"Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own" Wins Song Of The Year
Take a trip through GRAMMY history and look back at some of the incredible artists and albums that have been recognized for Album Of The Year.
Meet the nominees for Song Of The Year for the 60th GRAMMY Awards, taking place Jan. 28, 2018, in New York City.
From Album Of The Year for The Joshua Tree to Best Rock Album for How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, U2 have won 22 GRAMMY Awards throughout their career.
(Barbra Streisand and Paul Williams and Joe Brooks tie for the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year at the 20th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 23, 1978, in Los Angeles.)
Barbra Streisand: I just realized something.
Paul Williams: Yeah?
Streisand: Well, two things.
Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge accept the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year at the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 15, 2016, in Los Angeles.
Adele and Paul Epworth accept the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year at the 54th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 12, 2012, in Los Angeles.
Fun. accept the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year at the 55th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 10, 2013, in Los Angeles.
LL Cool J announces the 56th GRAMMY nominees for Song Of The Year on "The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!!" on Dec. 6.
From Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson to Cyndi Lauper, U2 and the Beastie Boys, see what music's biggest stars wore at the GRAMMYs in the 1980s.
The GRAMMY Awards have presented an impressive array of performers over the years. From Britney Spears, U2 and Katy Perry to Eminem, Prince and Beyoncé, take a look back at GRAMMY performers from the 2000s. How many memorable performances do you recognize from the chronological list below?
Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder accept the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year on behalf of Sting at the 26th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 28, 1984, in Los Angeles.
58th GRAMMY nominee Charlie Puth interviewed on the red carpet at the 58th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 15, 2016, at Staples Center in Los Angeles.