A History Of Best New Artists

A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
John Legend (2005). John Legend holds his Grammy’s for best new artist, best R&B album, and best male R&B vocal performance, backstage at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards. (credit: Reed Saxon/AP Photo)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Nora Jones (2002) (Credit: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Evenescence (2003). Singer Amy Lee of Evenescence (credit: Martin Oeser/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Christina Aguilera (1999). (Credit: Hector Mata/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Shelby Lynne (2000). (Credit: Lucy Nicholson/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Alicia Keyes (2001). (Credit: Hector Mata/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Maroon 5 (2004). (Credit:Robyn Beck/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Carrie Underwood (2006). (Credit: Kevin Winters/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
British singer Amy Winehouse (2007). Winehouse performs for the 50th Grammy Awards ceremony via video link. (Credit: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images for NARAS)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
British singer Adele holds the Grammy (2008) awards for the Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “Chasing Pavements” during the 51st Annual Grammy Awards. (Photo credit: VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Zac Brown Band (2009). (Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
In a category crowded with tough competition like Justin Bieber, Drake, Florence & The Machine and Mumford & Sons, Spalding bests her competition. (Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Sheryl Crow (1994). (Credit: DAN GROSHONG/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Lauryn Hill (1998). (Credit: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Toni Braxton (1993). At the 36th Annual Grammy Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Braxton won for best R&B Vocal Performance by a female and also for Best New Artist. (Credit: TIMOTHY CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Paula Cole (1997). Paula Cole during the 40th Grammy Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York. (Credit: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
LeAnn Rimes (1996). (Credit: Jon Levy/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Arrested Development (1992). (Credit: Kevin Mazur Archive/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Hootie&The Blowfish (1995). (Credit: Jeff Haynes/AFP/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Mariah Carey (1990). (Credit: Bill Swersey/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Mark Cohn (1991). (Credit: www.myspace.com/Mark Cohn)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
No Winner (1989). German pop group Milli Vanilli’s debut album achieved international success and won them a Grammy for Best New Artist in 1989. However the award was revoked after it was revealed that the lead vocals were not the voices of lead singers Fab Morvan and the late, Rob Pilatus. (Credit: Associated Press)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Tracy Chapman (1988). (Credit: Associated Press)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
The Beatles (1964). The band members, from left to right, are George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. (Credit: AP)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Bette Midler (1973). (Credit: Ron Galella/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Bruce Horsnby (1986). (Credit: Jim Shea/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Culture Club (1983). Boy George, lead singer for Culture Club. (Credit: Associated Press)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Cyndi Lauper (1984). (Credit: Ron Galella/Getty Images)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Jody Watley (1987). (Credit: Associated Press)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Men At Work (1982). (Credit: www.myspace.com/menatwork)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Sade (1985). (Credit: Associated Press)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Sheena Easton (1981). (Credit: www.myspace.com/eastonsheena)
A History Of Best New Artist
A History Of Best New Artist
Bob Newhart (1960). Suprised to see Mr. Newhart on this list? His comedy albulm the Button-down Mind of Bob Newhart took 3 Grammy’s that year. (Credit: Associated Press)
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