2004 Grammy Winners

The 46th Annual Grammy Awards was broadcast on Sunday, February 8, 2004 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The special telecast aired live on CBS from 8 to 11:30 PM EST (delayed PT).


Record Of The Year
"Crazy In Love," Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z
"Where Is The Love," The Black Eyed Peas and Justin Timberlake
"Clocks," Coldplay*
"Lose Yourself," Eminem
"Hey Ya!" Outkast

Album Of The Year
Under Construction, Missy Elliott
Fallen, Evanescence
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, Outkast*
Justified, Justin Timberlake
Elephant, The White Stripes

Song Of The Year
"Beautiful," Linda Perry, written for Christina Aguilera
"Dance With My Father," Richard Marx and Luther Vandross, written for Luther Vandross*
"I'm With You," Avril Lavigne and The Matrix, written for Avril Lavigne
"Keep Me In Your Heart," Jorge Calderon and Warren Zevon, written for Warren Zevon
"Lose Yourself," J. Bass, M. Mathers and L. Resto, written for Eminem

Best New Artist
50 Cent
Fountains Of Wayne
Heather Headley
Sean Paul

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
"Beautiful," Christina Aguilera*
"Miss Independent," Kelly Clarkson
"White Flag," Dido
"I'm With You," Avril Lavigne
"Fallen," Sarah McLachlan

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
"Any Road," George Harrison
"Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Michael McDonald
"Send Your Love," Sting
"Cry Me A River," Justin Timberlake*
"Keep Me In Your Heart," Warren Zevon

Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
"Misunderstood," Bon Jovi
"Hole In The World," Eagles
"Stacy's Mom," Fountains Of Wayne
"Unwell," Matchbox Twenty
"Underneath It All," No Doubt*

Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals
"Can't Hold Us Down," Christina Aguilera and Lil' Kim
"La Vie En Rose," Tony Bennett and k.d. lang
"Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking," Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples
"Feel Good Time," Pink featuring William Orbit
"Whenever I Say Your Name," Sting and
Mary J. Blige*

Best Pop Vocal Album
Stripped, Christina Aguilera
Brainwashed, George Harrison
Bare, Annie Lennox
Motown, Michael McDonald
Justified, Justin Timberlake*

Best Dance Recording
"Love One Another," Cher
"Easy," Groove Armada
"Die Another Day," Madonna
"Come Into My World," Kylie Minogue*
"Breathe," T&eacutel&eacutepopmusik

Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
"Are You Happy Now?" Michelle Branch
"Losing Grip," Avril Lavigne
"Trouble," Pink*
"Time Of Our Lives," Bonnie Raitt
"Righteously," Lucinda Williams

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance
"New Killer Star," David Bowie
"Down In The Flood," Bob Dylan
"If I Could Fall In Love," Lenny Kravitz
"Gravedigger," Dave Matthews*
"Return Of Jackie & Judy," Tom Waits

Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
"Times Like These," Foo Fighters
"There There," Radiohead
"Calling All Angels," Train
"Seven Nation Army," The White Stripes
"Disorder In The House," Warren Zevon and
Bruce Springsteen*

Best Hard Rock Performance
"Like A Stone," Audioslave
"Bring Me To Life," Evanescence featuring
Paul McCoy*
"Straight Out Of Line," Godsmack
"Just Because," Jane's Addiction
"Go With The Flow," Queens Of The Stone Age

Best Metal Performance
"Did My Time," Korn
"mOBSCENE," Marilyn Manson
"St. Anger," Metallica*
"Smothered," Spineshank
"Inhale," Stone Sour

Best Rock Song
"Bring Me To Life," David Hodges, Amy Lee and Ben Moody, written for Evanescence featuring Paul McCoy
"Calling All Angels," Charlie Colin, Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood, written for Train
"Disorder In The House," Jorge Calderón and Warren Zevon, written for Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen
"Seven Nation Army," Jack White for White Stripes*
"Someday," Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Ryan Vikedal, written for Nickelback

Best Rock Album
Audioslave, Audioslave
Fallen, Evanescence
One By One, Foo Fighters*
More Than You Think You Are, Matchbox Twenty
The Long Road, Nickelback

Best Alternative Music Album
Fight Test, The Flaming Lips
Hail To The Thief, Radiohead
Untitled, Sigur Rós
Elephant, The White Stripes*
Fever To Tell, Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
"Rain On Me," Ashanti
"Back In The Day," Erykah Badu
"Dangerously In Love," Beyoncé*
"Ooh!," Mary J. Blige
"I Wish I Wasn't," Heather Headley

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
"Step In The Name Of Love," R. Kelly
"Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda," Brian McKnight
"Superstar," Ruben Studdard
"How You Gonna Act Like That," Tyrese
"Dance With My Father," Luther Vandross*

Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals
"The Closer I Get To You," Beyoncé and Luther Vandross," Stanley Clarke, Glenn Lewis and Amel Larrieux*
"Say Yes," Floetry
"I'll Stay," Roy Hargrove and The RH Factor featuring D'Angelo
"Busted," The Isley Brothers with Ronald Isley a.k.a. Mr. Biggs featuring JS
"Hands Up," TLC

