Latin Grammy Awards of 2009

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10th Latin Grammy Awards
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Date November 5, 2009
Venue Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Hosts Eugenio Derbez and Lucero
Highlights
Person of the Year Juan Gabriel
Television/Radio coverage
Network Univision
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The 10th Annual Latin Grammy Awards took place on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was the second time the show took place in Las Vegas. Juan Gabriel was honored as the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year on November 4, the day prior to the telecast.[1] Calle 13 were the big winners, winning five awards including Album of the Year.[2] 2009 marked the ten-year anniversary of the Latin Grammy Awards.

Awards[edit]

Winners are in bold text.

General[edit]

Record of the Year

Calle 13 featuring Café Tacuba — "No Hay Nadie Como Tú"

Album of the Year

Calle 13Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo

Song of the Year

Claudia Brant, Luis Fonsi and Gen Reuben — "Aquí Estoy Yo" (Luis Fonsi featuring Aleks Syntek, Noel Schajris and David Bisbal)

Best New Artist

Alexander Acha

Pop[edit]

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Laura PausiniPrimavera Anticipada

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Fito PáezNo sé si es Baires o Madrid

Best Pop Vocal Album by a Duo or Group

ReikUn Día Más

Urban[edit]

Best Urban Music Album

Calle 13Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo

Best Urban Song

Tainy and Wisin & Yandel — "Abusadora" (Wisin & Yandel)

Rock[edit]

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Draco RosaTeatro

Best Rock Vocal Album by a Duo or Group

Jaguares45

Best Rock Song

Saúl Hernández — "Entre Tus Jardines" (Jaguares)

Alternative[edit]

Best Alternative Music Album

Los Amigos InvisiblesComercial

Best Alternative Song

Calle 13 and Café Tacuba — "No Hay Nadie Como Tú"

Tropical[edit]

Best Salsa Album

Luis EnriqueCiclos

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album

Peter Manjarrés and Sergio Luis Rodríguez — El Caballero "Del Vallenato"

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Omara PortuondoGracias

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Gilberto Santa RosaUna Navidad con Gilberto

Best Tropical Song

Jorge Luis Piloto and Jorge Villamizar — "Yo No Sé Mañana" (Luis Enrique)

Singer-Songwriter[edit]

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Caetano VelosoZii e Zie

Regional Mexican[edit]

Best Ranchero Album

Vicente FernándezPrimera Fila

Best Banda Album

Alacranes MusicalTu Inspiración

Best Grupero Album

Caballo Dorado — 15x22

Best Tejano Album

Jimmy González & El Grupo MazzThe Legend Continues...La Continuation

  • Avizo — Recordando Josefa
  • Grupo Vida — Generations
  • Joel Guzman and Sarah FoxConjuntazzo
  • Jaime & Los Chamacos — Freedom Tour 2008
  • Jay PerezAll The Way Live!
Best Norteño Album

Grupo Pesado — Sólo Contigo

  • Cardenales de Nuevo León — Se Renta Un Corazón
  • Costumbre — Siempre
  • Los Huracanes del NorteMi Complemento
  • Los Invasores de Nuevo León — Amor Aventurero
  • Los Rieleros del Norte — Pese a Quien le Pese
Best Regional Song

Marco Antonio Solís — "No Molestar"

Instrumental[edit]

Best Instrumental Album

Carlos Franzetti and Eddie GomezDuets

Traditional[edit]

Best Folk Album

Mercedes SosaCantora 1

Best Tango Album

Leopoldo Federico — Mi Fueye Querido

  • Cacho CastañaYo Seré El Amor
  • MelingoMaldito Tango
  • María Estela Monti — Solo Piazzolla
  • NarcotangoEn Vivo
  • Various Artists — TangoNuevo 2.1 De Jaime Wilensky
Best Flamenco Album

Niña PastoriEsperando Verte

Jazz[edit]

Best Latin Jazz Album

Bebo Valdés and Chucho ValdésJuntos Para Siempre

  • Brazilian Trio — Forests
  • Bobby Sanabria conducting the Manhattan School Of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra — Kenya Revisited Live!!!
  • Charlie Sepulveda and The TurnaroundSepulveda Boulevard
  • Nestor TorresNouveau Latino

