What is a Grammy?

Answer Established in 1958, the Grammy Awards are presented annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to celebrate outstanding contributions to the music industry. The Grammy Awards ... Read More »

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What is a Grammy Award?

A Grammy Award is given by members of The Recording Academy to honor recording artists for technical abilities, artistic accomplishments and overall excellence in the music industry. Sales figures ... Read More »

What is a Grammy Award for?

Both blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and film-score composer John Williams have won Grammy Awards. Presented annually by The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Grammy Awards ha... Read More »

In what year did the Grammy Awards begin?

The Grammy Awards were first held in 1959 for songs released in 1958. Award dinners were simultaneously held in both New York City and Beverly Hills as the awards were presented in both places.Sour... Read More »

What song did Rascal Flatts win a Grammy award for?

In 2005, country music group Rascal Flatts won the GRAMMY Award for Best Country Song for the song "Bless the Broken Road" from its 2004 album "Feels Like Today." While the group has won multiple a... Read More »