How did the Grammys get their name?

Answer The Grammy Awards are prizes presented annually by the recording industry. They reward excellent performances by music performers, artists and technicians.Origin of the GrammysA group of music indu... Read More »

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How many grammys has U2 won?

As of April 2010, the Irish rock band U2 has won 22 Grammy Awards. The band won the Album of the Year award in 1987 for "The Joshua Tree" and in 2005 for "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb."Source:Th... Read More »

Who has won 31 grammys?

Classical music conductor Georg Solti won 31 Grammys during his life, the most won by an individual or group as of April 2010. He won his first Grammy in 1962 and his last Grammy in 1997, the year ... Read More »

How many Grammys have the Beatles won?

From 1965 through 2010, the Beatles have won 13 Grammy awards, and received 31 nominations, beginning with the Best New Artist Grammy in 1965, ending with Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Moti... Read More »

Who has won the most Grammys of all time?

According to the New York Times, Sir Georg Solti, who died in 1997, holds the record for the most Grammy wins of all time with 31. Solti was known mainly as a conductor and focused on Romantic work... Read More »