Grammy Awards 2012 Winners

Staples Center in LA hosted the 54th Grammy Awards 2012, and it was a finale to the nominations that were announced on the 30th of November last year. Bruce Springsteen opened the performances and LL Cool J lead a prayer for Whitney Houston who passed away just a day before the most important music night of the year. In all, there were 78 Grammys given out, and English sensation Adele swept the awards with 6 Grammys to herself. Over here, we will have a look at the important category winners of the Grammy Awards 2012.

These were some of the noteworthy winners who came out tops in all the tough competition, of the 54th Grammy Awards finale that was held in LA.

54th Grammy Awards 2012 Winners
Category Winner
Record of the Year Rolling in the Deep – Adele
Album of the Year 21 – Adele
Song of the Year Rolling in the Deep – Adele
Best New Artist Bon Iver
Best Pop Solo Someone Like You – Adele
Best Pop Duo/Group Body & Soul – Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse
Best Pop Instrumental Album The Road From Memphis – Booker Jones
Best Pop Vocal Album 21 – Adele
Best Rock Performance Walk – Foo Fighters
Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance White Limo – Foo Fighters
Best Rock Song Walk – Foo Fighters
Best Rock Album Wasting Light – Foo Fighters
Best Alternative Music Album Bon Iver – Bon Iver
Best R&B Performance Is This Love – Corrine Bailey Rae
Best R&B Album FAME – Chris Brown
Best Rap Performance Otis – Jay Z & Kayne West feat. Otis Redding
Best Rap Album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy – Kayne West
Best Country Solo Mean – Taylor Swift
Best Country Duo/Group Barton Hollow – The Civil Wars
Best Country Song Mean – Taylor Swift
Best Country Album What’s It All About – Pat Metheny
Best Blues Album Revelator – Tedeschi Trucks Band
Best Folk Album Barton Hollow – The Civil Wars
Best Reggae Album Revelation: The Root of Life – Stephen Marley
Best Comedy Album Hilarious – Louis CK
Record of the Year Rolling in the Deep – Adele

All in all, the 54th Grammy Awards was a night that was all about a tribute to the legend, Whitney Houston, and of course the big winner, Adele, with 6 Grammy Awards to her name.

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