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Throughout the history of the Grammy Awards, many significant records have been set. This page only includes the competitive awards which have been won by various artists. This does not include the various special awards that are presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences such as Lifetime Achievement Awards, Trustees Awards, Technical Awards or Legend Awards. The page however does include other non-performance related Grammys (known as the Craft & Production Fields) that may have been presented to the artist(s).

Awards[edit]

Most Grammys won[edit]

Georg Solti won a total of 31 Grammy Awards

The record for the most Grammy Awards won in a lifetime is held by Georg Solti, a Hungarian-British conductor who was music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for twenty-two years (1969-1991). He won 31 competitive Grammy Awards out of 74 nominations and was also awarded the first Grammy Trustees Award in 1967 and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996.[1][2]

Rank Artist Awards
1 Georg Solti 31
2 Beyoncé[a] 28
Quincy Jones
4 Alison Krauss[b] 27
5 Pierre Boulez 26
6 Chick Corea 25
Vladimir Horowitz
John Williams
9 Jay-Z 23
10 Vince Gill 22
U2
Kanye West
Stevie Wonder
14 Henry Mancini 20
Pat Metheny
Al Schmitt
Bruce Springsteen

Most Grammys won by a male artist[edit]

Georg Solti has won 31 Grammy Awards.

Rank Artist Awards
1 Georg Solti 31
2 Quincy Jones 28
3 Pierre Boulez 26
4 Chick Corea 25
Vladimir Horowitz
John Williams
7 Jay-Z 23
8 Vince Gill 22
Kanye West
Stevie Wonder
11 Henry Mancini 20
Pat Metheny
Al Schmitt
Bruce Springsteen
15 David Frost 19
16 Tony Bennett 18
Yo-Yo Ma
Paul McCartney[c]
Jimmy Sturr

Most Grammys won by a female artist[edit]

Beyoncé has won a total of 28 Grammy Awards.

As a solo artist, collaborator, and songwriter, Beyoncé has won 28 Grammy Awards.

Rank Artist Awards
1 Beyoncé[a] 28
2 Alison Krauss[b] 27
3 Aretha Franklin 18
4 Adele 15
Alicia Keys
6 Ella Fitzgerald 13
Emmylou Harris
Leontyne Price
9 Lady Gaga 12
CeCe Winans
11 Shirley Caesar 11
Linda Ronstadt
Taylor Swift
14 Chaka Khan 10
Dolly Parton
Bonnie Raitt
17 Cheryl Bentyne[d] 9
Mary J. Blige
Natalie Cole
Sheryl Crow
Margaret Hillis
Norah Jones
Rihanna
Hillary Scott[e]
Janis Siegel[d]

Most Grammys won by a group[edit]

22-time Grammy Winners, U2 in 2005

U2 holds the record for most Grammy Awards won by a group. They have won 22 awards.

Rank Artists Awards
1 U2 22
2 Union Station 14
3 The Chicks 12
4 Foo Fighters 11
5 Pat Metheny Group 10
6 Emerson String Quartet 9
7 Asleep At The Wheel 8
The Blackwood Brothers
The Manhattan Transfer
Metallica
Santana
Take 6
13 The Beatles 7
Coldplay
Lady A
Los Tigres del Norte
Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder
Simon & Garfunkel

Most Grammys won by a producer[edit]

28-time Grammy Winner, Quincy Jones in 1997

Quincy Jones with 28 awards holds the record for most Grammy Awards won by a producer (and eleven of those were awarded for production duties. Jones also received Grammys as an arranger and a performing artist). Some producers have also won awards as engineers, mixers and/or mastering engineers.

Rank Producer Awards
1 Quincy Jones 28
2 David Frost 19
3 David Foster 16
James Mallinson
5 Steven Epstein 15
6 Phil Ramone 14
7 T Bone Burnett 13
Jay David Saks
Pharrell Williams
Robert Woods

Most Grammys won by a rapper[edit]

23-time Grammy Award winner Jay-Z.

