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Saturday, January 25, 2014

And the Grammy for Best New Artist goes to . . .



In honor of the 56th Annual Grammy Awards tomorrow night, I thought it would be fun to look back at some past winners for Best New Artist:

The Carpenters at the 13th Annual Grammy Awards in 1971 (presented by Henry Mancini and hosted by Andy Williams). This was the first time the Grammys were broadcast on television.



Dusty Springfield accepted the award on behalf of the band, America, at the 15th Annual Grammy Awards in 1973 (presented by The 5th Dimension).



Bette Midler at the 16th Annual Grammy Awards in 1974 (presented by the Carpenters).



Marvin Hamlisch at the 17th Annual Grammy Awards in 1975 (presented by Tony Orlando and Dawn).



Natalie Cole at the 18th Annual Grammy Awards in 1976 (presented by Helen Reddy and Neil Sedaka).



Starland Vocal Band at the 19th Annual Grammy Awards in 1977 (presented by Brian Wilson, Carl and Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys and hosted by Andy Williams).



Debby Boone at the 20th Annual Grammy Awards in 1978 (presented by Steve Martin and the band, Chicago, and hosted by John Denver).



A Taste of Honey at the 21st Annual Grammy Awards in 1979 (presented by host John Denver and Eubie Blake).



Rickie Lee Jones at the 22nd Annual Grammy Awards in 1980 (presented by Debbie Harry and George Burns and hosted by Kenny Rogers).



Christopher Cross at the 23rd Annual Grammy Awards in 1981 (presented by Herb Alpert and Harry Belafonte).



Sheena Easton at the 24th Annual Grammy Awards in 1982 (presented by The Pointer Sisters).



Men at Work at the 25th Annual Grammy Awards in 1983 (presented by Lily Tomlin and Tony Bennett).



Culture Club at the 26th Annual Grammy Awards in 1984 (presented by Rodney Dangerfield and Cyndi Lauper).



Cyndi Lauper at the 27th Annual Grammy Awards in 1985 (presented by Ray Davies of The Kinks and Laurie Anderson).

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