Fans pay tribute to Chris Cornell in Detroit on May 19, 2017
Paul Simon has won Album Of The Year three times: Bridge Over Troubled Water with Simon & Garfunkel and twice for Still Crazy After All These Years and Graceland.
Among her 27 GRAMMYs, Alison Krauss has won Album Of The Year twice: the soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2001) and Raising Sand (2008) with Robert Plant.
Lauryn Hill won Album Of The Year in consecutive years for The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill (1998) and as a featured artist on Carlos Santana's Supernatural (1999).
Taylor Swift has won Album Of The Year twice: Fearless (2010) and 1989 (2015).
Norah Jones has won Album Of The Year twice: Come Away With Me (2002) and as a featured artist on Herbie Hancock's River: The Joni Letters (2007).
The Chairman of the Board won Album Of The Year three times: Come Dance With Me (1959), September Of My Years (1965) and A Man And His Music (1966).
The 25-time GRAMMY winner has won Album Of The Year three times: Innervisions (1973), Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974) and Songs In The Key Of Life (1976).
The London-born Adele is one of two female solo artists to win Album Of The Year twice for her own solo albums.