Jay-Z, with 23 awards, has won more Grammy Awards than any other rapper. Kanye West is second with 22 Grammy Awards, while Lauryn Hill is the most awarded female rapper, with 8 Grammy Awards.[3]

Rank Engineer / Mixer Awards
1 Jay-Z 23
2 Kanye West 22
3 Eminem 15
4 Kendrick Lamar 13
Pharrell Williams
6 Lauryn Hill 8
7 André 3000 7
Dr. Dre
9 Outkast 6
10 Childish Gambino 5
Lil Wayne

Most Grammys won by an engineer or mixer[edit]

Al Schmitt, with 20 awards, has won more Grammy Awards than any other engineer or mixer. Serban Ghenea is second with 16 Grammy Awards.[4]

Rank Engineer / Mixer Awards
1 Al Schmitt 20
2 Serban Ghenea 16
3 Tom Elmhirst 15

Youngest winners[edit]

LeAnn Rimes is the youngest individual Grammy winner and the youngest to win Best New Artist.

The Peasall Sisters are the youngest Grammy winners, when they were credited artists on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, which won Album of the Year in 2002.[5] Blue Ivy Carter is the youngest individually credited winner. She was 9 years old when she won her first award in 2021, after she was credited on her mother Beyoncé's song Brown Skin Girl, released in 2019. LeAnn Rimes is the youngest individual winner. She was 14 years old when she won her first two awards in 1997. She was also the first Country artist to win the Best New Artist Grammy.

Rank Age Artist
1 8 years Leah Peasall
2 9 years, 66 days Blue Ivy Carter
3 11 years Hannah Peasall
4 14 years Sarah Peasall
5 14 years, 182 days LeAnn Rimes
6 14 years, 313 days Luis Miguel
7 16 years, 308 days Stephen Marley
8 17 years, 80 days Lorde
9 18 years, 39 days Billie Eilish
10 18 years, 105 days Daya

Youngest artists to win Album of the Year[edit]

Billie Eilish is the youngest artist to win the Grammys for Album of the Year and Record of the Year.

Billie Eilish is the youngest artist to win Album of the Year as a lead. She was 18 years old, while winning for her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? in 2020.

Rank Age Artist
1 18 years, 39 days Billie Eilish
2 20 years, 49 days Taylor Swift (2010)
3 21 years, 272 days Alanis Morissette
4 22 years, 18 days Barbra Streisand
5 23 years, 274 days Lauryn Hill
6 23 years, 283 days Adele (2012)
7 23 years, 293 days Stevie Wonder (1974)
8 23 years, 330 days Norah Jones

Youngest artist to win Record of the Year[edit]

At 18 years of age, Billie Eilish became the youngest artist to win Record of the Year when she won for “Bad Guy” in 2020.

Rank Age Artist
1 18 years, 39 days Billie Eilish (2020)
2 19 years, 86 days Billie Eilish (2021)
3 22 years, 265 days Sam Smith
4 22 years, 320 days Kimbra
5 23 years, 72 days Jared Followill (Kings of Leon)
6 23 years, 199 days Bobby Darin
7 23 years, 283 days Adele (2012)
8 23 years, 330 days Norah Jones
9 24 years, 23 days Florence LaRue (The 5th Dimension)
10 24 years, 149 days Amy Winehouse

Youngest artist to win Song of the Year[edit]

Lorde became the youngest Song of the Year winner in 2014.

At 17 years of age, Lorde became the youngest artist to win Song of the Year when she won for “Royals” in 2014.

Youngest artist to win Best New Artist[edit]

At 14 years of age, LeAnn Rimes became the youngest Best New Artist winner when she won in 1997.

Oldest winners[edit]

Pinetop Perkins is the oldest Grammy winner, winning just weeks prior to his death

Pinetop Perkins is the oldest person to win a Grammy. In 2011 he was awarded with Best Traditional Blues Album for Joined At The Hip, at 97 years of age.