Christian[edit]

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)

Paulina AguirreEsperando Tu Voz

  • Lucía Parker — Alabanza Y Adoración: Del Corazón
  • Promissa — Poquito A Poco
  • David Velásquez — Su Trayectoria
  • Alan Villatoro — Tuyo Soy
Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)

Oficina G3Depois da Guerra

  • Regis Danese — Compromisso
  • Marina De Oliveira — Eu Não Vou Parar
  • Jozyanne — Eu Tenho A Promessa
  • André Valadão —

Brazilian[edit]

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Roupa NovaEm Londres

Best Brazilian Rock Album

NX ZeroAgora
TitãsSacos Plásticos

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Martinho da VilaO Pequeno Burguês!!

  • Arlindo CruzMTV ao Vivo
  • ExaltasambaAo Vivo na Ilha da Magia
  • Harmonia do Samba — Romântico ao Vivo
  • Inimigos da Hp — Ao Vivo em Zoodstock
  • Zeca PagodinhoUma Prova de Amor
Best MPB Album

Ivan Lins and the Metropole OrchestraRegência: Vince Mendoza

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Sérgio ReisCoração Estradeiro

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album

Daniel — As Músicas do Filme O Menino da Porteira

  • Mazinho Quevedo — Alma Caipira
  • Os Serranos — 40 Anos - Sempre Gaúchos!
  • Tchê Guri — A Festa
  • Tradição — Micareta 2 Sertaneja
Best Tropical Brazilian Roots Album

Elba RamalhoBalaio de Amor

  • Banda CalypsoAmor Sem Fim
  • Caju & Castanha — Sorria Você Está Sendo Filmado
  • NetinhoMinha Praia
  • Orquestra Contemporânea de Olinda — Orquestra Contemporânea de Olinda
Best Brazilian Song

Lenine — "Martelo Bigorna"

Children's[edit]

Best Latin Children Album

Various Artists — Pombo Musical

  • Jair Oliveira and Tania Khalill — Grandes Pequeninos
  • Rita Rosa — El Patio De Tu Casa
  • Veveta and Saulinho — A Casa Amarela
  • Vitor and Vitória — Vitor e Vitória

Classical[edit]

Best Classical Album

Sonia Rubinsky — Villa-Lobos: Piano Music; Guia Pratico, Albums 10 and 11; Suite Infantil Nos. 1 and 2

Best Classical Contemporary Composition

Gabriela Lena Frank — "Inca Dances" (Manuel Barrueco and Cuarteto Latinoamericano)

Recording Package[edit]

Best Recording Package

Alejandro Ros — Cantora 1 (Mercedes Sosa)

Production[edit]

Best Engineered Album

Dani Espinet, Micky Forteza Rey, Jose Luis Molero, Jordi Solé and Tom Backer — Orquesta Reciclando (Jarabe de Palo)

  • Bori Alarcón, Alfonso Espadero and Javier García — Despertar (India Martínez)
  • Gabriel Pinheiro and Ricardo Dias — Dois Mundos (Scott Feiner & Pandeiro Jazz)
  • Denílson Campos, Rodrigo Delacroix, Jr Tostoi and Ricardo Garcia — Labiata (Lenine)
  • Renato Alsher, Fernando Aponte, Julio Berta, Marcos Cunha, Zé Guilherme, Caco Law, Alex Moreira, LC Varella and Carlos Freitas — Telecoteco (Paula Morelenbaum)
Producer of the Year

Cachorro López

Music Video[edit]

Best Short Form Music Video
Best Long Form Music Video

Roberto Carlos and Caetano VelosoE A Música De Tom Jobim

Special Awards[edit]

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Trustees Awards

Performers[edit]

Presenters[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • The show marked the first time since 2000 where the same artist did not win both Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
  • Omara Portuondo became the first Cuban artist who lives in Cuba to receive an award on stage. She was awarded Best Contemporary Tropical Album for her album, Gracias.

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