Who Won 46th Annual Grammy Awards?

Christina Aguilera at the 2004 Grammys
Feb 8, 2004

The 46th Annual Grammy Awards were held Feb 8, 2004 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Beyonce, who opened the show performing with Prince, was a big winner taking home five awards. The only award Beyonce was nominated for and did not win was record of the year (Coldplay - "Clocks").

Luther Vandross and Justin Timberlake also took home multiple awards.

2004 Grammy Award Winners

Grammy for Album of the Year
OutKast (Speakerboxxx/The Love Below) 
Carl Mo; OutKast
Other Nominees: Missy Elliott (Under Construction); Evanescence (Fallen); Justin Timberlake (Justified); The White Stripes (Elephant)
Grammy for Record of the Year
Coldplay (Clocks) 
Ken Nelson - Producer; Mark Phythian - Engineer
Other Nominees: Beyonce (Crazy In Love); Black Eyed Peas (Where Is the Love); Eminem (Lose Yourself); OutKast (Hey Ya)
Grammy for Song of the Year
Luther Vandross (Dance With My Father) 
Luther Vandross; Richard Marx (Songwriters)
Other Nominees: Christina Aguilera (Beautiful); Avril Lavigne (I'm With You); Warren Zevon (Keep Me In Your Heart); Eminem (Lose Yourself)
Grammy for Best New Artist
Other Nominees: 50 Cent; Fountains Of Wayne; Heather Headley; Sean Paul
Grammy for Pop Collaboration
Sting & Mary J Blige (Whenever I Say Your Name) 
Sting; Mary J Blige
Other Nominees: Christina Aguilera & Lil Kim; Tony Bennett & k d lang; Bob Dylan & Mavis Staples; Pink & William Orbit
Grammy for Pop Duo or Group with Vocal
No Doubt (Underneath It All) 
Gwen Stefani
Other Nominees: Bon Jovi (Misunderstood); Eagles (Hole In the World); Fountains of Wayne (Stacy's Mom); Matchbox 20 (Unwell)
Grammy for Pop Female Vocal Performance
Christina Aguilera (Beautiful) 
Other Nominees: Kelly Clarkson (Miss Independent); Dido (White Flag); Avril Lavigne (I'm With You); Sarah McLachlan (Fallen)
Grammy for Pop Instrumental
George Harrison (Marwa Blues) 
Other Nominees: Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban (Patricia); Dave Koz (Honey-Dipped); Randy Newman (Seabiscuit); Brian Setzer Orchestra (The Nutcracker Suite)
Grammy for Pop Instrumental Album
Ry Cooder (Mambo Sinuendo) 
& Manuel Galban
Other Nominees: Jim Brickman (Peace); Kenny G (Wishes); Prince (N.E.W.S.); George Winston (Night Divides the Day)
Grammy for Pop Male Vocal Performance
Justin Timberlake (Cry Me A River) 
Other Nominees: George Harrison (Any Road); Michael McDonald (Ain't No Mountain High Enough); Sting (Send Your Love); Warren Zevon (Keep Me In Your Heart)
Grammy for Pop Vocal Album
Justin Timberlake (Justified) 
Other Nominees: Christina Aguilera (Stripped); George Harrison (Brainwashed); Annie Lennox (Bare); Michael McDonald (Motown)
Grammy for Traditional Pop Vocal
Tony Bennett (A Wonderful World) 
& k.d. lang
Other Nominees: Rosemary Clooney (The Last Concert); Bette Midler (Bette Midler Sings the Rosemary Clooney Songbook); Rod Stewart (As Time Goes By); Barbra Streisand (The Movie Album)
Best Alternative Music Album The White Stripes (Elephant)
"Elephant" by White Stripes
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance Luther Vandross (Dance With My Father)
"Dance With My Father" by Luther Vandross
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Beyonce (Dangerously In Love 2)
"Dangerously In Love 2" by Beyonce
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group Luther Vandross & Beyonce (The Closer I Get To You)
"The Closer I Get To You" by Luther Vandross & Beyonce
Best Traditional R&B Performance Aretha Franklin (Wonderful)
"Wonderful" by Aretha Franklin
Best Urban/Alternative Performance OutKast (Hey Ya)
"Hey Ya" by OutKast
Best R&B Song Beyonce (Crazy In Love)
Beyoncé Knowles, Jay-Z, Rich Harrison (Songwriters)
"Crazy In Love" by Beyonce
Best R&B Album Luther Vandross (Dance With My Father)
"Dance With My Father" by Luther Vandross
Best Contemporary R&B Album Beyonce (Dangerously In Love)
"Dangerously In Love" by Beyonce
Best Rap Duo or Group Performance Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee (Shake Ya Tailfeather)
"Shake Ya Tailfeather" by Nelly & P. Diddy
Best Rap Female Solo Performance Missy Elliott (Work It)
"Work It" by Missy Elliott
Best Rap Male Solo Performance Eminem (Lose Yourself)
"Lose Yourself" by Eminem
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Beyonce feat. Jay-Z (Crazy In Love)
"Crazy In Love" by Beyonce
Best Rap Song Eminem (Lose Yourself)
Jeff Bass, Eminem & Luis Resto (Songwriters)
Lose Yourself
Best Rap Album OutKast (Speakerboxxx/The Love Below)
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Best Female Country Performance June Carter Cash (Keep On The Sunny Side)
Keep On The Sunny Side
Best Male Country Performance Vince Gill (Next Big Thing)
Next Big Thing
Best Country Duo or Group Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder (A Simple Life)
A Simple Life
Best Country Collaboration Alison Krauss & James Taylor (How's The World Treating You)
How's The World Treating You
Best Country Song Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett (It's Five O'Clock Somewhere)
Jim "Moose" Brown & Don Rollins (Songwriters)
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere
Best Country Album Various Artists (Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs Of The Louvin Brothers)
Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs Of The Louvin Brothers