Rank Age Artist
1 97 years, 221 days Pinetop Perkins
2 95 years, 31 days George Burns
3 94 years, 132 days Jimmy Carter (2019)
4 91 years, 137 days Jimmy Carter (2016)
5 90 years, 52 days Elizabeth Cotten
6 90 years, 26 days Betty White

Note: Sources vary on the birth year of Elizabeth Cotten, with some stating it as 1893, while others say 1895. The above information credits it as 1895. With either year, Cotten is the oldest female Grammy winner.

Most honored albums[edit]

Santana's Supernatural and U2's How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb hold the record for most honoured album having won nine awards. Supernatural won nine awards in 2000 and How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb won three awards in 2005 and won a further six in 2006 giving it a total of nine awards.

Number Albums and artists Awards
1 How to Dismantle an Atomic BombU2 9
SupernaturalSantana
3 Genius Loves CompanyRay Charles 8
ThrillerMichael Jackson
5 24K MagicBruno Mars 7
All That You Can't Leave BehindU2
Back on the BlockQuincy Jones
Come Away With MeNorah Jones
9 21Adele 6
The Blueprint 3Jay-Z
Bridge over Troubled WaterSimon & Garfunkel
Raising SandRobert Plant & Alison Krauss
The Return of Roger MillerRoger Miller
To Pimp a ButterflyKendrick Lamar
Toto IVToto
Unforgettable... with LoveNatalie Cole

Most Album of the Year wins[edit]

Tom Coyne won Album of the Year and Record of the Year four times as a mastering engineer.

The record for most Album of the Year wins is four. Two engineer/mixers and one mastering engineer have won the award four times;

Four recording artists, four record producers, two engineer/mixers and one mastering engineers have won the award three times;

Most Record of the Year wins[edit]

The record for most Record of the Year wins is four. Tom Coyne won four consecutive times as a mastering engineer — “Stay with Me (Darkchild Version)” (2015), “Uptown Funk” (2016), “Hello” (2017), “24K Magic” (2018)

One recording artist and one engineer/mixer have won the award three times;

Most Song of the Year wins[edit]

The record for the most Song of the Year wins is two. Six songwriters have won in this category twice;

Most Grammys won for consecutive albums[edit]

Alison Krauss and Union Station, Beyoncé (including Everything Is Love), Pat Metheny (along with the Pat Metheny Group), and The Manhattan Transfer have won seven consecutive awards for seven consecutive studio albums.

Most consecutive Grammys won for the same category[edit]

Rank Artist Category Years
1 Aretha Franklin Best Female R&B Vocal Performance 8; (1968-1975)
2 Bill Cosby Best Comedy Album 6; (1965-1970)
John Williams Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media 6; (1978-1983)
Jimmy Sturr Best Polka Album 6; (1987-1992)
3 Vince Gill Best Male Country Vocal Performance 5; (1995-1999)
5 Pat Benatar Best Female Rock Vocal Performance 4; (1981-1984)
Robert Shaw Best Choral Performance 4; (1988-1991)
Jack Renner Best Engineered Album, Classical 4; (1988-1991)
Jimmy Sturr (three times) Best Polka Album 4; (1996-1999)
(2001-2004)
(2006-2009)
Lenny Kravitz Best Male Rock Vocal Performance 4; (1999-2002)
Tom Coyne Record of the Year 4; (2015-2018)

Artists who have won all four General Field awards[edit]

Adele is one of three artists who have won all four general field awards.

There have only been three artists who have won all four General Field awards: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist.

In 1981, Christopher Cross became the first artist to win all four awards, as well as the first act to win all four awards in a single ceremony.

In 2009, Adele won Best New Artist and both in 2012 and 2017, she won Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year. She is the second artist to win all four overall, and the first female to do so.

