Soweto Gospel Choir and The Klezmatics Win World Music Grammy Awards

Soweto Gospel Choir - Blessed
Soweto Gospel Choir – Blessed
Los Angeles (California), USA – Last night, in Los Angeles, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) announced the winners of the 49th Grammy Awards. The winners in the two world music categories are Soweto Gospel Choir and The Klezmatics.

Other winners related with world music subgenres include: Ziggy Marley (Best Reggae Album), Mary Youngblood (Best Native American Music Album), Legends of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar – Live From Maui (Best Hawaiian Music Album), Gilberto Santa Rosa (Best Tropical Latin Album), The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project (Best Latin Jazz Album), Ricky Skaggs And Kentucky Thunder (Best Bluegrass Album), Ike Turner (Best Traditional Blues Album), Irma Thomas (Best Contemporary Blues Album), Bruce Springsteen (Best Traditional Folk Album), Bob Dylan (Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album), and Enya (Best New Age Music Album).

Best Traditional World Music Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

  • Blessed
    Soweto Gospel Choir
    [Shanachie]

Best Contemporary World Music Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Reggae Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Native American Music Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Hawaiian Music Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Tropical Latin Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Latin Jazz Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

  • Simpático
    The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project
    [ArtistShare]  

Best Bluegrass Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

  • Instrumentals
    Ricky Skaggs And Kentucky Thunder
    [Skaggs Family Records]  

Best Traditional Blues Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Contemporary Blues Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Traditional Folk Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Best New Age (Vocal or Instrumental.)

Complete List Of Grammy Winners available at http://www.grammy.com.

 

Author: World Music Central News Department

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