8 Texas Acts Win 15 GRAMMYs at the 2023 Recording Academy GRAMMY Awards
Texas based/born (or raised) acts dominated among the nominated and winning acts at the 65th GRAMMY Awards last night in Los Angeles, CA. View the complete list of Texas winners among the 91 different categories, including Texas artists Snarky Puppy, Edgar Winter, Kirk Franklin, Robert Glasper, Willie Nelson, and many more!
Houston-raised Lizzo took home Record of the Year Award for her release of About Damn Time.
Houston native Beyoncé made history this year, when her win for Best Dance/Electronic Album for Renaissance put her GRAMMY total at 32, the most wins of all time in the 65-year history of the GRAMMYs.
The 65th GRAMMY Awards recognized recordings released between October 1, 2021, to September 30, 2022.
Record of the Year for About Damn Time
Best Remixed Recording for About Damn Time
Best Dance/Electronic Recording for Break My Soul
Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for Renaissance
Best Traditional R&B Performance for Plastic Off the Sofa
Best R&B Song for Cuff It
Snarky Puppy (Denton)
Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for Empire Central
Robert Glasper (Houston)
Best R&B Album for Black Radio III
Cody Johnson (Sebastopol)
Best Country Song for 'Til You Can't
Willie Nelson (Austin)
Best Country Solo Performance for Live Forever
Best Country Album for A Beautiful Time
Kirk Franklin (Dallas)
Best Gospel Performance/Song for Kingdom (with Maverick City Music)
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for Fear Is Not My Future (with Maverick City Music)
Best Gospel Album for Kingdom Book One Deluxe (with Maverick City Music)
Edgar Winter (Beaumont)
Best Contemporary Blues Album for Brother Johnny
Best Improvised Jazz Solo for Live at the Detroit Jazz Festival - Mastered by Harold LaRue (Houston)
Recording Academy's 2023 Music Educator Award - Pamela Dawson (DeSoto - DeSoto ISD)