In 2020, Billie Eilish became the third musician ever, second woman overall, and first female artist to win all four awards in a single ceremony.[6]

Single ceremony[edit]

Most Grammys won in one night[edit]

The record for most Grammys won in one night is eight. Michael Jackson won eight in 1984 and Santana tied Jackson's record in 2000.[7][8]

Rank Artist(s) Awards
1 Michael Jackson (1984) 8
Santana (2000)
3 Paul Simon (1971) 7
4 Roger Miller (1966) 6
Quincy Jones (1991)
Eric Clapton (1993)
Beyoncé (2010)
Adele (2012)
Tom Elmhirst (2017)
Bruno Mars (2018)
Finneas O'Connell (2020)

Most Grammys won by a male artist in one night[edit]

Michael Jackson won a record eight awards in 1984

The record for most Grammys won by a male artist in one night is eight. Michael Jackson won eight in 1984.

Rank Artist(s) Awards
1 Michael Jackson (1984) 8
2 Paul Simon (1971) 7
3 Roger Miller (1966) 6
Quincy Jones (1991)
Eric Clapton (1993)
Bruno Mars (2018)

Most Grammys won by a female artist in one night[edit]

Adele and Beyonce won six awards in a single year.

The record for most Grammys won by a female artist in one night is six. Beyoncé and Adele each won six in 2010 and 2012, respectively.

Rank Artist Awards
1 Beyoncé (2010) 6
Adele (2012)
3 Lauryn Hill (1999) 5
Alicia Keys (2002)
Norah Jones (2003)
Beyoncé (2004)
Amy Winehouse (2008)
Alison Krauss (2009)
Adele (2017)
Billie Eilish (2020)

Most Grammys won by a group in one night[edit]

Santana won a record-tying eight awards in 2000

The record for most Grammys won by a group artist in one night is eight. Santana won eight in 2000.

Rank Artists Awards
1 Santana (2000) 8
2 Simon & Garfunkel (1971) 5
U2 (2006)
The Chicks (2007)
Lady A (2011)
Foo Fighters (2012)

Most Grammys won by a record producer in one night[edit]

Quincy Jones won six Grammys in 1991, setting the record for most Grammys won by a producer in one night.

The record for most awards won by a producer in one night is six. The record was set by Quincy Jones who won six awards in 1991, including Album of the Year, Best Arrangement On An Instrumental, Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s), Best Jazz Fusion Performance, Best Pop Instrumental Performance, Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group, as well as Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for his own studio album "Back on the Block".[9]

Finneas O'Connell tied the record in 2020, winning Producer of the Year, Non-Classical and five additional awards, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical, and Best Pop Vocal Album for his contribution on Billie Eilish's When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?.[10]

Most Grammys won by an engineer or mixer in one night[edit]

The most Grammys won by an engineer or mixer in one night is six. At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017, Tom Elmhirst won Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Rock Album, Best Alternative Music Album, as well as Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work on Adele's 25, Cage the Elephant's Tell Me I'm Pretty, and David Bowie's Blackstar respectively.[11]

Artists who have won all four General Field Awards at a single ceremony[edit]

Christopher Cross was the first artist to win all four general field categories in one night

Christopher Cross (1981) and Billie Eilish (2020) are the only artists who have received all four General Field awards in one night.[12]

Artists who have won Album, Record, and Song of the Year in one night[edit]

Adele is the only artist to have won Album, Record, and Song of the Year in a single year twice.

The three biggest Grammy Awards are Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Eight artists have won all three in one night. Adele is the first and only artist in Grammy history to accomplish this feat twice.

Year Artist
1971 Paul Simon
1972 Carole King
1981 Christopher Cross
1993 Eric Clapton
2007 The Dixie Chicks
2012 Adele
2017
2018 Bruno Mars
2020 Billie Eilish

Most Grammys won by an album in one night[edit]

The most awards awarded to an album in one night is nine. At the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards in 2000 Santana's Supernatural was awarded nine awards. It won Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, Best Pop Instrumental Performance, Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, Best Rock Instrumental Performance, Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and Best Rock Album.

Most posthumous Grammys won in one night[edit]

Ray Charles won five Grammys in 2005, less than a year after his death.

Ray Charles holds the record for most posthumous awards won in one night. He was awarded five Grammy Awards at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards in 2005, including both Record of the Year and Album of the Year.

