A Jazz FM who's who of GRAMMY winners 2016

The 58th GRAMMY Awards took place last night in Los Angeles. See the names honoured in jazz, blues, soul and latin.

The 58th GRAMMY Awards took place last night in Los Angeles. Below are some of the names honoured in jazz, blues, soul and latin.

  • Best R&B song - D’Angelo - Really Love
  • Best R&B album - D'Angelo - Black Messiah
  • Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media - Antonio Sanchez - Birdman
  • Best Music Film - Amy (Amy Winehouse documentary)
  • Best Jazz Vocal Album - Cecile McLorin Salvant - For One To Love
  • Lifetime Achievement Award - Earth, Wind and Fire, Celia Cruz, Ruth Brown and Herbie Hancock
  • Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album - Maria Schneider - The Thompson Fields
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album - Tony Bennett and Bill Charlap - Silver Lining: The Songs Of Jerome Kern
  • Best Traditional R&B Performance - Lalah Hathaway - Little Ghetto Boy
  • Beat Contemporary Instrumental Album - Snarky Puppy - Sylva
  • Best Improvised Jazz Solo - Christian McBride - Cherokee (ive at the Village Vanguard)
  • Best Regional Roots Music Album - Jon Cleary - Go Go Juice
  • Best Blues Album - Buddy Guy - Born to Play Guitar
  • Best Latin Jazz Album - Eliane Elias - Made in Brazil
  • Best Jazz Instrumental Album - John Scofield - Past Present
  • Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals - Maria Schneider -  Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)(David Bowie)
  • Best Instrumental Composition - Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra - The Afro Latin Jazz Suite

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