Who Won 44th Annual Grammy Awards?

Alicia Keys at the 2002 Grammys
Feb 27, 2002

The 44th Annual Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles on February 27, 2002. Alicia Keys was nominated for six awards and took home five including song of the year, best new artist, and three more in the R&B category.

Irish band U2 and music from the motion picture "O Brother Where Art Thou" also had big nights.

The show was hosted by Jon Stewart.

2002 Grammy Award Winners

Grammy for Album of the Year
O Brother Where Art Soundtrack (O Brother Where Art Thou?) 
Other Nominees: Bob Dylan (Love and Theft); India.Arie (Acoustic Soul); OutKast (Stankonia); U2 (All That You Can't Leave Behind)
Grammy for Record of the Year
U2 (Walk On) 
Brian Eno & Daniel Lenois - Producers; Steve Lillywhite - Engineer
Other Nominees: India.Arie (Video); Alicia Keys (Fallin'); Outkast (Ms Jackson); Train (Drops of Jupiter)
Grammy for Song of the Year
Alicia Keys (Fallin') 
Alicia Keys (Songwriter)
Other Nominees: Drops of Jupiter (Train); I'm Like A Bird (Nelly Furtado); Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of (U2); Video (India.Arie)
Grammy for Best New Artist
Alicia Keys 
Other Nominees: Nelly Furtado; David Gray; India.Arie; Linkin Park
Grammy for Pop Collaboration
Christina Aguilera (Lady Marmalade) 
Lil Kim; Mya; Pink
Other Nominees: Tony Bennett & Billy Joel; Ricky Martin & Christina Aguilera; Brian McKnight & Justin Timberlake; Shaggy & Ricardo Ducent
Grammy for Pop Duo or Group with Vocal
U2 (Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of) 
Other Nominees: Backstreet Boys (Shape Of My Heart); Five For Fighting (Superman); N Sync (Gone); R.E.M. (Imitation of Life)
Grammy for Pop Female Vocal Performance
Nelly Furtado (I'm Like A Bird) 
Other Nominees: Faith Hill (There You'll Be); Janet Jackson (Someone To Call My Lover); Sade (By Your Side); Lucinda Williams (Essence)
Grammy for Pop Instrumental
Eric Clapton (Reptile) 
Other Nominees: Larry Carlton & Steve Lukather (Room 335); Daft Punk (Short Circuit); Eric Johnson (Rain); Kirk Whalum (There You'll Be)
Grammy for Pop Instrumental Album
Larry Carlton (No Substitutions - Live In Osaka) 
& Steve Lukather
Other Nominees: Acoustic Alchemy (AART); Dave Koz & Friends (A Smooth Jazz Christmas); Neal Schon (Voice); Kirk Whalum (Unconditional)
Grammy for Pop Male Vocal Performance
James Taylor (Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight) 
Other Nominees: Craid David (Fill Me In); Michael Jackson (You Rock My World); Elton John (I Want Love); Brian McKnight (Still)
Grammy for Pop Vocal Album
Sade (Lovers Rock) 
Other Nominees: Nelly Furtado (Whoa Nelly!); Janet Jackson (All For You); Elton John (Songs From the West Coast); N Sync (Celebrity)
Grammy for Traditional Pop Vocal
Harry Connick Jr (Songs I Heard) 
Other Nominees: Betty Buckley (Stars and the Moon); Rosemary Clooney (Sentimental Journey); Michael Feinstein (Romance on Film Romance on Broadway); Keely Smith (Keely Sings Sinatra)


Best Rock Album U2 (All That You Can't Leave Behind)
All That You Can't Leave Behind
Best Alternative Music Album Coldplay (Parachutes)
"Parachutes" by Coldplay
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance Usher (U Remind Me)
"U Remind Me" by Usher
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Alicia Keys (Fallin')
"Fallin'" by Alicia Keys
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group Destiny's Child (Survivor)
"Survivor" by Destiny's Child
Best Traditional R&B Vocal Album Gladys Knight (At Last)
"At Last" album by Gladys Knight
Best R&B Song Alicia Keys (Fallin')
Alicia Keys (Songwriter)
"Fallin'" by Alicia Keys
Best R&B Album Alicia Keys (Songs In A Minor)
"Songs In A Minor" by Alicia Keys
Best Rap Duo or Group Performance OutKast (Ms. Jackson)
"Ms. Jackson" by OutKast
Best Rap Solo Performance Missy Elliott (Get Ur Freak On)
"Get Ur Freak On" by Missy Elliott
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Eve feat. Gwen Stefani (Let Me Blow Ya Mind)
"Let Me Blow Ya Mind" by Eve
Best Rap Album OutKast (Stankonia)
Best Female Country Performance Dolly Parton (Shine)
Best Male Country Performance Ralph Stanley (O Death)
O Death
Best Country Duo or Group Alison Krauss & Union Station (The Lucky One)
The Lucky One
Best Country Collaboration The Soggy Bottom Boys (I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow)
Dan Tyminski; Harley Allen; Pat Enright
Man Of Constant Sorrow
Best Country Song Alison Krauss (The Lucky One)
Robert Lee Castleman (Songwriter)
The Lucky One
Best Country Album Various Artists (Timeless: Hank Williams Tribute)
Timeless: Hank Williams Tribute