Awards for 2003

Grammy

Song of the Year

WINNER

Jesse Harris (Songwriter)
For the song "Don't Know Why."

NOMINEES

Avril Lavigne (Songwriter), The Matrix (Songwriter)
For the song "Complicated."

Bruce Springsteen (Songwriter)
For the song "The Rising."

Vanessa Carlton (Songwriter)
For the song "A Thousand Miles."

Alan Jackson (Songwriter)
For the song "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)."

Best Short Form Music Video

WINNER

Eminem, Joseph Kahn
For the music video of the song "Without Me"

Best Long Form Music Video

WINNER

The Clash: Westway to the World: The Clash (artist), Don Letts (video director)

NOMINEES

Nappy Roots: The World According to Nappy: Nappy Roots (artist), Gloria Gabriel (video director/video producer), David Anthony (video producer)

1 Giant Leap: "various artists", Duncan Bridgeman (video director/video producer), Jamie Catto (video director/video producer)

Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly: "various artists", Beth Harrington (video director/video producer)

One Night with Robbie Williams: Robbie Williams (artist), Hamish Hamilton (video director), Lee Lodge (video producer)
Grammy title: Robbie Williams: Live at the Albert.

Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female

WINNER

Norah Jones
For the song "Don't Know Why."

NOMINEES

Avril Lavigne
For the song "Complicated."

Pink
For the song "Get the Party Started."

Britney Spears
For the song "Overprotected."

Sheryl Crow
For the song "Soak Up the Sun."

Best Rock Album

NOMINEE

Jeff Russo (Band Member), Emerson Hart (Band Member), Dan Lavery (Band Member), Tonic (Band) (Universal Records (Record Label))
For the album "Head on Straight"

Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group

WINNER

Dixie Chicks
For the song "Long Time Gone."

NOMINEES

Diamond Rio
For the song "Beautiful Mess."

Lonestar
For the song "Not A Day Goes By."

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
For the song "Roll the Stone Away."

Trick Pony
For the song "Just What I Do."

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

WINNER

Michelle Branch, Carlos Santana
For the song "The Game of Love."

NOMINEES

Christina Aguilera, Redman
For the song "Dirrty."

India.Arie, Stevie Wonder
For the song "The Christmas Song."

Tony Bennett, k.d. lang
For the song "What A Wonderful World."

Natalie Cole, Diana Krall
For the song "Better Than Anything."

Sheryl Crow, Don Henley
For the song "It's So Easy."

Best Country Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Dolly Parton
For the song "Dagger Through The Heart."

Best Comedy Album

WINNER

Robin Williams
For the Album "Robin Williams - Live 2002"

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

WINNER

Nelly, Kelly Rowland
For the song "Dilemma."

NOMINEES

Ashanti, Fat Joe
For the song "What's Luv?".

Ashanti, Ja Rule
For the song "Always On Time."

Anthony Hamilton, Nappy Roots
For the song "Po' Folks."

Clipse, Justin Timberlake
For the song "Like I Love You."

Best Spoken Word Album For Children

NOMINEE

John Lithgow
For the Album "Ogden Nash's the Christmas that Almost wasn't"

Best Pop Vocal Album

WINNER

Norah Jones
For the album "Come Away With Me."

NOMINEES

Michelle Branch
For the album "Let Go."

No Doubt
For the album "Rocksteady."

Pink
For the album "M!Ssundaztood."

Britney Spears
For the album "Overprotected."

Best New Artist

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Contemporary R&B Album

WINNER

Ashanti
For the album "Ashanti."

NOMINEES

Faith Evans
For the album "Faithfully."

Floetry
For the album "Floetic."

Meshell Ndegeocello
For the album "Cookie: The Anthropological Mixtape."

Brandy Norwood
For the album "Full Moon."

Album of the Year

WINNER

Ted Jensen (Mastering Engineer), Norah Jones (Artist/Producer), Arif Mardin (Producer), Jay Newland (Engineer/Mixer/Producer)
For the album "Come Away With Me" (With Engineer/Mixer S. Husky Höskulds and producer Craig Street)

Record of the Year

WINNER

Norah Jones (Artist/Producer), Arif Mardin (Producer), Jay Newland (Enginner/Mixer/Producer)
For the song "Don't Know Why."

Best Country Album

WINNER

Dixie Chicks
For the album "Home."

NOMINEES

Alan Jackson
For the album "Drive."

Willie Nelson
For the album "The Great Divide."

Joe Nichols
For the album "Man With A Memory."

Dolly Parton
For the album "Halos & Horns."

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

WINNER

Standing in the Shadows of Motown: The Funk Brothers (artist), Alan Slutsky (compilation producer), Harry Weinger (compilation producer), Ted Greenberg (compilation producer/engineer/mixer), Kooster McAlister (engineer/mixer)

NOMINEES




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

WINNER

Monsters, Inc.: Randy Newman
For the song "If I Didn't Have You".

NOMINEES

Brown Sugar: Erykah Badu, Madukwu Chinwah, Common, Robert C. Ozuna, James Poyser, Raphael Saadiq, Glenn Standridge
For the song "Love Of My Life - An Ode To Hip Hop".


Spider-Man: Chad Kroeger
For the song "Hero".

Vanilla Sky: Paul McCartney
For the song "Vanilla Sky".

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

WINNER

NOMINEES




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