Nominations[edit]

Most Grammy nominations[edit]

Quincy Jones and Jay-Z hold the record for the most Grammy nominations with 80 each.[13][14]

Rank Artist Nominations
1 Quincy Jones 80
Jay-Z[f]
3 Beyoncé[g] 79
Paul McCartney[h]
5 Georg Solti 74
Stevie Wonder
7 Henry Mancini 72
John Williams
9 Kanye West 70
10 Pierre Boulez 67
Chick Corea
12 Leonard Bernstein 63
13 Jay David Saks 53
14 Willie Nelson 52
15 Dolly Parton 50
Thomas Z. Shepard
Bruce Springsteen
18 Babyface 49
James Mallinson

Most nominations in one night[edit]

Michael Jackson and Babyface hold the record for most Grammy nominations in one night with 12 nominations.

Rank Artist Nominations Year
1 Michael Jackson 12 1984
Babyface 1997
3 Kendrick Lamar 11 2016
4 Lauryn Hill 10 1999
Kanye West 2005
Beyoncé 2010
Eminem 2011
8 Paul McCartney 9 1966
Roger Miller
The Manhattan Transfer 1986
Eric Clapton 1993
Santana 2000
Jay-Z 2014
Beyoncé 2017
2021

Most nominations without winning[edit]

Zubin Mehta holds the record for most Grammy nominations without winning.

With 18 nominations, Zubin Mehta has received the most Grammy nominations without winning.

Rank Artist Nominations
1 Zubin Mehta 18
2 Snoop Dogg 17
3 Brian McKnight 16
4 Björk 15
Chris Gehringer
Fred Hersch
Joe Satriani
8 Toshiko Akiyoshi 14
Dierks Bentley
Martina McBride
11 Katy Perry 13
Spyro Gyra
Dave Kutch
Musiq Soulchild
Charlie Wilson
16 Lenny Gomulka 12
Keith Jarrett
Busta Rhymes
Diana Ross
Jazmine Sullivan

Norwegian sound engineer and chorus leader Morten Lindberg was removed from this list when he won his first Grammy Award on his 28th nomination in February 2020. R&B singer Ledisi and rapper Nas earned their first Grammys in 2021 with their 13th and 14th nominations, respectively.

Most nominations in one night without winning[edit]

Paul McCartney was nominated for nine awards in 1966 but failed to win

The record for most Grammy nominations without a win in one night is 9, held by Paul McCartney. The record was set in 1966.

Rank Artist Nominations
1 Paul McCartney (1966) 9
2 Rihanna (2017) 8
Kanye West (2017)
Jay-Z (2018)
5 Stevie Wonder (1983) 7
India.Arie (2002)
Kendrick Lamar (2014)
8 Henry Mancini (1959) 6
Thomas Z. Shepard (1970)
Lionel Richie (1982)
David Foster (1986)
Mariah Carey (1996)
50 Cent (2006)
Bruno Mars (2012)
Roddy Ricch (2021)

Grammy nominations in the most fields[edit]

