Awards for 1980

Grammy

Best New Artist

NOMINEE

Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Donna Summer (artist)
For the song "Bad Girls"

Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female

WINNER

Donna Summer (artist)
For the song "Hot Stuff"

Best Spoken Word Album

WINNER

John Gielgud
For the Album "Ages of Man : Reading from Shakespeare"

Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Donna Summer (artist)
For the song "Bad Girls"

Best Comedy Recording

WINNER

Robin Williams
For the Album "Reality...What a Concept"

NOMINEE

Steve Martin
For the Album "Comedy is Not Pretty"

Best Recording for Children

WINNER

The Muppet Movie: Jim Henson (produced and performed by), Paul Williams (produced by), Frank Oz (performed by), Dave Goelz (performed by), Jerry Nelson (performed by), Richard Hunt (performed by)

NOMINEE

You're in Love, Charlie Brown: Peter Robbins (performed by), Sally Dryer (performed by), Gail DeFaria (performed by), Ann Altieri (performed by), Glenn Mendelson (performed by), Lisa DeFaria (performed by), Kathy Steinberg (performed by), Bill Melendez (performed by)

Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

WINNER

Dirty Dancing: Bill Medley, Jennifer Warnes
For the song "(I've Had) the Time of My Life".

Best Disco Recording

NOMINEE

Donna Summer (artist), Giorgio Moroder (producer), Pete Bellotte (producer)
For the song "Dim All the Lights"

Best Instrumental Composition

WINNER

Superman: John Williams
For the "Prelude and Main Title March".

Album of the Year

NOMINEE

Donna Summer (artist), Giorgio Moroder (producer), Pete Bellotte (producer)
For the album "Bad Girls"

Best Pop Instrumental Performance

NOMINEE

Superman: John Williams
For the "Prelude and Main Title March".

Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special

WINNER

NOMINEES



Ice Castles: Alan Parsons (composer), Eric Woolfson (composer), Marvin Hamlisch (composer), Carole Bayer Sager (lyricist)

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