Like all award shows, the Grammys are always bound to satisfy, surprise and rankle in equal measure, and there have been some surprising wins in the past.
The Dickey Betts composition was one of the most exhilarating guitar-led instrumentals of the 1970s.
'Q's Jook Joint' gave the producer a gold album in America for the sixth time in his incomparable career.
The Mack Gordon and Harry Warren song was already nearly 20 years old when Etta cut it for her debut album.
The November 1979 show in Paris took place in front of 8,000 admiring Supertramp fans and was turned into a live album.
Produced by longtime collaborator Gary Katz, the album went on to be the band’s most successful, and their first platinum disc.
'My Aim Is True' was a confident opening statement by a 23-year-old with opinions to burn.
The fearless experimentalist born Bek David Campbell on 8 July 1970 has built a truly impressive body of work.
A new deal with Capitol Records led to the serendipity of a working relationship with producer Don Was, and the best set of songs Bonnie had gathered since her earliest albums.
'Coward Of The County' became a rare UK country No. 1 on 16 February 1980.
Donna's song from the 'Thank God It's Friday' soundtrack, ‘Last Dance,’ became a gold-certified US pop success and the toast of the next awards season.
On 13 February 2011, exactly a year after it hit No. 1, the trio's 'Need You Now' set won the Grammy Award for Country Album of the Year.
The release contains a bonus feature of Amy's previously unseen performance on Grammy night 2008.
US television's CBS network are presenting a special, two-hour Grammy Salute special to Elton John featuring Lady Gaga, Sam Smith and more
John Williams: A Life In Music, with new recordings of the iconic scores of the world's most successful film composer, is released by Decca on 4 May 2018.