Who started the grammy awards?

Answer The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences started the Grammy Awards on May 4, 1959. It held two presentations simultaneously in Beverly Hills, CA and New York, NY, and featured 28 awards ca... Read More »

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How many Grammy awards has Stevie Wonder won?

Between 1973 and 2006, Stevie Wonder won a cumulative total of 25 Grammy Awards in various categories. He won Grammy Awards as a songwriter, artist, producer and arranger in the R&B and pop genres.... Read More »

How is voting conducted in the grammy awards?

The Grammy Awards are the most prestigious honors in the music industry. The awards are given by the Recording Academy, which has more than 18,000 members repesenting all branches of the recording ... Read More »

What Female Artist Has Won the Most Grammy Awards?

According to her official biography, Alison Krauss holds the record for most Grammy Awards won by a female artist. Krauss has received an impressive total of 26 Grammy Awards as of 2010.Source:Alis... 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 »