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The 22nd Annual Grammy Awards (1980)

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Grammy - music award of the American academy of the audio recording, was founded by the American association of sound-recording companies of March, 14, 1958. Grammy is awarded annually as a result of voting by the authorized members of "Recording Academy".

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What a night!!
31 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the most memorable Grammy nights in history.

Bob Dylan wins the award for Best Male Rock Vocalist while Donna Summer wins the female award for "Hot Stuff" (one of the best songs EVER!!), but she loses the award for Best Disco Recording to Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" (how in the heck this song won over Donna Summer's "Bad Girls" album is still a mystery to me).

But what made this a memorable evening was the unscheduled appearances of Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond coming out to sing "You Don't Bring Me Flowers"!! The fans in the audience screamed at various parts of the duet and when the song was over, I never heard such applause at an award show before!! Too bad that Streisand and Diamond lost the Pop Duo Award to the Doobie Brothers.


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