January 29, 2018
Winners of the Grammy Awards 2018
Winners of this year's Grammy Awards
They were presented today on January 28, 2018 for the 60th time. This time in New York in Madison Square Garden. Congratulations!
Bruno Mars - 7 x Grammy - Album of The Year + Best R&B Album & Record of The Year + Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical 24K Magic & Song of The Year + Best R&B Performance & Best R&B Song That's What I Like
LCD Soundsystem - Best Dance Recording Tonite
Ed Sheeran - 2 x Grammy - Best Pop Vocal Album Divide + Best Pop Solo Performance Shape Of You
Kendrick Lamar - 5 x Grammy - Best Rap Album Damn. + Best Rap/Sung Performance Loyalty (+Rihanna) & Best Rap Song + Best Rap Performance + Best Music Video Humble.
Alabama Shakes - Best American Roots Performance Killer Diller Blues
The Rolling Stones - Best Traditional Blues Album Blue & Lonesome
Kraftwerk - Best Dance/Electronic Album 3-D The Catalogue
Leonard Cohen - Best Rock Performance You Want It Darker
Foo Fighters - Best Rock Song Run
The War On Drugs - Best Rock Album A Deeper Understanding
The National - Best Alternative Music Album Sleep Well Beast
The Weeknd - Best Urban Contemporary Album Starboy
Shakira - Best Latin Pop Album El Dorado
La La Land - 2 x Grammy - Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media + Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media
Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' - Best Contemporary Blues Album TajMo
Tony Bennett Celebrates 90 - Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
John McLaughlin - Best Improvised Jazz Solo Miles Beyond
Jeff Lorber Fusion - Best Contemporary Instrumental Album Prototype
John Williams - Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella Escapades For Alto Saxophone And Orchestra From Catch Me If You Can
Daniil Trifonov - Best Classical Instrumental Solo Transcendental
Some media report that Bruno Mars got six statuettes, others say seven. We stick to the number seven, and we counted all night! In the case of analogue film events, awards for sound engineers have always been included in the full pot.
Top photo: Bruno Mars with the 2011 award © Recording Academy. All rights reserved. Bottom photo: Bruno Mars receives the Grammy in 2018 © E! Online.