List of American Grammy Award winners and nominees

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The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from United States.

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Winners

NomineeWinsNominations
Quincy Jones [1] 2880
Alison Krauss [2] 2742
Stevie Wonder [3] 2574
Vladimir Horowitz [4] 2545
Beyoncé [5] 2470
John Williams [6] 2469
Jay-Z [7] 2277
Chick Corea [8] 2264
Kanye West [9] 2169
Vince Gill [10] 2145
Henry Mancini [11] 2072
Bruce Springsteen [12] 2050
Pat Metheny [13]
Al Schmitt [14]
2036
Aretha Franklin [15] 1844
Tony Bennett [16] 1836
Yo-Yo Ma [17] 1827
Jimmy Sturr [18] 1824
Ray Charles [19] 1737
Leonard Bernstein [20] 1663
James Mallinson [21] 1649
Paul Simon [22] 1635
David Frost [23] 1621
Eminem [24] 1544
Steven Epstein [25] 1535
Alicia Keys [26] 1529
Bela Fleck [27] 1433
Phil Ramone [28] 1432
Alison Krauss and Union Station [29] 1418
Jay David Saks [30] 1353
Emmylou Harris [31] 1347
Michael Jackson [32] 1338
Kendrick Lamar [33] 1337
Robert Woods [34] 1329
Leontyne Price [35] 1325
Ella Fitzgerald [36] 1320
T Bone Burnett [37] 1318
Thomas Z Shepard [38] 1250
Pharrell Williams [39] 1238
CeCe Winans [40] 1227
Dixie Chicks [41] 1219
Jay Newland [42] 1217
Babyface [43] 1149
Michael Tilson Thomas [44] 1135
Shirley Caesar [45] 1128
Foo Fighters [46]
Bruno Mars [47]
Lady Gaga [48]
1127
Al Green [49] 1121
Arif Mardin [50]
Roger Miller [51]
1118
Andre Previn [52] 1044
Justin Timberlake [53] 1039
Bob Dylan [54] 1038
Taylor Swift [55] 1035
John Legend [56] 1029
Linda Ronstadt [57]
Bonnie Raitt [58]
1026
Chaka Khan [59] 1022
Bobby McFerrin [60] 1018
Carlos Santana a.k.a. Santana (band) [61] 1014
Pat Metheny Group [62] 1013
Willie Nelson [63] 951
Rihanna [64] 933
Frank Sinatra [65]
Sheryl Crow [66]
Mary J. Blige [67]
931
Natalie Cole [68] 921
Norah Jones [69] 916
Hillary Scott [70] 915
Emerson String Quartet [71] 913
Dolly Parton [72] 847
Barbra Streisand [73] 845
Asleep At The Wheel [74] 827
Tina Turner [75] 825
Usher [76] 822
Fergie [77]
820
Take 6 [78]
Lauryn Hill [79]
Blackwood Brothers [80]
819
Anita Baker [81]
Metallica [82]
Rick Rubin [83]
818
Ziggy Marley [84] 815
Eddie Palmieri [85] 814
The Manhattan Transfer [86] 813
Skrillex [87] 812
Stephen Marley [88] 811
Prince [89] 738
Madonna [90] 728
will.i.am [91] 726
Thomas Frost [92] 721
John Mayer [93] 719
Los Tigres del Norte [94] 715
Carrie Underwood [95] 714
Simon & Garfunkel [96]
Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder [97]
711
Whitney Houston [98] 625
Robert M. Jones [99] 623
Amy Grant 619
Eagles [100] 618
Israel Houghton [101] 616
Black Eyed Peas [102] 615
Tito Puente [103] 612
Kacey Musgraves [104] 69
Mariah Carey [105] 534
Janet Jackson [106] 526
Billy Joel [107] 523
Christina Aguilera [108] 520
Donna Summer [109]
James Taylor [110]
Cee Lo Green [111]
518
Mary Chapin Carpenter [112] 517
Peter, Paul & Mary [113] 516
Dionne Warwick [114]
Michael McDonald [115]
514
Sandi Patty [116]
Kuk Harrell [117]
513
Maria Schneider
Childish Gambino
512
Lady Antebellum [118] 510
Christopher Cross [119] 59
Dave Russell [120]
Flaco Jimenez [121]
Ward Swingle [122]
58
Billie Eilish [123] 56
Finneas O'Connell [124] 55
India.arie [125] 423
Timbaland [126] 421
Erykah Badu [127] 419
Lyle Lovett [128] 417
Yolanda Adams [129]
Tracy Chapman [130]
413
Marvin Hamlisch [131]
Lisa Lopes [132]
412
Jack Antonoff [133] 410
Lenny Kravitz [134] 49
Robert Spano [135]
Carole King [136]
48
Pepe Aguilar [137] 47
Sam Smith 46
R. Kelly [138] 326
Pink [139] 320
T.I [140] 319
Gwen Stefani [141] 318
Etta James [142] 317
Bill Holman [143] 316
Kelly Clarkson [144] 315
Elvis Presley [145]
Harry Connick Jr. [146]
Destiny's Child
314
Clare Fischer [147]
Puff Daddy [148]
Maroon 5 [149]
313
Gloria Estefan [150]
Red Hot Chili Peppers [151]
312
Los Lobos [152]
Vikki Carr [153]
311
Rob Thomas [154]
Shawn Colvin [155]
310
Steely Dan [156] 39
Lizzo [157]
James Brown [158]
38
The Carpenters 37
The Flaming Lips [159] 36
Bob Newhart [160]
Esperanza Spalding [161]
Toto [162]
35
Lin-Manuel Miranda [163]
Tim Martyn [164]
34
Lenny White [165] 33
Pentatonix [166] 33
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Melissa Etheridge 215
Patti LaBelle 213
Marvin Gaye 212
Yehudi Menuhin 210
Intocable
No Doubt
Jimmy Carter
Brian Wilson
29
Marc Anthony
Peter Nero
Nate Ruess
28
La Mafia
LeAnn Rimes
Brave Combo
Fleetwood Mac
27
Jennifer Hudson
Linkin Park
Andrew Dost
26
Nate Hills
Otis Redding
Bobby Darin
Vernon Reid
Colbie Caillat
25
Ted Nash (saxophonist, born 1960)
The Wreckers
24
Little Joe y La Familia
Lisa Fischer
St. Vincent
Tori Kelly
23
Judy Garland
Dua Lipa
22
Chris Brown 116
50 Cent
Elvis Costello
114
Ray Barretto 113
Pearl Jam
Carter Beauford
Brandy Norwood
112
Dave Matthews Band
Eddie Blazonczyk
Jon Bon Jovi
Ariana Grande
J. Cole
111
Q-Tip
Chicago (band)
Justin Bieber
110
David Crosby
The Neptunes
Bon Jovi
19
Ashanti
Britney Spears
Mariachi Divas
John McLaughlin Williams
Stephen Stills
Fiona Apple
18
Cher
Cardi B
Queen Latifah
Mongo Santamaria
Paula Cole
Nat King Cole
17
Stargate
Bobby Bare
Crosby, Stills & Nash
16
Gloria Gaynor
Emilio Navaira
Ciara
Fun (band)
Kylie Minogue
15
Enrique Iglesias
The Chainsmokers
Steve Jordan
Pink Floyd
Michelle Branch
Frank Yankovic
Kentucky Headhunters
Imagine Dragons
Alfred Newman
Julieta Venegas
Monica
14
Cal Tjader
Mariachi los Camperos
Texas Tornados
Los Palominos
Meghan Trainor
Twenty One Pilots
La Santa Cecilia
Lila Downs
The Band Perry
13
Gloria Cheng
Bacilos
Los Super Seven
The Legends
Paula Abdul
Bobby Brown
Otha Nash
America
12
Jesse Harris
Sirah (rapper)
Solange
Stephen McLaughlin
Chente Barrera
Los Texmaniacs
Jessica Rivera
Puff Daddy & The Family
The Product G&B
Freddie Nartinez, Jr.
Daya
11