Rank Artist Number Fields
1 Quincy Jones 15 General field, spoken word, arranging, music video/film, jazz, pop, rap, R&B, children's, musical theatre, disco, composition, gospel/contemporary Christian music, music for visual media and production, non-classical
2 Paul McCartney 12 General field, pop, arranging, rock, traditional, music for visual media, music video/film, spoken word, historical, alternative music, rap, and package
3 David Foster 10 General field, R&B, arranging, composition, music for visual media, production, music video/film, pop, traditional and musical theatre
Bob Dylan General field, country, gospel/contemporary Christian music, rock, music video/film, music for visual media, folk pop, American roots and traditional
Béla Fleck Country, pop, jazz, American roots, world music, classical, folk, spoken word, historical, composition and arranging
6 Jack White 9 General field, rock, alternative, country, pop, package, music video/film, American roots and engineered album
Janet Jackson General field, pop, R&B, rock, arranging, rap, music video/film, dance and production, non-classical
8 Cyndi Lauper 8 General field, rock, pop, music video/film, dance, arranging, American roots and musical theater
Elton John General field, pop, musical theatre, rock, music video/film, music for visual media, composition and R&B
Elvis Costello General field, pop, rock, music for visual media, spoken word, alternative, American roots and traditional
Prince General field, pop, R&B, rock, engineered album, music video/film, music for visual media and production, non-classical
Michael Jackson General field, pop, R&B, rock, disco, children's, music video/film and production, non-classical
Danger Mouse General field, pop, R&B, rock, rap, alternative, music video/film and production, non-classical
Herbie Hancock General field, pop, R&B, rock, jazz, music video/film, music for visual media and composition
Lionel Richie General field, pop, R&B, music for visual media, dance, arranging, gospel/contemporary Christian music and production, non-classical
Justin Timberlake General field, pop, R&B, country, rap, music for visual media, dance and music video/film
Stevie Wonder General field, pop, R&B, arranging, composition, music for visual media, music video/film and production, non-classical
Linda Rondstadt General field, pop, rock, country, american roots, children, latin and music video/film
Beyoncé General field, pop, R&B, rock, rap, music for visual media, surround sound and music video/film
Pharrell Williams General field, pop, R&B, dance, rap, music for visual media, music video/film and production, non-classical

Artists who had been nominated for all four General Field awards in one night[edit]

Only twelve artists have been nominated for all four General Field awards in one night. Lizzo is the oldest person to be nominated for all four awards in one night, at 31 years old; while the youngest person to be nominated is Billie Eilish at 17 years old. Both were nominated in 2020, making it the first time that two artists were nominated for all four awards in one night. In 1968, Bobbie Gentry became the first person and first female artist to be nominated for all four awards, followed by Christopher Cross in 1981 and Fun. in 2013, becoming the first male artist and first group to be nominated, respectively.

Year Artist
1968 Bobbie Gentry
1981 Christopher Cross
1985 Cyndi Lauper
1989 Tracy Chapman
1991 Mariah Carey
1998 Paula Cole
2002 India.Arie
2008 Amy Winehouse
2013 Fun.
2015 Sam Smith
2020 Billie Eilish
Lizzo

Youngest nominees[edit]

Leah Peasall of The Peasall Sisters is the youngest ever Grammy nominee (and winner) as one of the credited artists on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Soundtrack in 2002.[5] Deleon Richards is the youngest performer to receive an individual nomination, for Best Soul/Gospel performance.[15]

Rank Age Artist
1 8 years Leah Peasall
2 8 years, 161 days Deleon Richards
3 8 years, 322 days Blue Ivy Carter
4 10 years Stephen Marley
5 11 years Hannah Peasall
6 12 years, 126 days Zac Hanson
7 12 years, 155 days Joey Alexander
8 12 years, 199 days Michael Jackson
9 12 years, 234 days Kelvin Grant
10 12 years, 273 days Billy Gilman
11 14 years, 45 days Chris "Daddy Mac" Smith
12 14 years, 140 days Marie Osmond
13 14 years, 182 days LeAnn Rimes
14 14 years Sarah Peasall
15 14 years, 197 days Chris "Mac Daddy" Kelly
16 14 years, 313 days Luis Miguel
17 14 years, 348 days Taylor Hanson

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Includes 3 awards as part of Destiny's Child and one award as part of The Carters
  2. ^ a b Includes 14 awards with Union Station
  3. ^ Includes 7 awards as part of The Beatles
  4. ^ a b Includes 8 awards as part of The Manhattan Transfer
  5. ^ Includes 7 awards as part of Lady A
  6. ^ Includes 3 nominations as part of The Carters
  7. ^ Includes 13 nominations as part of Destiny's Child and 3 nominations as part of The Carters
  8. ^ Includes 23 nominations as part of The Beatles

References[edit]

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  10. ^ "Finneas O'Connel | Artist". The Recording Academy. Retrieved April 2, 2021.
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