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The Grammy Winners You Didn’t See On Tv

January 29, 2018 News No Comments

For the most part, the Grammy Awards are just a popularity contest and are perhaps just slightly more credible than the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. That being said, we’d like to congratulate these artists who won awards that were not considered important enough for the Grammys to include in their TV broadcast. There were many others representing many different genres, but we just selected a few that we wanted to recognize.

Carrie Fisher “The Princess Diarist” – Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling

Portugal. The Man “Feel It Still” – Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

LCD Soundsystem “Tonite” – Best Dance Recording

Kraftwerk “3-D The Catalogue” – Best Dance/Electronic Album

Leonard Cohen “You Want It Darker” – Best Rock Performance

Mastodon “Sultan’s Curse” – Best Rock Performance

Foo Fighters “Run” – Best Rock Song

The War on Drugs “A Deeper Understanding” – Best Rock Album

The National “Sleep Well Beast” – Best Alternative Music Album

Alabama Shakes “Killer Diller Blues” – Best American Roots Performance

Jason Isbell “If We Were Vampires” – Best American Roots Song

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit “The Nashville Sound” – Best Americana Album

The Rolling Stones “Blue & Lonesome” – Best Traditional Blues Album

Taj Mahal & Keb’Mo’ “TajMo” – Best Contemporary Blues Album

Aimee Mann “Mental Illness” – Best Folk Album

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley “Stony Hill” – Best Reggae Album

Lisa Loeb “Feel What U Feel” – Best Children’s Album

Randy Newman “Putin” – Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

Father John Misty “Pure Comedy (Deluxe Edition) – Best Recording Package

Greg Kurstin – Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical

Dennis White, remixed (Depeche Mode) “You Move (Latroit Remix) – Best Remixed Recording

The Defiant Ones – Best Music Film

To see the full list of winners, go here.

 

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