappano, conductor (Yusif Eyvazov; Coro Dell'Accademia Nazionale Di Santa Cecilia; Orchestra Dell'Accademia Nazionale Di Santa Cecilia)

Best Classical Compendium

Best Contemporary Classical Composition

Music Video/Film

Best Music Video
Best Music Film

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
"ABC" The Jackson 5 Motown 1970 R&B Single
"Changes" David Bowie RCA 1971 Art pop Single
"City of New Orleans" Arlo Guthrie Reprise Records 1972 Folk Single
"(Hep-Hep!) The Jumpin' Jive" Cab Calloway and His Orchestra Vocalion 1939 Swing Single
"I Can't Make You Love Me" Bonnie Raitt Capitol 1991 Pop Single
"I Get Around" The Beach Boys Capitol 1964 California Sound Single
"I Got You Babe" Sonny & Cher Atco 1965 Pop Single
"Jailhouse Rock" Elvis Presley RCA 1957 Rock and roll Single
Lady Sings the Blues Billie Holiday Clef 1956 Jazz Album
"Losing My Religion" R.E.M. Warner Bros. 1991 Alternative rock Single
"Maggie May" Rod Stewart Mercury 1971 Rock Single
"Mission: Impossible" Lalo Schifrin Dot 1967 Theme music Single
Okie from Muskogee Merle Haggard Capitol 1969 Country Album
Sign o' the Times Prince Paisley Park and Warner Bros. 1987 R&B Album
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" Nirvana DGC 1991 Grunge Single
"Smoke on the Water" Deep Purple Warner Bros. 1973 Hard Rock Single
"Stack O' Lee Blues" Mississippi John Hurt Okeh 1928 Blues Single
"Statesboro Blues" Blind Willie McTell Victor 1928 Blues Single
Straight Outta Compton N.W.A Ruthless and Priority 1988 Gangsta rap Album
"Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" Sly & The Family Stone Epic 1969 Funk Single
"Wake Up Little Susie" The Everly Brothers Cadence 1957 Country Single
"The Wanderer" Dion Laurie 1961 R&B Single
"When the Saints Go Marching In" Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra Decca 1938 Jazz Single
"You Always Hurt the One You Love" Mills Brothers Decca 1944 Pop standard Single
"You Don't Own Me" Lesley Gore Mercury 1963 Pop Single

In Memoriam

The following people appeared in the In Memoriam segment:[18][19]

Multiple nominations and awards

The following received multiple nominations:








The following received multiple awards:






In June 2016, the Grammy organization announced a few minor changes to the voting and awarding process.[2]

As of 2017, recordings released solely through streaming services will be eligible to enter the award process. These recordings will have to be available through streaming platforms. Applicable streaming services are paid subscription, full catalog, on-demand streaming/limited download platforms that have existed as such within the United States for at least one full year as of the submission deadline. All recordings entered must have an assigned International Standard Recording Code (ISRC).

Best New Artist guidelines

Existing Best New Artist rules were amended to remove the album barrier given current trends in how new music and developing artists are released and promoted. Currently many new artists first release singles, tracks, or EPs rather than full albums. To become eligible in the category of Best New Artist, the artist, duo, or group:

  • Must have released a minimum of five singles/tracks or one album, but no more than 30 singles/tracks or three albums.
  • May not have entered the category more than three times, including as a performing member of an established group.
  • Must have achieved a breakthrough into the public consciousness and impacted the musical landscape during the eligibility period.

Blues categories

The Best Blues Album category will branch into two distinct categories:

  • Best Traditional Blues Album (Blues recordings with traditional blues song and harmonic structures, including various subgenres such as Delta blues, Piedmont blues, jump/swing blues, Chicago blues, and classic/Southern soul).
  • Best Contemporary Blues Album (Recordings which may employ non-traditional blues rhythms such as funk, hip-hop, reggae, and rock, or which feature contemporary techniques such as synthesizers or loops).

It means a return to the situation prior to 2012, the year the categories were merged in a major overhaul.

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration category renamed

The Best Rap/Sung Collaboration category (in the Rap field) will be renamed as Best Rap/Sung Performance, to allow solo performances, a result of "the current state and future trajectory of rap by expanding the category beyond collaborations between rappers and vocalists to include recordings by a solo artist who blurs the lines between rapping and singing."

