the first to step on the red carpet and the winners in non-television transmission

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The 2022 Grammy Awards have begun! But it should be clarified that this is not about television with great live musical numbers, and the main items, but the B side: the misnamed “minor” items, which are over fifty.

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Also, artists nominated in these categories began walking the red carpet to enter the hotel in Las Vegas where the ceremony would be held. It should be noted that at 9:00 pm there will be live television on TNT’s basics and music showsyes And the red carpet will be shown two hours earlier on E! Entertainment.

Among the first to arrive were Rodrigo and Gabriela, and Mon Laferte, who later gave an excellent live performance. Soon, Doja Cat appeared himself, generating controversy by tweeting that he would be leaving the music.

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Mon Laferte, from Chile (and Mexico, where he lives) on the red carpet in Las Vegas.  Photo: AFP.

Mon Laferte, from Chile (and Mexico, where he lives) on the red carpet in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP.

Gabriela Quintero and Rodrigo Sanchez, from the duo Rodrigo y Gabriela, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena hotel.  Photo: AP

Gabriela Quintero and Rodrigo Sanchez, from the duo Rodrigo y Gabriela, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena hotel. Photo: AP

Doja Cat.  Photo: Reuters.

Doja Cat. Photo: Reuters.

The first winners

Note that in the first few minutes there were already three awards associated with Jon Batiste for his songs and themes from the film Souls. He is the most nominated actor.

Jon Batiste included the first of several Grammys, here for best music video, for the song “Freedom”.  Photo: Reuters

Jon Batiste included the first of several Grammys, here for best music video, for the song “Freedom”. Photo: Reuters

Another fascinating fact is that Stewart Copeland, the drummer of the famous group, won The policein the New Age category.

Stewart Copeland with Ricky Kej.  Photo: AP

Stewart Copeland with Ricky Kej. Photo: AP

  • Best Musical Theater Album: The Unofficial Bridgerton
  • Musical Best Compiled Soundtrack for Visual Media: The United States vs. Billie Holiday -Andra Day
  • Best Song Written for Visual Media: Everyone was looking at me [de Inside] -Bo Burnham
  • Best Soundtrack Album for Visual Media: Souls – Jon Batiste, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, composers
  • Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Voice: On the edge of suspense (Edit Version) – Vince Mendoza, Czech National Symphony Orchestra and Julia Bullock
  • Best New Age Album: Divine Tides -Stewart Copeland and Ricky Kej
  • Best Improvised Jazz Solo: Humpty Dumpty (Set 2) – Korean Chick
  • Best Instrumental Jazz Album: skyline – Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette and Gonzalo Rubalcaba
  • Best Latin Jazz Album: glass mirror – Eliane Elias With Chick Corea and Chucho Valdés
  • Best Ensemble Jazz Album: For Jimmy, Wes And Oliver -Christian McBride Big Band

jazz balance

The list of winners in the jazz categories features two posthumous awards for the memorable Chick Corea, one solo and the other with Eliane Elias and Chucho Valdés. Ron Carter also won, and among the losers appears the Argentine public’s favorite: Pat Metheny.

The American band SOJA in Las Vegas.  Photo: AFP

The American band SOJA in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP

More winners

  • Best Country Solo Performance: You Should Probably Leave -Chris Stapleton
  • Best Country Duo/Group Performance: IM a child – Osborne brothers
  • Best American Roots Song: cried -Jon Batiste
  • Best Performing American Roots: cried -Jon Batiste
  • Best American Album: Native Children – The wolves
  • Best Bluegrass Album: My Bluegrass Heart – Bela Fleck
  • Best Contemporary Blues Album: 662 – Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
  • Best Traditional Blues Album: I’m trying -Cedric Burnside
  • Best Folk Album: They call me home – Rhiannon Giddens With Francesco Turrisi
  • Best Regional Music Album: Kau Ka Pe’a – Kalani Pe’a
  • Best Traditional Blues Album: I’m trying -Cedric Burnside
  • Best Reggae Album: Royal Beauty In Silence – Soy
  • Best Dance/Electronic Recording: life – Rufus du Sol
  • Best packaging design: Pakelang – 2nd Generation Falangao Singing Group at The Chairman Crossover Big Band
  • Best Dance/Electronic Album: Subconsciously -Barako Coffee
  • Best Limited Edition Box or Special Box: Everything Must Pass: 50th Anniversary Edition -George Harrison

Olivia Harrison spoke

George Harrison’s wife stepped up to receive an award for “best box or limited edition”, for the re -launch of Everything must pass. He said: “58 years ago George won his first New Artist award, and 44 years ago this album entered the Hall of Fame. Today is its 50th anniversary and it is here to stay.It is hope, passion, healing power and rock and roll. “roll”.

The last episode of this preview (and continues into the evening)

The following winners closed out the “non-televised preview” of the 2022 Grammys. Major items remain after 9:00 pm, or those considered by the organizers to be most important for the rating.

  • Best Scrapbook: The Complete Louis Armstrong Columbia And RCA Victor Studio Sessions 1946-1966 -Louis Armstrong
  • Best Historical Album: Joni Mitchell Archives, Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967) – Joni Mitchell
  • Best Remix Recording: passengers – Deftones
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Love For Sale -Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga
  • Best Music Video: Freedom -Jon Batiste
  • Best Musical Film: Summer of the Soul-Various Artists

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