In 2015 the Bee Gees were honored with The Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2003 they received the GRAMMY Legend Award.
Nirvana earned their first GRAMMY for 1995 for Best Alternative Music Album for MTV Unplugged In New York.
At the 26th GRAMMY Awards in 1984, Michael Jackson became the first artist to win eight GRAMMYs in one night.
The legendary guitarist has six recordings inducted into GRAMMY Hall Of Fame, including "All Along The Watchtower" and "Purple Haze."
Nat "King" Cole earned his first win at the 2nd GRAMMY Awards for Best Performance By A "Top 40" Artist for "Midnight Flyer."
In 2018 Fleetwood Mac will become the first-ever band to receive the MusiCares Person of the Year award.
The Beatles earned their first career GRAMMY Awards for 1964, winning Best Performance By A Vocal Group for A Hard Day's Night and Best New Artist.
Elvis Presley won his first GRAMMY for 1967 for Best Sacred Performance for his version of "How Great Thou Art."
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