List of Grammy Award winners and nominees by country

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The following is a list of Grammy Award winners and nominees by country:


Argentine

Australian

Austrian

Azerbaijani

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Azerbaijan:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2017 Best World Music Album Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble[nb 1] Sing Me Home Won

Belgian

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Belgium

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
1964 Record of the Year The Singing Nun Dominique Nominated
Best Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
Best Gospel or Other Religious Recording (Musical) Won
Album of the Year (other than classical) The Singing Nun Nominated
Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Theme Toots Thielemans Bluesette Nominated
1980 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group Affinity Nominated
1992 Best Jazz Instrumental Solo Bluesette Nominated
1995 Best World Music Album Zap Mama Sabsylma Nominated
2013 Record of the Year Gotye [nb 2] Somebody That I Used to Know Won
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Won
Best Alternative Music Album Making Mirrors Won
2014 Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album Brussels Jazz Orchestra Wild Beauty Nominated

Brazilian

British

Cameroonian

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Cameroon:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2003[nb 3] Richard Bona [2] Best Pop Instrumental Performance "As It Is" Nominated
Best Contemporary Jazz Album Speaking of Now Won
2007 Best Contemporary World Music Album Tiki Nominated

Canadian

Cape Verdean

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Cape Verde:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
1996 Best World Music Album Cesaria Evora[3] Cesaria Evora Nominated
1998 Cabo Verde Nominated
1999 Miss Perfumado Nominated
2000 Café Atlantico Nominated
2002 São Vicente Nominated
2004 Best Contemporary World Music Album Voz D'Amor Won

Chinese

  • Jiebing Chen nominated for Best World Music Album in 1997 for Tabula Rasa
  • Wu Man nominated for Best World Music Album in 2015 for Our World in Song
  • Guanqun Yu won with LA Opera Orchestra for Best Opera Recording in 2016 [4]
  • 2017 Sing Me Home won by Zhao Jiping, Zhao Lin, Angel Lam, Jia Daqun, He Cui -sheng, Hu Jianbing, Dong-Won Kim -janggo, Ji Hyun Kim -kayagum, You-Young Kim, Li Hui -pipa, Liu Lin, Wu Man, Wu Tong, BettI Xian, Yiang Wei, DaXun Zhang and Gabriela Lena Frank [5]

Cuban

French

German

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Germany:

Year Category Nominee(s) Nominated for Result
1982 Best Rock Instrumental Performance Kraftwerk[6] "Computer World"[7] Nominated
1990 Best New Artist Milli Vanilli Milli Vanilli[8] Won (revoked[9])
2006 Best Electronic/Dance Album Kraftwerk Minimum-Maximum[10] Nominated
2014 Lifetime Achievement Award Kraftwerk[11] Won
2018 Best Electronic/Dance Album 3-D The Catalogue[12] Won
Best Surround Sound Album Fritz Hilpert, Tom Ammermann for 3-D The Catalogue[13] Nominated

Indian

Irish

Italian

Japan

Lebanese

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Lebanon:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2017 Best World Music Album Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble[nb 4] Sing Me Home Won

Malian

Mexican

Mongolian

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Mongolia:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2017 Best World Music Album Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble[nb 5] Sing Me Home Won

Nigerian

Netherlands

New Zealand

Peruvian

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Peru:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2002 Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album[16] Susana Baca Canto Nominated
2007 Best Opera Recording Robert Spano/Atlanta Symphony Orchestra [nb 6] Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain Of Tears Won

Polish

Senegalese

South African

Spanish

Sri Lankan

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Sri Lanka:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2014 Best Contemporary Instrumental Album Herb Alpert [nb 7] Steppin' Out [18] Won

Taiwanese

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Taiwan:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
2005 Best Recording Package Ching-Yang Hsiao[19] The Wandering Accordion Nominated
2008 White Horse Nominated
2009 Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package Wu Sheng: Poems& Songs Nominated
2010 Best Recording Package Story Island Nominated

