Watch An Ironically Speechless Bonnie Raitt Win A GRAMMY For "Something To Talk About" In 1992 | GRAMMY Rewind
Bonnie Raitt was caught off guard by this unexpected win in the Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female category, but she handled her acceptance speech with her trademark humor and grace.
The acclaimed singer/songwriter was already a four-time GRAMMY winner leading up to the 34th GRAMMY Awards, and Raitt's hot streak just kept going that night in early 1992. In addition to winning a GRAMMY for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female, she also took home golden gramophones for Best Rock Vocal Solo Performance and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal. Watch more episodes of GRAMMY Rewind on GRAMMY.com/videos.