Additional amendments were made to the number and type of music creators recognized in the categories of Best Choral Performance and Best Jazz Vocal Album.


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  4. ^ Daniel, Holloway; Maureen, Ryan (November 22, 2016). "James Corden to Host Grammy Awards (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved November 30, 2016.
  6. ^ Johnston, Maura (6 December 2016). "Grammy nominations 2017: Beyoncé and R&B artists shine while rock suffers". Guardian. Retrieved 7 December 2016.
  7. ^ Unterberger, Andrew (6 December 2016). "Here Is the Complete List of Nominees for the 2017 Grammys". Billboard. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
  8. ^ "FINAL NOMINATIONS LIST" (PDF). The GRAMMYs. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 December 2016. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
  9. ^ "59th Annual GRAMMY Awards Winners & Nominees". Archived from the original on 13 February 2017. Retrieved 13 February 2017.
  10. ^ "9 times women made grammy history". [Grammy.com].
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  12. ^ Sharma, Dishya (February 12, 2017). "Grammys 2017 Live Update". International Business Times. Retrieved February 12, 2017.
  13. ^ "The 59th Grammys: performances, winners and red carpet looks – as it happened". Guardian. 13 February 2017. Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  14. ^ Shaheem Reid (February 13, 2017). "Grammys 2017: Chance the Rapper, Kirk Franklin and gospel choir take audience to church". REVOLT. Retrieved April 26, 2017.
  15. ^ "Who's Performing At The GRAMMYs? From Adele To The Weeknd: Here's The Official Performer And Presenter List". Grammy.com. 11 February 2017. Retrieved 13 February 2017.
  16. ^ "Watch: 59th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony". Grammy.ciom. 12 February 2017. Retrieved 1 August 2017.
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  19. ^ "GRAMMY In Memoriam: honoring those we lost in 2016". The Recording Academy.

External links

Coming Home (O'Connor Band album)

Coming Home is the debut album by the O'Connor Band. The album was produced by Gregg Field, Mark O'Connor, and Forrest O'Connor, and it was released by Rounder Records in August 2016. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums chart and won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in February 2017.

Don't Hurt Yourself (Beyoncé song)

"Don't Hurt Yourself" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, Lemonade. The song was produced by Jack White, Beyoncé and Derek Dixie, and written by White, Beyoncé, and Diana Gordon. It contains samples of "When the Levee Breaks" written by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham, and performed by Led Zeppelin. Some critics compared the song to Beyoncé's "Ring the Alarm" (2006). The song received a nomination for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in the category Best Rock Performance. Billboard ranked "Don't Hurt Yourself" at number 61 on their "Billboard's 100 Best Pop Songs of 2016" list.

Healing Season

Healing Season is the ninth studio album, and the first Christmas album, by American R&B band Mint Condition. It earned the group a nomination for Best R&B Album in the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, which were held on February 12, 2017.

Inner Passion

Inner Passion is the 2016 duet album by pianist Peter Kater and cellist Tina Guo. The album was fully improvised upon the musician’s first musical meeting. It debuted at number four on the Billboard New Age Albums chart. Inner Passion received a Grammy Award nomination for Best New Age Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Lake by the Ocean

"Lake by the Ocean" is a song recorded by American R&B singer Maxwell, for his fifth studio album, blackSUMMERS'night (2016).

Written and produced by MUSZE (Maxwell) and Hod David, the single was released April 8, 2016 by Columbia Records as the first single from the album. Maxwell debuted the song, alongside "Rose", on February 14, 2016 at the Barclays Center. "Lake by the Ocean" won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Lalah Hathaway Live

Lalah Hathaway Live is the sixth overall album from singer Lalah Hathaway. The album won Best R&B Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in February 2017.

Love Drought

"Love Drought" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, Lemonade (2016). It was written by Ingrid Burley, Mike Dean and Beyoncé while the production was handled by the latter two. Burley was inspired to write "Love Drought" following an unpleasant experience with representatives at Parkwood Entertainment. Following the release of Lemonade, the track appeared on several music charts, including 47 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and top 100 in the UK, Scotland, and Canada. The song's music video, directed by Kahlil Joseph, is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, originally aired on HBO on April 23, 2016. Beyoncé performed the song in a medley with "Sandcastles" at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in February 2017.