United States of America

Nominee Wins Nominations
Quincy Jones [20] 27 79
Alison Krauss 27 42
Stevie Wonder 25 74
Vladimir Horowitz 25 45
John Williams 23 67
Chick Corea [21] 22 64
Beyoncé 22 62
Jay-Z 21 74
Kanye West 21 68
Vince Gill 21 44
Henry Mancini 20 72
Bruce Springsteen 20 50
Pat Metheny [22]
Al Schmitt
20 36
Aretha Franklin 18 44
Tony Bennett 18 34
Yo-Yo Ma 18 27
Jimmy Starr 18 22
Ray Charles 17 37
James Mallinson 16 49
Leonard Bernstein 16 23
Paul Simon 16 35
Eminem 15 43
Steven Epstein 15 34
Alicia Keys 15 29
David Frost 15 19
Bela Fleck 14 33
Phil Ramone 14 32
Alison Krauss and Union Station 14 18
Jay David Saks 13 53
Emmylou Harris 13 47
Michael Jackson 13 38
Robert Woods 13 29
Leontyne Price 13 25
Ella Fitzgerald 13 20
T Bone Burnett 13 18
Thomas Z Shepard 12 50
Dixie Chicks 12 19
Babyface 11 49
Pharrell Williams 11 38
Michael Tilson Thomas 11 34
Shirley Caesar 11 28
Bruno Mars 11 27
Al Green 11 21
Arif Mardin
Roger Miller
11 18
Andre Previn 10 44
Bob Dylan
Justin Timberlake
10 38
Taylor Swift 10 31
Mary J. Blige
Sheryl Crow
10 31
Chaka Khan
John Legend
10 28
CeCe Winans
Foo Fighters
10 27
Linda Ronstadt
Bonnie Raitt
10 26
Bobby McFerrin 10 18
Carlos Santana a.k.a. Santana (band) 10 14
Pat Metheny Group 10 13
Frank Sinatra 9 31
Ringo Starr 9 27
Lady Gaga 9 24
Natalie Cole 9 21
Norah Jones 9 16
Hillary Scott 9 15
Emerson String Quartet 9
Asleep At The Wheel 9
Willie Nelson 8 49
Dolly Parton 8 47
Barbra Streisand 8 44
Tina Turner 8 25
Usher 8 22
Take 6
Lauryn Hill
Blackwood Brothers
8 19
Anita Baker
Metallica
Rick Rubin
8 18
Eddie Palmieri
Ziggy Marley
8 14
Los Togres del Norte
The Manhattan Transfer
8 13
Skrillex 8 12
Stephen Marley 8 11
Prince 7 38
Kendrick Lamar 7 29
Madonna 7 28
will.i.am 7 26
Robert Frost 7 21
John Mayer 7 19
Carrie Underwood 7 14
Lady Antebellum 7 13
Toni Braxton 7 13
Simon & Garfunkel
Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder
7 11
Whitney Houston 6 25
Robert M. Jones 6 23
Eagles 6 18
Israel Houghton 6 16
Black Eyed Peas 6 15
Tito Puente 6 12
Mariah Carey 5 34
Janet Jackson 5 26
Lil Wayne 5 24
Billy Joel 5 23
Christina Aguilera
Donna Summer
James Taylor
Cee Lo Green
5 18
Mary Chapin Carpenter 5 17
Peter, Paul & Mary 5 16
Dionne Warwick
Michael McDonald
5 14
Jay Newland
Maria Schneider Shania Twain
5 12
Lady Antebellum
Kuk Harrell
5 10
Christopher Cross 5 9
Dave Russell
Flaco Jimenez
Ward Swingle
5 8
India.arie 4 22
Timbaland 4 21
Erykah Badu 4 19
Kelly Rowland 4 18
Yolanda Adams
Tracy Chapman
4 13
Marvin Hamlisch
Lisa Lopes
4 12
Lenny Kravitz 4 9
Robert Spano
Carole King
4 8
Pepe Aguilar
Lyle Lovett
4 7
Pink
T.I
3 19
Gwen Stefani 3 18
Etta James 3 17
Elvis Presley
Kelly Clarkson
Harry Connick Jr.
3 14
Clare Fischer
Puff Daddy
Bill Holman
3 13
Gloria Estefan
Maroon 5
Red Hot Chili Peppers
3 12
Los Lobos
Vikki Carr
3 11
Rob Thomas
Shawn Colvin
3 10
Steely Dan 3 9
James Brown 3 8
The Carpenters 3 7
Bob Newhart
Esperanza Spalding
Toto
3 5
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Tim Martyn
3 4
Lenny White 3 3
Cyndi Lauper
Miranda Lambert
2 16
Melissa Etheridge 2 15
Patti LaBelle 2 13
Marvin Gaye 2 12
Yehudi Menuhin 2 10
Intocable
No Doubt
Jimmy Carter
Brian Wilson
2 9
Marc Anthony
Peter Nero
Nate Ruess
2 8
La Mafia
LeAnn Rimes
Brave Combo
Fleetwood Mac
2 7
Jennifer Hudson
Linkin Park
2 6
Nate Hills
Otis Redding
Bobby Darin
Vernon Reid
Colbie Caillat
2 5
Ted Nash
The Wreckers
2 4
Little Joe y La Familia
Lisa Fischer
2 3
Judy Garland 2 2
Chris Brown 1 16
50 Cent
Elvis Costello
1 14
Ray Barretto 1 13
Pearl Jam
Carter Beauford
1 12
Dave Matthews Band
Eddie Blazonczyk
Jon Bon Jovi
1 11
Q-Tip
Chicago (band)
1 10
David Crosby
The Neptunes
Bon Jovi
1 9
Ashanti
Mariachi Divas
John McLaughlin Williams
Stephen Stills
Fiona Apple
1 8
Cher
Queen Latifah
Mongo Santamaria
Paula Cole
Nat King Cole
DJ Khaled
Cardi B
1 7
Stargate
Bobby Bare
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Ariana Grande
1 6
Gloria Gaynor
Emilio Navaira
Ciara
FUN (band)
1 5
The Chainsmokers
Steve Jordan
Pink Floyd
Michelle Branch
Frank Yankovic
Kentucky Headhunters
Monica
Imagine Dragons
Alfred Newman
Julieta Venegas
1 4
Cal Tjader
Mariachi los Camperos
Texas Tornados
Los Palominos
Meghan Trainor
Twenty One Pilots
La Santa Cecilia
Lila Downs

