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THE GRAMMYS

The complete list of winners

February 24, 2003

General Field

Record of the Year: "Don't Know Why," Norah Jones (Jones, Arif Mardin and Jay Newland, producers; Arif Mardin and Jay Newland, engineers/mixers).

Album of the Year: "Come Away With Me," Norah Jones (Jones, Arif Mardin, Jay Newland and Craig Street, producers; Husky Huskolds, Arif Mardin and Jay Newland, engineers/mixers; Ted Jensen, mastering engineer).

Song of the Year: "Don't Know Why," Jesse Harris (Norah Jones, artist).

Best New Artist: Norah Jones.

Pop Field

Female Pop Vocal

Performance: "Don't Know Why," Norah Jones.

Male Pop Vocal Performance: "Your Body Is a Wonderland," John Mayer.

Pop Duo or Group With Vocal: "Hey Baby," No Doubt.

Pop Collaboration With

Vocals: "The Game of Love," Santana and Michelle Branch.

Pop Instrumental

Performance: "Auld Lang Syne," B.B. King.

Pop Instrumental Album: "Just Chillin'," Norman Brown.

Pop Vocal Album: "Come Away With Me," Norah Jones.

Dance Field

Best Dance Recording: "Days Go By," Dirty Vegas (Ben Harris, Paul Harris and Steve Smith, producers).

Traditional Pop Field

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: "Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings the Blues," Tony Bennett.

Rock Field

Female Rock Vocal

Performance: "Steve McQueen," Sheryl Crow.

Male Rock Vocal Performance: "The Rising," Bruce Springsteen.

Rock Performance by a

Duo or Group With Vocal: "In My Place," Coldplay.

Hard Rock Performance: "All My Life," Foo Fighters.

Metal Performance: "Here to Stay," Korn.

Rock Instrumental

Performance: "Approaching Pavonis Mons by Balloon (Utopia Planitia)," the Flaming Lips.

Best Rock Song: "The Rising," Bruce Springsteen (Springsteen, artist).

Best Rock Album: "The Rising," Bruce Springsteen.

Alternative Field

Best Alternative Music Album: "A Rush of Blood to the Head," Coldplay.

R&B Field

Female R&B Vocal

Performance: "He Think I Don't Know," Mary J. Blige.

Male R&B Vocal Performance: "U Don't Have to Call," Usher.

R&B Duo or Group With

Vocal: "Love's in Need of Love Today," Stevie Wonder and Take Six.

Traditional R&B Vocal

Performance: "What's Going On," Chaka Khan and the Funk Brothers.

Urban/Alternative

Performance: "Little Things," India.Arie.

Best R&B Song: "Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip-Hop)," Erykah Badu, Robert Ozuna, James Poyser, Raphael Saadiq and Glen Standridge (Erykah Badu featuring Common, artist).

Best R&B Album: "Voyage to India," India.Arie.

Best Contemporary

R&B Album: "Ashanti," Ashanti.

Rap Field

Female Rap Solo

Performance: "Scream a.k.a Itchin'," Missy Elliott.

Male Rap Solo Performance: "Hot in Herre," Nelly.

Rap Performance by a

Duo or Group: "The Whole World," OutKast featuring Killer Mike.

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: "Dilemma," Nelly featuring Kelly Rowland.

Best Rap Album: "The Eminem Show," Eminem.

Country Field

Female Country Vocal

Performance: "Cry," Faith Hill.

Male Country Vocal

Performance: "Give My Love to Rose," Johnny Cash.

Country Performance by a

Duo or Group With Vocal: "Long Time Gone," Dixie Chicks.

Country Collaboration

With Vocals: "Mendocino County Line," Willie Nelson with Lee Ann Womack.

Country Instrumental

Performance: "Lil' Jack Slade," Dixie Chicks.

Best Country Song: "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," Alan Jackson (Jackson, artist).

Best Country Album: "Home," Dixie Chicks.

Best Bluegrass Album: "Lost in the Lonesome Pines," Jim Lauderdale, Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys.

New Age Field

Best New Age Album: "Acoustic Garden," Eric Tingstad & Nancy Rumbel.

Jazz Field

Contemporary Jazz Album: "Speaking of Now," Pat Metheny Group.

Jazz Vocal Album: "Live in Paris," Diana Krall.

Jazz Instrumental Solo: "My Ship," Herbie Hancock, soloist. Track from: "Directions in Music" (Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker & Roy Hargrove).

Jazz Instrumental Album,

Individual or Group: "Directions in Music," Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker & Roy Hargrove.

Large Jazz Ensemble Album: "What Goes Around," Dave Holland Big Band.

Latin Jazz Album: "The Gathering," Caribbean Jazz Project.

Gospel Field

Rock Gospel Album: "Come Together," Third Day.

Pop/Contemporary Gospel

Album: "The Eleventh Hour," Jars of Clay.

Southern, Country or

Bluegrass Gospel Album: "We Called Him Mr. Gospel Music: The James Blackwood Tribute Album," the Jordanaires, Larry Ford & the Light Crust Doughboys.

Traditional Soul Gospel

Album: "Higher Ground," the Blind Boys of Alabama.

Contemporary Soul Gospel

Album: "Sidebars," Eartha.

Best Gospel Choir or

Chorus Album: "Be Glad," Carol Cymbala, choir director; Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.

Latin Field

Latin Pop Album: "Caraluna," Bacilos.

Latin Rock/Alternative Album: "Revolucion de Amor," Mana.

Traditional Tropical Latin

Album: "El Arte Del Sabor," Bebo Valdes Trio With Israel Lopez "Cachao" & Carlos "Patato" Valdes.

Salsa Album: "La Negra Tiene Tumbao," Celia Cruz.

Merengue Album: "Latino," Grupo Mania.

Mexican/Mexican

American Album: "Lo Dijo El Corazon," Joan Sebastian.

Tejano Album: "Acuerdate," Emilio Navaira.

Blues Field

Traditional Blues Album: "A Christmas Celebration of Hope," B.B. King.

Contemporary Blues Album: "Don't Give Up on Me," Solomon Burke.

Folk Field

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