Moth into Flame

"Moth into Flame" is a song by thrash metal band Metallica and the second single from their tenth studio album, Hardwired... to Self-Destruct. The song debuted during the band's appearance on The Howard Stern Show on September 26, 2016, with the official music video being uploaded to the band's official YouTube page hours later. The song made its live debut at Webster Hall on September 27, 2016, the 30th anniversary of former bassist Cliff Burton's death.The song was used as the official theme song for American television company TBS's ELEAGUE, for both the second season of the program and the ELEAGUE Counter-Strike Major. Metallica performed the song with Lady Gaga at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017, which was fraught with difficulties as Hetfield's microphone was not functional for almost half of the performance. Hetfield threw down his guitar in anger as the band left the stage.

My Name Is Human

"My Name Is Human" is a song by American rock band Highly Suspect. It was released as the lead single from their second studio album The Boy Who Died Wolf in 2016. The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart and stayed there for eight weeks. It is their first number one single. The song is also their highest charting single on the Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs and Rock Airplay charts, where it peaked at No. 20, No. 12 and No. 7 respectively. The song was nominated for Best Rock Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Rosetta (Vangelis album)

Rosetta is a studio album by Greek composer and musician Vangelis, released on 23 September 2016 by Decca Records. It is dedicated to the Rosetta space probe mission, launched in 2004, being one of his several works which were inspired by space travel (Albedo 0.39), or produced in collaboration with space missions (Mythodea). Rosetta received a Grammy Award nomination for Best New Age Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Rotting in Vain

"Rotting in Vain" is a song by American nu metal band Korn. Written by the band and produced by Nick Raskulinecz, it was featured on the band's 2016 twelfth studio album The Serenity of Suffering. The song was also released as the lead single from the album on July 22, 2016, reaching number 4 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart and number 26 on the UK Rock & Metal Singles Chart. It was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Shock Me (Baroness song)

"Shock Me" is a single by American sludge metal band, Baroness. The second single off of their fourth studio album, Purple, Shock Me features elements of their traditional sludge metal sound, along with backing synthesizers to create a progressive rock aura. The single was the band's second ever to chart, reaching number 28 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.

"Shock Me" was the band's first, and to date only, song nominated for a Grammy award. Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, the song finished as one of the four runners-up.

That Part

"That Part" (stylized as "THat Part") is a song by American hip hop recording artist Schoolboy Q. The song was released on May 13, 2016 by Top Dawg Entertainment and Interscope Records, as the lead single from Schoolboy Q's fourth album Blank Face LP. The song, which features American rapper Kanye West, was produced by Cardo, Yung Exclusive, Cubeatz and Sounwave. The song was nominated for Best Rap Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

The Boy Who Died Wolf

The Boy Who Died Wolf is the second studio album by American rock band Highly Suspect. It was recorded in Bogotá, Colombia and Brooklyn, New York. The album's lead single "My Name Is Human" reached No. 1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, the band's first single to do so, and was nominated for Best Rock Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. The album's second single, "Little One", had reached number 2 on the same chart as of October 2017.

Tom Elmhirst

Tom Elmhirst (born 8 June 1971) is a British specialist mix engineer.

He has won 13 Grammy awards to date for his work with Amy Winehouse, Adele, David Bowie, Beck, Cage the Elephant, and Residente among others. Having won six awards at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017, he currently holds the record for most Grammys won by an engineer in one night. He has been awarded 'Mix Engineer of the Year' twice at the MPG Awards. Once in 2012 and more recently in 2017.

Elmhirst currently works out of Electric Lady Studios in New York City.

True Sadness

True Sadness is the ninth studio album by American folk rock band The Avett Brothers. Produced by Rick Rubin, the album was released on June 24, 2016, through American Recordings and Republic Records. A vinyl edition was released on August 5, 2016. The album was nominated for Best Americana Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. The production of the album is chronicled in the 2017 Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio documentary May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers.

White Sun II

White Sun II is an album by White Sun. It won Best New Age Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017.

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