6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards

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6th Latin Grammy Awards
Grammy-latino2005.jpg
Date November 3, 2005
Venue Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
Hosted by Rebecca de Alba and Eduardo Santamarina
Highlights
Person of the Year José José
Television/radio coverage
Network Univision

The 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles at the Shrine Auditorium on Thursday, November 3, 2005.[1] It was the first ceremony to be broadcast by Univision in the United States.[2] Ivan Lins was the big winner winning two awards including Album of the Year. He is the first and only Brazilian and Portuguese language artist to win Album of the Year to date. Alejandro Sanz was honored with Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Juanes won three awards including Best Rock Solo Vocal Album.[3]

Awards

Winners are in bold text.[4]

General

Record of the Year

Alejandro Sanz — "Tu No Tienes Alma"

Album of the Year

Ivan LinsCantando Histórias

Song of the Year

Alejandro Sanz — "Tu No Tienes Alma"

Best New Artist

Bebe

Pop

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Laura PausiniEscucha

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Obie BermúdezTodo el Año

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

BacilosSin Vergüenza

Urban

Best Urban Music Album

Daddy YankeeBarrio Fino

Rock

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

JuanesMi Sangre

Best Rock Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

MolotovCon Todo Respeto

Best Alternative Music Album

OzomatliStreet Signs

Best Rock Song

Juanes — "Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor"

Tropical

Best Salsa Album

Marc AnthonyValió la Pena

Best Merengue Album

Elvis CrespoSaboréalo

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Carlos VivesEl Rock de Mi Pueblo

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Cachao¡Ahora Sí!

  • Manny ManuelNostalgia
  • Manuel "El Guajiro" Mirabal — Buena Vista Social Club Presents: Manuel Guajiro Mirabal
  • Omara PortuondoFlor De Amor
  • Tropicana All Stars — Tradición
Best Tropical Song

Juan Luis Guerra 440 — "Las Avispas"

Singer-Songwriter

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Gian MarcoResucitar

Regional Mexican

Best Ranchero Album

Luis MiguelMéxico En La Piel

Best Banda Album

Banda El RecodoEn Vivo

Best Grupero Album

Ana BárbaraLoca de Amar
Oscar De La Rosa and La MafiaPara El Pueblo

Best Tejano Album

David Lee Garza, Joel Guzmán and Sunny Sauceda — Polkas, Gritos y Acordeónes

Best Norteño Album

IntocableDiez

Best Regional Mexican Song

Josué Contreras and Johnny Lee Rosas — "Aire" (Intocable)

Instrumental

Best Instrumental Album

David SánchezCoral

Traditional

Best Folk Album

Lila DownsOne Blood Una Sangre

  • Camerata Coral and Grupo Tepeu — Misa Criolla - Navidad Nuestra De Ariel Ramírez
  • Los NocherosNoche Amiga Mía
  • John Santos and El Coro Folklórico Kindembo — Para Ellos
  • Various Artists — Homenaje A Luis Miranda "El Pico De Oro"
Best Tango Album

Pablo Ziegler, Quique Sinesi and Walter Castro — Bajo Cero

  • Hybrid TangoHybrid Tango
  • Nicolás Ledesma Cuarteto — De Tango Somos
  • Adriana Nano — Buenos Aires, Viaje / Buenos Aires, Journey
  • Trelles and CiriglianoSolo Para Dos
Best Flamenco Album

TomatitoAguadulce

Jazz

Best Latin Jazz Album

Bebo ValdésBebo de Cuba - Suite Cubana - El Solar de Bebo - Cuadernos de Nueva York

Christian

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)

Juan Luis Guerra 440 — Para Ti

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)

Soraya MoraesDeixa O Teu Rio Me Levar - Ao Vivo

  • Aline BarrosSom De Adoradores - Ao Vivo
  • Eyshila — Terremoto - Ao Vivo
  • Ludmila Ferber — Para Orar e Adorar 3 - Ouço Deus Me Chamar
  • Rose Nascimento — Para O Mundo Ouvir
  • Oficina G3Além do que os Olhos Podem Ver
  • Alexandre Soul — Cantando, Dançando e Louvando!

Brazilian

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

LenineIncité

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Charlie Brown Jr.Tamo Aí na Atividade

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Martinho da VilaBrasilatinidade

Best MPB Album

Ivan LinsCantando Histórias

Best Romantic Music Album

Roberto CarlosPra Sempre ao Vivo no Pacaembu

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

Ivete SangaloMTV ao Vivo

Best Brazilian Song

Lenine and Ivan Santos — "Ninguém Faz Idéia" (Lenine)

  • Francis Hime and Olivia Hime — "Canção Transparente" (Olivia Hime)
  • José Miguel Wisnik — "Ponte Aérea" (Eveline Hecker)
  • Totonho Villeroy — "São Sebastião"

Children's

Best Latin Children's Album

Lina Luna — Lina Luna

  • ChristellLa Fiesta Continúa!!!
  • FloricientaFloricienta y su banda
  • Ke Zafados — Ke Zafados
  • Los Payasónicos — Poder Payasónico
  • Misión S.O.SAventura y Amor

Classical

Best Classical Album

Cuarteto de Cuerdas Buenos Aires and Paquito D'RiveraRiberas

  • Orquestra de Câmara Rio Strings — Fantasia Brasileira
  • José SerebrierGlazunov Symphony Nº 5 / The Seasons
  • Leo BrouwerHomo Ludens
  • Sharon IsbinRodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez/Villa Lobos: Concerto For Guitar/Ponce: Concierto Del Sur

Production

Best Engineered Album

Gustavo Borner — MTV Unplugged (Diego Torres)

Producer of the Year

Gustavo Santaolalla

Music Video

Best Music Video

Juanes — "Volverte a Ver"

Special Awards

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Trustees Awards

References

  1. ^ The 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards (TV 2005) - IMDb
  2. ^ Press Release: 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards Will be Broadcast on the Univision Network with English-Language Closed Captioning[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "BMI Writers Win Big at 2005 Latin Grammys". BMI.com. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
  4. ^ "2005 Latin Grammy Awards Winners". Billboard. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
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