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Blues Grammy Awards
Winners by Year


Here's a list or Blues grammy award winners
From the past 20 years.

The Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album has been awarded since 1983. From 2001 to 2003 the award recipients included the producers and engineers as well as the artists.

2000s Best Traditional Blues Album

• Grammy Awards of 2007
• Ike Turner for Risin' with the Blues
• Grammy Awards of 2006
• B.B. King & Friends for 80
• Grammy Awards of 2005
• Etta James for Blues to the Bone
• Grammy Awards of 2004
• Buddy Guy for Blues Singer
• Grammy Awards of 2003
• Anthony Daigle, John Holbrock (engineers/mixers) & B. B. King (producer & artist) for A Christmas Celebration of Hope
• Grammy Awards of 2002
• John P. Hampton, Jared Tuten (engineers) & Jimmie Vaughan (producer & artist) for Do You Get the Blues?
• Grammy Awards of 2001
• Simon Climie (producer), Alan Douglas (engineer), Eric Clapton (producer & artist) & B. B. King for Riding With the King
• Grammy Awards of 2000
• B. B. King for Blues on the Bayou

1990s Best Traditional Blues Album

• Grammy Awards of 1999
• Otis Rush for Any Place I'm Going
• Grammy Awards of 1998
• John Lee Hooker for Don't Look Back
• Grammy Awards of 1997
• James Cotton for Deep in the Blues
• Grammy Awards of 1996
• John Lee Hooker for Chill Out
• Grammy Awards of 1995
• Eric Clapton for From the Cradle
• Grammy Awards of 1994
• B. B. King for Blues Summit
• Grammy Awards of 1993
• Dr. John for Goin' Back to New Orleans
• Grammy Awards of 1992
• B. B. King for Live at the Apollo
• Grammy Awards of 1991
• B. B. King for Live at San Quentin
• Grammy Awards of 1990
• Bonnie Raitt & John Lee Hooker for "I'm In the Mood"

1980s Best Traditional Blues Album

• Grammy Awards of 1989
• Willie Dixon for Hidden Charms
• Grammy Awards of 1988
• Professor Longhair for Houseparty New Orleans Style
• Grammy Awards of 1987
• Albert Collins, Johnny Copeland & Robert Cray for Showdown!
• Grammy Awards of 1986
• B. B. King for "My Guitar Sings the Blues"
• Grammy Awards of 1985
• Sugar Blue, John P. Hammond, J.B. Hutto & the New Hawks, Luther 'Guitar Junior' Johnson, Koko Taylor & the Blues Machine & Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble for Blues Explosion
• Grammy Awards of 1984
• B. B. King for Blues 'N' Jazz
• Grammy Awards of 1983
• Clarence Gatemouth Brown for Alright Again


The Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album has been awarded since 1988. From 2001 to 2003 the award recipients included the producers and engineers as well as the artists

2000s Best Contemporary Blues Album


• Grammy Awards of 2007
• Irma Thomas for After the Rain
• Grammy Awards of 2006
• Delbert McClinton for Cost Of Living
• Grammy Awards of 2005
• Keb' Mo' for Keep It Simple
• Grammy Awards of 2004
• Etta James for Let's Roll
• Grammy Awards of 2003
• Joe Henry (producer), S. Husky Höskulds (engineer/mixer) & Solomon Burke for Don't Give Up On Me
• Grammy Awards of 2002
• Gary Nicholson (producer), Richard Dodd, Don Smith (engineers) & Delbert McClinton (producer & artist) for Nothing Personal
• Grammy Awards of 2001
• Tony Braunagel (producer), Joe McGrath, Terry Becker (engineers/mixers), Taj Mahal & the Phantom Blues Band for Shoutin' In Key
• Grammy Awards of 2000
• The Robert Cray Band for Take Your Shoes Off

1990s Best Contemporary Blues Album

• Grammy Awards of 1999
• Keb' Mo' for Slow Down
• Grammy Awards of 1998
• Taj Mahal for Señor Blues
• Grammy Awards of 1997
• Keb' Mo' for Just Like You
• Grammy Awards of 1996
• Buddy Guy for Slippin' In
• Grammy Awards of 1995
• Pops Staples for Father Father
• Grammy Awards of 1994
• Buddy Guy for Feels Like Rain
• Grammy Awards of 1993
• Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble for The Sky Is Crying
• Grammy Awards of 1992
• Buddy Guy for Damn Right, I've Got The Blues
• Grammy Awards of 1991
• Jimmie Vaughan & Stevie Ray Vaughan for Family Style
• Grammy Awards of 1990
• Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble for In Step

1980s Best Contemporary Blues Album

• Grammy Awards of 1989
• The Robert Cray Band for "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark"
• Grammy Awards of 1988
• The Robert Cray Band for Strong Persuader





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