Nominations without ever winning

NomineeWinsNominations
Snoop Dogg
Brian McKnight
017
Joe Satriani 015
Martina McBride
Dierks Bentley
014
Katy Perry
Nas
Spyro Gyra
013
Diana Ross
Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push
Busta Rhymes
Peter Kater
012
Musiq Soulchild
Connie Smith
Vanessa L. Williams
Jazmine Sullivan
R. Carlos Nakai
011
Willie Colon [167]
Wiz Khalifa
Nicki Minaj
010
Eddie Blazoncyk's Versatone09
Eddie Blazonczyk Jr.
NSYNC
Rosemary Clooney
Blake Shelton
08
Joan Osborne
Rhonda Vincent
Bobby Osborne
07
Sara Bareilles
Allen Toussaint
B.o.B
06
Aaliyah
Michael Feinstein
05
Paula Scher
Lana Del Rey
The Fray
Bernadette Peters
04
Jim James
John Berry
James Bay
Fania All-Stars
Charlie Byrd
Camila Cabello
Lupillo Rivera
Nancy Sinatra
Hanson (band)
Charlie Puth
Jaci Velasquez

Jhené Aiko

03
Luke James
Jennifer Lopez
Dusty Springfield
Nadi Shpachenko
Mazz
ASAP Rocky
Fulanito
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Liza Minnelli
Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories
Lauren Diagle
Kesha
Halsey
Billie Holiday
Howie Epstein
Kris Kross
Demi Lovato
Fall Out Boy
02
Ro James
Michael Bishop
Jimmy Rushing
Mariachi Reyna
The Letter Black
Victoria Livengood
Victiria Preminger
Los Humildes
S. Jimenez Jr.
Salvador Torres
Narciso Martinez
Cameron Carpenter
Jorge Moreno
The Byrds
Partridge Family
Mikky Ekko
Jessica Thompson
Jessica Cooper
Lisa Kekaula
Priscilla Hubbard
John Carter
Blackwood Andrus
Billy Gilman
Juicy J
Miley Cyrus
Jordin Sparks
Mac Miller
01

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