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Louisiana Music at the Grammy Awards
Louisiana Grammy Award Nominees and Winners - winners noted by [w]

Artist(s)
Category
Title
1958 - 1st Annual GRAMMY Awards
Keely Smith & Louis Prima [w] Best Performance By A Vocal Group Or Chorus That Old Black Magic
Van Cliburn [w] Best Classical Performance - Instrumentalist Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1
1959 - 2nd Annual GRAMMY Awards
Louis Armstrong & others Best Sound Track Album, Original Cast The Five Pennies
Van Cliburn [w] Best Classical Performance, Concerto or Instrumental Soloist Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3
1960 - 3rd Annual GRAMMY Awards
no nominees     
1961 - 4th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Chris Kenner Best Rock & Roll Recording I Like It Like That
Ernie K-Doe Best Rhythm & Blues Recording Mother-In-Law
Al Hirt Best Jazz Performance, Soloist Or Small Group Greatest Horn In The World
Al Hirt Best Performance By An Orchestra, Other Than Dancing Greatest Horn In The World
Faron Young Best Country & Western Recording Hello Walls
Mahalia Jackson [w] Best Gospel Or Other Religious Recording Everytime I Feel The Spirit
Louis Armstrong & others Best Sound Track/Recording Of Score, Motion Picture/TV Paris Blues
1962 - 5th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Claude King Best Country & Western Recording Wolverton Mountain
Mahalia Jackson [w] Best Gospel Or Other Religious Recording Great Songs of Love And Faith
1963 - 6th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Al Hirt Album Of The Year Honey In The Horn
Al Hirt Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Soloist/Small Group Our Man In New Orleans
Al Hirt Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Large Group Our Man In New Orleans
Mahalia Jackson Best Gospel Or Other Religious Recording, Musical Make A Joyful Noise Unto The Lord
Bessie Griffin Best Gospel Or Other Religious Recording, Musical Captured Live!
Al Hirt [w] Best Performance By An Orchestra (Not Jazz Or Dancing) Java
1964 - 7th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Al Hirt Album Of The Year Cotton Candy
Louis Armstrong Record Of The Year Hello, Dolly!
Louis Armstrong [w] Best Vocal Performance, Male Hello, Dolly!
Hank Williams, Jr. Best Country & Western Album Songs of Hank Williams
Hank Williams, Jr. Best New Country & Western Artist n/a
Al Hirt Best Instrumental Performance, Non-Jazz Cotton Candy
1965 - 8th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Hank Williams, Jr. & Sr. Best Country & Western Album Father and Son
1966 - 9th Annual GRAMMY Awards
David Houston Song Of The Year Almost Persuaded
David Houston Best Vocal Performance, Male Almost Persuaded
David Houston [w] Best Country & Western Recording Almost Persuaded
David Houston [w] Best Country & Western Vocal Performance, Male Almost Persuaded
Glenn Sutton [w] Best Country & Western Song Almost Persuaded
Leadbelly Best Folk Recording Leadbelly
1967 - 10th Annual GRAMMY Awards
David Houston & Tammy Wynette Best Country & Western Performance; Duo, Trio Or Group My Elusive Dreams
1968 - 11th Annual GRAMMY Awards
O.C. Smith Best New Artist n/a
O.C. Smith Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Performance, Male Little Green Apples
Joe Simon Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance, Male (You Keep Me) Hangin' On
1969 - 12th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Joe Simon [w] Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance, Male The Chokin' Kind
Floyd Cramer Best Country Instrumental Performance Lovin' Season
Mahalia Jackson Best Soul Gospel Performance Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah

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