Chicago's Grammy nominees

December 2, 2010

 

As promised last night, here is the list of nominees from Chicago and the surrounding area, according to the Midwest office of the Recording Academy.

Aaron Sledge: Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album

Buddy Guy: Best Contemporary Blues Album

Chicago Symphony Chorus:  Best Classical Album; Best Choral Performance

Chicago Symphony Orchestra:  Best Classical Album; Best Orchestral Performance; Best Choral Performance

Common:  Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

Freddy Cole: Best Jazz Vocal Album

Gretchen Wilson (Pocahontas, IL): Best Female Country Vocal Performance; Best Country Song

Justin Roberts:  Best Musical Album For Children

Kanye West:  Best Rap Solo Performance

Ken Shipley (Numero Group):  Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package

Lalah Hathaway:  Best Gospel Performance; Best Gospel Song

Mavis Staples: Best Americana Album

Pinetop Perkins: Best Traditional Blues Album

Riccardo Muti: Best Classical Album; Best Choral Performance

R. Kelly: Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance; Best Contemporary R&B Album

Rob Sevier: Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package

Tom Lunt: Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package

VaShawn Mitchell: Best Gospel Performance; Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album

Willie “Big Eyes” Smith: Best Traditional Blues Album; Best Contemporary Blues Album

 

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