Awards for 2002

Grammy

Best Rock Song

WINNER

Song of the Year

WINNER

Alicia Keys (Songwriters)
For the song "Fallin'."

NOMINEES

U2 (Songwriters)
For the song "Stuck In a Moment You Can't Get Out Of."

Nelly Furtado (Songwriter)
For the song "I'm Like a Bird."

Charlie Colin (Songwriter), Rob Hotchkiss (Songwriter), Pat Monahan (Songwriter), Jimmy Stafford (Songwriter), Scott Underwood (Songwriter)
For the song "Drops of Jupiter."

Best Short Form Music Video

WINNER

Fatboy Slim: Weapon of Choice: Fatboy Slim (artist), Bootsy Collins (artist), Spike Jonze (video director), Deannie O'Neil (video producer), Vincent Landay (video producer)

NOMINEES

Madonna (artist), Jean-Baptiste Mondino (video director), Maria Gallagher (video producer)
For the music video for "Don't Tell Me"

Ron Mohrhoff (producer), Dave Meyers (director)
Missy Elliott f/Ludacris "One Minute Man"

Aerosmith: Fly Away from Here: Aerosmith (artist), Joseph Kahn (video director), Greg Tharp (video producer)

Missy Elliott: One Minute Man: Missy Elliott (artist), Ludacris (featured artist), Dave Meyers (video director)

Madonna: Don't Tell Me: Madonna (artist), Jean-Baptiste Mondino (video director), Maria Gallagher (video producer)

Outkast: Ms. Jackson: Outkast (artist), F. Gary Gray (video director), Meredyth Frattolillo (video producer)

Best Long Form Music Video

WINNER

Great Performances: Mel Brooks (artist), Susan Froemke (video director/video producer), Peter Gelb (video producer)
For episode "Recording 'The Producers': A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks".

NOMINEES

American Masters: Jeremy Marre (video director/video producer)
For episode "Bob Marley: Rebel Music".

Freddie Mercury, the Untold Story: Rudi Dolezal (video director/video producer), Hannes Rossacher (video director), Jim Beach (video producer)

Moby: Play - The DVD: Moby (artist/video director/video producer), Jeff Rogers (video producer)

Best Alternative Music Album

NOMINEE

Björk
For the album "Vespertine."

Best Dance Recording

WINNER

Janet Jackson
For "All for You"

NOMINEES

Daft Punk, Romanthony
For the song "One More Time."

Depeche Mode
For the song "I Feel Loved."

Gloria Estefan
For the song "Out of Nowhere."

Lionel Richie
For the song "Angel."

Best Bluegrass album

NOMINEE

Dolly Parton
For the album "Little Sparrow."

Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female

WINNER

Nelly Furtado
For the song "I'm Like a Bird."

NOMINEES

Janet Jackson
For "Someone to Call My Lover"

Faith Hill
For the song "There You'll Be."

Sade
For the song "By Your Side."

Lucinda Williams
For the song "Essence."

Best Spoken Comedy Album

WINNER

George Carlin (artist), John Runnette (producer)
For the album "Napalm & Sillyputty".

Best Rap Album

WINNER

Outkast
For the album "Stankonia."

NOMINEES

Eve
For the album "Scorpion."

Ja Rule
For the album "Pain Is Love."

Jay Z
For the album "The Blueprint."

Ludacris
For the album "Back for the First Time."

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

WINNER

Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya, Pink
For the song "Lady Marlalade."

NOMINEES

Tony Bennett, Billy Joel
For the song "New York State of Mind."

Christina Aguilera, Ricky Martin
For the song "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely."

Brian McKnight, Justin Timberlake
For the song "My Kind of Girl."

Shaggy, Rik Rok
For the song "It Wasn't Me."

Best Country Vocal Performance - Female

WINNER

Dolly Parton
For the song "Shine."

Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group

NOMINEE

Best Pop Instrumental Performance

WINNER

Eric Clapton
For the song "Reptile."

NOMINEE

Daft Punk
For the song "Short Circuit."

Best Pop Vocal Album

WINNER

Sade
For the album "Lovers Rock."

NOMINEES

Janet Jackson
For "All for You"

Nelly Furtado
For the album "Whoa, Nelly."

Elton John
For the album "Songs from the West Coast."

*NSYNC
For the album "Celebrity."

Best New Artist

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Spoken Word Album

NOMINEE

Garrison Keillor
For the Album "Lake Wobegan Summer 1956"

Best Instrumental Arrangement with Accompanying Vocals

WINNER

Album of the Year

WINNER

O Brother, Where Art Thou?: Alison Krauss (Artist), Union Station (Artist), Tim Blake Nelson (Artist), Chris Thomas King (Artist), Emmylou Harris (Artist), Gillian Welch (Artist), Harley Allen (Artist), John Hartford (Artist), Norman Blake (Artist), Pat Enright (Artist), Hannah Peasall (Artist), Leah Peasall (Artist), Sarah Peasall (Artist), Ralph Stanley (Artist), Sam Bush (Artist), Stuart Duncan (Artist), The Cox Family (Artist), The Fairfield Four (Artist), The Whites (Artist), Peter F. Kurland (Engineer/Mixer), Mike Piersante (Engineer/Mixer), Gavin Lurssen (Mastering Engineer), T Bone Burnett (Producer)
Shared with Chris Sharp and Mike Compton. For the soundtrack.

NOMINEES

India Arie
For the album "Acoustic Soul."

Bob Dylan
For the album "Love and Theft."

Outkast
For the album "Stankonia."

U2
For the album "All That You Can't Leave Behind."

Record of the Year

NOMINEE

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

WINNER

O Brother, Where Art Thou?: T Bone Burnett (compilation producer), Mike Piersante (engineer), Peter F. Kurland (engineer)

NOMINEES

The Sopranos
For "Peppers & Eggs".



Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

WINNER

Malcolm in the Middle: John Flansburgh, John Linnell
For the song "Boss Of Me".

NOMINEES

The Emperor's New Groove: Dave Hartley, Sting
For the song "My Funny Friend And Me".


Pearl Harbor: Diane Warren
For the song "There You'll Be".

Best Score Soundtrack Album For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media

WINNER

NOMINEES





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