Grammy Awards 2010 Winners: (Live Updates Part 3 – Other Awards)

Here are some more results from the Grammy Awards 2010.

If you haven’t checked Grammy Awards 2010 Winners: (Live Updates Part 1), go here.

If you haven’t checked Grammy Awards 2010 Winners: (Live Updates Part 2), go here.

The following are the Grammy Awards 2010 Winners: (Live Updates Part 3 – Other Awards)

Best Gospel Performance
For solo, duo, group as collaborative performances. Singles or tracks with vocal containing Gospel lyrics. All genres of Gospel music are eligible.
Wait On The Lord by Donnie McClurkin Featuring Karen Clark Sheard

Best Gospel Song
A Songwriter(s) Award. For Song Eligibility Guidelines see the Song Of The Year award. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.
God In Me by Erica Campbell, Tina Campbell & Warryn Campbell, songwriters (Mary Mary Featuring Kierra “KiKi” Sheard)

Best Rock Or Rap Gospel Album
For albums containing 51% or more playing time of VOCAL tracks.
Live Revelations by Third Day

Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album
For albums containing 51% or more playing time of VOCAL tracks.
The Power Of One by Israel Houghton

Best Southern/Country/Bluegrass Gospel Album
For albums containing 51% or more playing time of VOCAL tracks.
Jason Crabb by Jason Crabb

Best Traditional Gospel Album
For albums containing 51% or more playing time of VOCAL tracks.
Oh Happy Day by Bill Hearn, Ken Levitan, Ken Pennell, Jack Rovner & Cedric Thompson, producers

Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album
For albums containing 51% or more playing time of VOCAL tracks.
Audience Of One by Heather Headley

Best Latin Pop Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Sin Frenos by La Quinta Estación

Best Latin Rock, Alternative Or Urban Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Los De Atras Vienen Conmigo by Calle 13

Best Tropical Latin Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Ciclos by Luis Enrique

Best Regional Mexican Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Necesito De Ti by Vicente Fernández

Best Tejano Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Borders Y Bailes by Los Texmaniacs

Best Norteño Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Tu Noche Con…Los Tigres Del Norte by Los Tigres Del Norte

Best Banda Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Tu Esclavo Y Amo by Lupillo Rivera

Best Americana Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Electric Dirt by Levon Helm

Best Bluegrass Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
The Crow / New Songs For The Five-String Banjo by Steve Martin

Best Traditional Blues Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
A Stranger Here by Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

Best Contemporary Blues Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Already Free by The Derek Trucks Band

Best Traditional Folk Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project by Loudon Wainwright III

Best Contemporary Folk Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Townes by Steve Earle

Best Hawaiian Music Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Masters Of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar, Volume 2 by (Various Artists)

Best Native American Music Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Spirit Wind North by Bill Miller

Best Reggae Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Mind Control – Acoustic by Stephen Marley

Best Traditional World Music Album
Vocal or Instrumental.
Douga Mansa by Mamadou Diabate

Best Musical Album For Children
For albums consisting of predominantly music or song vs. spoken word.
Family Time by Ziggy Marley

Best Musical Show Album
Award to the Album Producer(s), and to the Lyricist(s) & Composer(s) of 51% or more of a new score. (Artist, Lyricist & Composer names appear in parentheses.)
West Side Story by David Caddick & David Lai, producers (Leonard Bernstein, composer; Stephen Sondheim, lyricist) (New Broadway Cast with Matt Cavenaugh, Josefina Scaglione & Others)

Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media
A Songwriter(s) award. For a song (melody & lyrics) written specifically for a motion picture, television or other visual media, and released for the first time during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.
Jai Ho (From Slumdog Millionaire) by Gulzar, A.R. Rahman & Tanvi Shah, songwriters (A.R. Rahman, Sukhvinder Singh, Tanvi Shah, Mahalaxmi Iyer & Vijay Prakash)
Track from: Slumdog Millionaire – Music From The Motion Picture

Best Instrumental Composition
A Composer’s Award for an original composition (not an adaptation) first released during the Eligibility Year. Singles or Tracks only.
Married Life (From Up) by Michael Giacchino, composer (Michael Giacchino)
Track from: Up – Soundtrack

Best Orchestral Performance
Award to the Conductor and to the Orchestra.
Ravel: Daphnis Et Chloé by James Levine, conductor (Boston Symphony Orchestra; Tanglewood Festival Chorus)

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