The Band Perry

1 3
Gloria Cheng
Bacilos
Los Super Seven
The Legends
Paula Abdul
Bobby Brown
Otha Nash
America
1 2
Jesse Harris
Sirah (rapper)
Solange
St. Vincent
Stephen McLaughlin
Chente Barrera
Los Texmaniacs
Jessica Rivera
Puff Daddy & The Family
The Product G&B
Freddie Nartinez, Jr.
Daya
1 1

Notes

  1. ^ Franghiz Alizadeh and Alim Qasimov[1] were two members of a large musical collective, who performed on the album.
  2. ^ Gotye is born in Belgium, but was raised in Australia.
  3. ^ As a member of the Pat Metheny Group
  4. ^ Rabih Abou Khalil [14] was a member of a large musical collective, who performed on the album.
  5. ^ Ganbaataryn Khongorzul, Byambasuren Sharav and Sangidorjiin Sansargereltekh [15] were members of a large musical collective, who performed on the album.
  6. ^ The Grammy Award was issued to Robert Spano, an American conductor, and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, an American orchestra. Jessica Rivera was one of three soloists who performed on this production.[17]
  7. ^ Hussain Jiffry was the bass player, who performed on Alpert's 2013 album, Steppin' Out.

References

  1. ^ Yo Yo Ma's Silk Route Ensemble wins Grammy for 'Sing Me Home'
  2. ^ Richard Bona Grammy noms
  3. ^ "Cesaria Evora | Artist | www.grammy.com". grammy.com. Retrieved 2018-01-20.
  4. ^ 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards Winner (2016)
  5. ^ Yo Yo Ma's Silk Route Ensemble wins Grammy for 'Sing Me Home'
  6. ^ "Kraftwerk | Artist | www.grammy.com". grammy.com. Retrieved 25 February 2018.
  7. ^ "24th Annual Grammy Awards Final Nominations". Billboard. 94 (3): 90. 23 January 1982. ISSN 0006-2510. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  8. ^ "Grammys reach out to young listeners". Lodi News-Sentinel. February 21, 1990. Retrieved 24 April 2010.
  9. ^ Philips, Chuck (20 November 1990). "Milli Vanilli's Grammy Rescinded by Academy : Music: Organization revokes an award for the first time after revelation that the duo never sang on album". Los Angeles Times.
  10. ^ "BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Grammy Awards 2006: Key winners". BBC News. 9 February 2006. Retrieved 2 July 2015.
  11. ^ "Lifetime Achievement Award for Kraftwerk | Music | DW | 24.01.2014". DW News. 24 January 2014. Retrieved 25 February 2018.
  12. ^ "Kraftwerk win Grammy Award for best electronic album | News | DW News | 29.01.2018". DW News. 29 January 2018. Retrieved 25 February 2018.
  13. ^ Grammy.com, 28 November 2017. Retrieved 25 February 2018
  14. ^ Yo Yo Ma's Silk Route Ensemble wins Grammy for 'Sing Me Home'
  15. ^ Yo Yo Ma's Silk Route Ensemble wins Grammy for 'Sing Me Home'
  16. ^ Susana Baca at Grammys
  17. ^ Jessica Rivera
  18. ^ Hissain Jiffry, first Sri Lankan to win Grammy at 2014
  19. ^ Meet the first Taiwanese nominated for Grammy
  20. ^ Quincy Jones nominations at Grammys
  21. ^ Chick Corea at Grammys
  22. ^ Pat Matheny at Grammys
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