Grammy Awards

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21st Grammy Awards, 1979 

The 21st Grammy Awards were held February 15, 1979, at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, and recognized accomplishments by musicians in 1978. Elvis Costello was nominated in the Best New Artist category. The award went to A Taste of Honey.

Best New Artist 

 Nominees  Links
   A Taste of Honey  (winner) Wikipedia
   The Cars Wikipedia
   Elvis Costello Wikipedia
   Chris Rea Wikipedia
  Toto Wikipedia

34th Grammy Awards, 1992 

Best Alternative Music Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
Mighty Like A Rose  Elvis Costello
Doubt  Jesus Jones
Nevermind Nirvana
Out Of Time  (winner) R.E.M.
Rumor And Sigh Richard Thompson


39th Grammy Awards, 1997 

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals 

 Song  Artist  Links
God Give Me Strength Burt Bacharach & Elvis Costello
 Missing You  Brandy, Tamia, Gladys Knight & Chaka Khan
When I Fall In Love  (winner)  Natalie Cole & Nat King Cole
 Count On Me  Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans
 My Way Frank Sinatra & Luciano Pavarotti
The Wind Cries Mary Sting, John McLaughlin, Dominic Miller & Vinnie Colaiuta


41st Grammy Awards, 1999 

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals 

 Song  Artist  Links
 How Come, How Long  Babyface & Stevie Wonder
 Kisses Sweeter Than Wine Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt
I Still Have That Other Girl  (winner) Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach
 I'm Your Angel  R. Kelly & Celine Dion
 Shenandoah Van Morrison & The Chieftains


45th Grammy Awards, 2003 

The 45th Grammy Awards were held on February 23, 2003, at Madison Square Garden, New York. "London Calling" was performed by Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Steven Van Zandt, Dave Grohl, Pete Thomas, and Tony Kanal in tribute to Joe Strummer.

Best Alternative Music Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
Sea Change Beck
Walking With Thee  Clinic
A Rush Of Blood To The Head  (winner)  Coldplay
Cruel Smile  Elvis Costello & The Imposters
Behind The Music  The Soundtrack Of Our Lives

Best Rock Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
When I Was Cruel  Elvis Costello
C'mon, C'mon Sheryl Crow
Dreamland Robert Plant
The Rising  (winner) Bruce Springsteen
Head On Straight  Tonic

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance 

 Song  Artist  Links
 Slow Burn David Bowie
45  Elvis Costello
 The Barry Williams Show  Peter Gabriel
 Darkness, Darkness Robert Plant
The Rising  (winner) Bruce Springsteen


47th Grammy Awards, 2005 

Best Rock Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
The Delivery Man  Elvis Costello & The Imposters
American Idiot  (winner) Green Day
The Reason  Hoobastank
Hot Fuss  The Killers
Contraband  Velvet Revolver

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance 

 Song  Artist  Links
Let's Misbehave  Elvis Costello
 You Raise Me Up  Josh Groban
Daughters  (winner)  John Mayer
 Cinnamon Girl Prince
 Love's Divine  Seal

Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal 

 Song  Artist  Links
Monkey To Man  Elvis Costello & The Imposters
 Take Me Out  Franz Ferdinand
 American Idiot Green Day
 Somebody Told Me  The Killers
Vertigo  (winner) U2

Best Song Written For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media 

 Song  Writer(s)  Links
 Accidentally In Love (from Shrek 2)  David Bryson, Adam Duritz, David Immergluck, Matthew Malley & Dan Vickrey
The Scarlet Tide (from Cold Mountain) T Bone Burnett & Elvis Costello
 Belleville Rendez-Vous (from The Triplets Of Belleville)  Benoit Charest & Sylvain Chomet
Into The West (from The Lord Of The Rings - The Return Of The King)  (winner) Annie Lennox, Howard Shore & Fran Walsh
 You Will Be My Ain True Love (from Cold Mountain) Sting


2006


49th Grammy Awards, 2007 

Best Pop Vocal Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
Back To Basics Christina Aguilera
Back To Bedlam  James Blunt
The River In Reverse  Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint
Continuum  (winner)  John Mayer
FutureSex/LoveSounds  Justin Timberlake


52nd Grammy Awards, 2010 

The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards were held January 31, 2010, at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Elvis Costello's Secret, Profane & Sugarcane was nominated in the category of Best Contemporary Folk Album. The award went to Townes by Steve Earle.

Best Contemporary Folk Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
Middle Cyclone Neko Case AMGWikipediaAmazon
Our Bright Future  Tracy Chapman AMGWikipediaAmazon
Live  Shawn Colvin AMGAmazon
Secret, Profane & Sugarcane  Elvis Costello
Townes  (winner) Steve Earle AMGWikipediaAmazon


59th Grammy Awards, 2017 

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards were held February 12, 2017, at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Elvis Costello's Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink audiobook was nominated in the category of Best Spoken Word Album. The award went to In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem, and Fun in the Sandbox by Carol Burnett.

Best Spoken Word Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo  Amy Schumer
In Such Good Company  (winner)  Carol Burnett
M Train Patti Smith
Under the Big Black Sun: A Personal History of L.A. Punk John Doe with Tom DeSavia
Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink Elvis Costello


62nd Grammy Awards, 2020 

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards were held January 26, 2020, at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Elvis Costello and the Imposters' Look Now was nominated and won in the category of Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album 

 Album  Artist  Links
 Andrea Bocelli
Love (Deluxe Edition)  Michael Bublé
Look Now  (winner) Elvis Costello & The Imposters
A Legendary Christmas John Legend
Walls  Barbra Streisand




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