55th GRAMMY Winners include Chris Botti, Paul McCartney
- 55th GRAMMY Winners include Chris Botti, Paul McCartney
The 55th GRAMMY Awards held in Los Angeles last night (February 10) offered up a wider array of winners than the 2012 ceremony, where Adele swept the event taking home six awards. Fun. won Best New Artist, while Gotye took home three awards including Record of The Year for "Somebody That I Used To Know." Chris Botti won his first GRAMMY Award in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category for Impressions, besting Gerald Albright and Norman Brown, Larry Carlton and Dave Koz. Paul McCartney's Kisses On The Bottom took Best Traditional Pop Album, while Beyonce grabbed Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Love On Top." Other notable wins include Adele's "Set Fire To The Rain (Live)" in the Best Pop Solo Performance category, Esperanza Spalding's Radio Music Society for Best Jazz Vocal Album and Jimmy Cliff's Rebirth for Best Reggae Album. The full list of GRAMMY winners is available here.
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