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The blues legend was honored with a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987.
Faith Hill has won two GRAMMYs for duets with her husband, Tim McGraw: "Let's Make Love" and "Like We Never Loved At All."
Paul McCartney has 78 career GRAMMY nominations, second to Quincy Jones for the most in GRAMMY history.
The Canadian singer/songwriter won his first GRAMMY for the song "Where Are Ü Now" with Diplo and Skrillex.
The duo made their GRAMMY stage debut at the 55th GRAMMY Awards with "Lonely Boy," backed by Dr. John and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
The trio won their first GRAMMY for the song "I Run To You" at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards.
Jennifer Hudson honored the late Whitney Houston with a performance of "I Will Always Love You" at the 54th GRAMMY Awards.
Winehouse earned five awards at the 50th GRAMMY Awards, including Record and Song Of The Year for "Rehab" and Best New Artist.