Legend Award

Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre.
Ir para: navegação, pesquisa
Grammy Legend Award
Troféu dourado entregue aos vencedores dos Grammy Awards.
Descrição Prémio atribuído para artistas de grande contribuição e influência na indústria musical.
País  Estados Unidos
Primeira cerimónia 1990
Última cerimónia 2003
Detentor National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
Página oficial

O Grammy Legend Award ou Grammy Living Legend Award é uma categoria especial do Grammy Award, uma cerimônia estabelecida em 1958 e originalmente denominada como Gramophone Awards,[1] , concedida em ocasiões especiais sob a qualidade de honra ao mérito de artistas de grandes contribuições e influência na indústria musical.

O prêmio foi concedido quinze vezes desde sua criação em 1990. Na primeira edição, os vencedores foram Andrew Lloyd Webber, Liza Minnelli, Smokey Robinson e Willie Nelson. Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand e Michael Jackson também foram homenageados nesta categoria.

Premiados[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ano Imagem Premiados Vida Nacionalidade Ref.
1990 An upperbody shot of a middle-aged man in a dark suit. Lloyd Webber, AndrewAndrew Lloyd Webber 19481948  Reino Unido [2]
1990 A woman in a red dress, jacket and scarf smiles toward the camera. Minnelli, LizaLiza Minnelli 19461946  Estados Unidos [3]
1990 A man in a light-colored suit sings into a microphone Robinson, SmokeySmokey Robinson 19401940  Estados Unidos [4]
1990 An elderly man holds a guitar while in front of a microphone. He has white facial hair and wears a United States flag bandana. Nelson, WillieWillie Nelson 19331933  Estados Unidos [5]
1991 A woman stands on stage and sings into a microphone. She wears a blue dress and has a blue feather boa around her arms. Franklin, ArethaAretha Franklin 19421942  Estados Unidos [6]
1991 An upper body shot of a man wearing a shirt, suit and tie. He is balding and his smiling mouth is framed by a white goatee beard. Joel, BillyBilly Joel 19491949  Estados Unidos [7]
1991 alt6=A man with dark hair looks forlornly down to his left. He rests his chin between his thumb and finger. Cash, JohnnyJohnny Cash 1932–20031932–2003  Estados Unidos [8]
1991 A man in a blue jacket looks ahead. The balding male's dark sunglasses conceal his eyes. Jones, QuincyQuincy Jones 19331933  Estados Unidos [9]
1992 A blond-haired woman looks down to the ground. She wears a white dress and a silver necklace. Streisand, BarbraBarbra Streisand 19421942  Estados Unidos [10]
1993 A headshot of a man wearing a red baseball cap and shirt. He has long black hair and is smiling towards the camera. Jackson, MichaelMichael Jackson 1958–20091958–2009  Estados Unidos [11]
1994 Curtis Mayfield.png Mayfield, CurtisCurtis Mayfield 1942–29991942–1999  Estados Unidos [12]
1994 A middle-aged man in a tuxedo sits and smiles into the distance. Sinatra, FrankFrank Sinatra 1915–19981915–1998  Estados Unidos [13]
1998 A man in a dress coat and white shirt opens his mouth, which is framed by dark facial hair. Pavarotti, LucianoLuciano Pavarotti 1935–20071935–2007  Itália [14]
1999 A blond-haired middle-aged man stands with his arms open and fists clenched. He wears a dark suit and red shirt. He also sports a cross pendant around his neck, and wears purple sunglasses. John, EltonElton John 19471947  Reino Unido [5]
2003 The Bee Gees Gees, BeeBee Gees  Reino Unido [15]

Referências

  1. Grammy Awards at a Glance (em inglês) Los Angeles Times. Visitado em 6 de Setembro de 2011.
  2. Cader Books, p. 545
  3. Kotb, Hoda (March 12, 2004). Liza: Life in the limelight msnbc.com. Visitado em December 31, 2009.
  4. Kalte, p. 117
  5. a b Grammy Legend Award Grammy.com. Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  6. Barrera, Sandra (September 6, 2005). Franklin not ready to rest on another laurel Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Journal Communications. Visitado em December 31, 2009.
  7. Gunderson, Edna (March 16, 1999). Billy Joel enters his classical period Joining Hall of Fame, he leaves rock behind (Payment required to access full article) USA Today Gannett Company. Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  8. Critic's choice (Payment required to access full article) Fort Worth Star-Telegram The McClatchy Company (February 15, 1991). Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  9. Ballasy, Nicholas (October 29, 2009). ‘Melody’ Missing from Music Industry, Quincy Jones Says CNSNews.com. Visitado em December 31, 2009.
  10. The 1992 Grammys an 'unforgettable' night for Natalie Cole, Bonnie Raitt and R.E.M (Payment required to access full article) The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Media Holdings (February 26, 1992). Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  11. McShane, Larry (February 25, 1993). Grammy moments - memorable and forgettable Deseret News. Visitado em December 31, 2009.
  12. Curtis Mayfield, 57, entertainer, songwriter (Payment required to access full article) Telegram & Gazette The New York Times Company (December 27, 1999). Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  13. Harrington, Richard (March 2, 1994). The Grammy Whammy (Payment required to access full article) The Washington Post The Washington Post Company. Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  14. Shmith, Michael (September 7, 2007). Prince among tenors, undisputed king of high C's The Age Fairfax Media. Visitado em December 20, 2009.
  15. The 45th Annual Grammy Awards (Payment required to access full article) The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Media Holdings (February 24, 2003). Visitado em December 20, 2009.

Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ícone de esboço Este artigo sobre música é um esboço. Você pode ajudar a Wikipédia expandindo-o.