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 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 »

How many Grammy awards did Johnny Cash win?

Singer-songwriter Johnny Cash won a total of 13 Grammy Awards. He won a lifetime achievement award in 1999. He also won a Grammy Award for his cover of Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt" before his death in 2... Read More »

How many Grammy awards has Alison Krauss won?

Singer Alison Krauss has won 26 Grammy awards throughout her career. As of 2010, she holds the record for the most Grammy awards held by a female artist. Other prolific winners include Al Green and... Read More »

How many Grammy awards did Elvis Presley win?

Elvis Presley won three Grammy Awards, all for gospel recordings. He received 14 overall nominations over the years. Presley also received the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1971, which was called t... Read More »