Best R&B Song
"Comin' From Where I'm From," Mark Batson and Anthony Hamilton, written for Anthony Hamilton
"Crazy In Love," Shawn Carter, Rich Harrison, Beyoncé and Eugene Record, written for Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z*
"Dance With My Father," Richard Marx and Luther Vandross, written for Luther Vandross
"Danger," Erykah Badu, J. Poyser, B.R. Smith and R.C. Williams, written for Erykah Badu
"Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)," A. Douglas, I. Lorenzo and A. Parker, written for Ashanti

Best R&B Album
Worldwide Underground, Erykah Badu
Bittersweet, Blu Cantrell
So Damn Happy, Aretha Franklin
Body Kiss, The Isley Brothers featuring Ronald Isley a.k.a. Mr. Biggs
Dance With My Father, Luther Vandross*

Best Female Rap Solo Performance
"Got It Poppin'," Da Brat
"Work It," Missy Elliott*
"Came Back For You," Lil' Kim
"Ride Wit Me," MC Lyte
"Go Head," Queen Latifah

Best Male Rap Solo Performance
"Pump It Up," Joe Budden
"Lose Yourself," Eminem*
"In Da Club," 50 Cent
"Stand Up," Ludacris
"Get Busy," Sean Paul

Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group
"Gossip Folks," Missy Elliott featuring Ludacris
"Magic Stick," Lil' Kim featuring 50 Cent
"Shake Ya Tailfeather," Nelly, P. Diddy and
Murphy Lee
"Dipset (Santana's Town)," Juelz Santana featuring Cam'Ron
"Can't Stop Won't Stop," Young Gunz

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
"Crazy In Love," Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z*
"Where Is The Love," The Black Eyed Peas with Justin Timberlake
"Luv U Better," LL Cool J featuring Marc Dorsey
"Frontin'," The Neptunes featuring Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z
"Beautiful," Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell and Uncle Charlie Wilson

Best Rap Song
"Beautiful," Calvin Broadus, Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams, written for Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell and Uncle Charlie Wilson
"Excuse Me Miss," Shawn Carter, Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams, written for Jay-Z featuring Pharrell Williams
"In Da Club," M. Elizondo, C. Jackson and A. Young, written for 50 Cent
"Lose Yourself," J. Bass, M. Mathers and L. Resto, written for Eminem*
"Work It," Missy Elliott and Tim Mosley, written for Missy Elliott

Best Rap Album
Under Construction, Missy Elliott
Get Rich Or Die Tryin', 50 Cent
The Blueprint - The Gift & The Curse, Jay-Z
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, Outkast*
Phrenology, The Roots

Best Female Country Vocal Performance
"Keep On The Sunny Side," June Carter Cash*
"On Your Way Home," Patty Loveless
"This One's For The Girls," Martina McBride
"I'm Gone," Dolly Parton
"Forever And For Always," Shania Twain

Best Male Country Vocal Performance
"Annabelle," Ray Benson
"Next Big Thing," Vince Gill*
"My Baby Don't Tolerate," Lyle Lovett
"She's My Kind Of Rain," Tim McGraw
"Brokenheartsville," Joe Nichols
"Three Wooden Crosses," Randy Travis

Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
"Red Dirt Road," Brooks & Dunn
"I Believe," Diamond Rio
"My Front Porch Looking In," Lonestar
"Colors," The Oak Ridge Boys
"A Simple Life, Ricky Skaggs and
Kentucky Thunder*

Best Country Song
"Beer For My Horses," Scotty Emerick and Toby Keith, written for Willie Nelson and Toby Keith
"Celebrity, Brad Paisley, written for himself
"Forever And For Always," Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Shania Twain, written for Shania Twain
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," Jim "Moose" Brown amd Don Rollins, written for Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett*
"Wave On Wave," Pat Green, David Neuhauser and Justin Pollard, written for Pat Green

Best Country Album
Cry, Faith Hill
My Baby Don't Tolerate, Lyle Lovett
Run That By Me One More Time, Willie Nelson and Ray Price
Live And Kickin', Willie Nelson
Up!, Shania Twain
Livin', Lovin', Losin' - Songs Of The Louvin Brothers, Various Artists*

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album
Chicago, Various Artists*
Gangs Of New York, Various Artists
Kill Bill - Vol. 1, Various Artists
A Mighty Wind, Various Artists
School Of Rock, Various Artists

Best Score Soundtrack Album
Catch Me If You Can, John Williams
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets, John Williams
The Hours, Philip Glass
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers,
Howard Shore*
Seabiscuit, Randy Newman

Best Song Written For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media
"Act A Fool," written for 2 Fast 2 Furious by Christopher Bridges and Keith McMasters
"The Hands That Built America," written for Gangs of New York by U2
"I Move On," written for Chicago by Fred Ebb and John Kander
"Lose Yourself," written for 8 Mile by J. Bass, M. Mathers & L. Resto
"A Mighty Wind," written for A Mighty Wind by Christoher Guest, Eugene Levy and Michael McKean

For a complete list of winners, visit www.grammys.com.

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