2000 Grammy Awards

Updated September 9, 2022 | Infoplease Staff

The 43rd Annual Grammy Awards were presented at Los Angeles' Staples Center on February 21, 2001.

Record: “Beautiful Day,” U2
Album: Two Against Nature, Steely Dan (Giant Records)
Song: “Beautiful Day,” U2, songwriters
New Artist: Shelby Lynne
Female Pop Vocal: “I Try,” Macy Gray
Male Pop Vocal: “She Walks This Earth (Soberana Rosa),” Sting
Pop Duo or Group with Vocals: “Cousin Dupree,” Steely Dan
Pop Collaboration with Vocals: “Is You Is, or Is You Ain't (My Baby),” B. B. King and Dr. John
Pop Instrumental: “Caravan,” The Brian Setzer Orchestra
Dance Recording: “Who Let the Dogs Out,” Baha Men
Pop Instrumental Album: Symphony No. 1, Joe Jackson (Sony Classical)
Pop Vocal Album: Two Against Nature, Steely Dan (Giant Records)
Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Both Sides Now, Joni Mitchell (Reprise Records)
Female Rock Vocal: “There Goes the Neighborhood,” Sheryl Crow
Male Rock Vocal: “Again,” Lenny Kravitz
Rock Duo or Group with Vocals: “Beautiful Day,” U2
Hard Rock: “Guerrilla Radio,” Rage Against the Machine
Metal: “Elite,” Deftones
Rock Instrumental: “The Call of the Ktulu,” Metallica with Michael Kamen conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Rock Song: “With Arms Wide Open,” Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti, songwriters (Creed)
Rock Album: There Is Nothing Left to Lose, Foo Fighters (RCA/Roswell Records)
Alternative Music Album: Kid A , Radiohead (Radiohead)
Female R&B Vocal: “He Wasn't Man Enough,” Toni Braxton
Male R&B Vocal: “Untitled (How Does it Feel), ” D'Angelo
R&B Duo or Group with Vocals: “Say My Name,” Destiny's Child
R&B Song: “Say My Name,” LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyoncé Knowles, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson, and Kelendria Rowland, songwriters (Destiny's Child)
R&B Album: Voodoo, D'Angelo (Cheeba Sound/Virgin Records America)
Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: Ear-Resistible, The Temptations
Rap Solo: “The Real Slim Shady,” Eminem
Rap Duo or Group: “Forgot about Dre,” Dr. Dre featuring Eminem
Rap Album: The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem
Female Country Vocal: “Breathe,” Faith Hill
Male Country Vocal: “Solitary Man,” Johnny Cash
Country Duo or Group with Vocals: “Cherokee Maiden,” Asleep at the Wheel
Country Collaboration with Vocals: “Let's Make Love,” Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Country Instrumental: “Leaving Cottondale,” Alison Brown with Béla Fleck
Country Song: “I Hope You Dance,” Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers, songwriters (Lee Ann Womack)
Country Album: Breathe, Faith Hill (Warner Bros. Records)
Bluegrass Album: The Grass Is Blue, Dolly Parton (Sugar Hill Records)
New Age Album: Thinking of You, Kitaro (Domo Records)
Contemporary Jazz: Outbound, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones
Jazz Vocal: In the Moment—Live in Concert, Dianne Reeves
Jazz Instrumental, Solo: “(Go) Get It,” Pat Metheny
Jazz Instrumental, Individual or Group: Contemporary Jazz, Branford Marsalis (Columbia Records)
Large Jazz Ensemble: 52nd Street Themes, Joe Lovano (Blue Note Records)
Latin Jazz: Live at the Village Vanguard, Chucho Valdés
Rock Gospel Album: Double Take, Petra (Word Records)
Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: If I Left the Zoo, Jars of Clay (Essential Records)
Southern Gospel, Country Gospel, or Bluegrass Gospel Album: Soldier of the Cross, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder(Skaggs Family Records)
Traditional Soul Gospel Album: You Can Make It, Shirley Caesar(Myrrh Records)
Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: Thankful, Mary Mary (Columbia/C2/Word Entertainment)
Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus: Live—God Is Working, Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; Carol Cymbala, choir director (M2.0 Music)
Latin Pop Album: Shakira—MTV Unplugged, Shakira
Latin Rock/Alternative Album: Uno, La Ley
Tropical Latin Album: Alma Caribeña, Gloria Estefan
Salsa Album: Masterpiece/Obra Maestra, Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri
Mexican Merengue Album: Olga Viva, Viva Olga, Olga Tañón
Mexican-American Album: Por Una Mujer Bonita, Pepe Aguilar
Tejano Album: ¿Qué Es Música Tejana?, The Legends
Traditional Blues Album: Riding with the King, B. B. King and Eric Clapton(Reprise Records)
Contemporary Blues Album: Shoutin' in Key, Taj Mahal and the Phantom Blues Band (Hannibal Records)
Traditional Folk Album: Public Domain—Songs from the Wild Land, Dave Alvin (HighTone)
Contemporary Folk Album: Red Dirt Girl, Emmylou Harris (Nonesuch Records)
Native American Music Album: Gathering of Nations Pow Wow, Various Artists (Soar)
Reggae Album: Art and Life, Beenie Man (Virgin Records America)
World Music Album: João Voz e Violão, João Gilberto (Verve Records)
Polka Album: Touched by a Polka, Jimmy Sturr (Rounder Records)
Musical Album for Children: Woody's Roundup Featuring Riders in the Sky, Riders in the Sky (Walt Disney Records)
Spoken Word Album for Children: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (J. K. Rowling), Jim Dale (Listening Library)
Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album: The Measure of a Man (Sidney Poitier), Sidney Poitier (Harper Audio)
Spoken Comedy Album: Braindroppings, George Carlin (HighBridge Audio)
Musical Show Album: Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida (Buena Vista Records)
Best Compilation Soundtrack Album: Almost Famous, Various Artists (DreamWorks Records)
Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture or for Television: American Beauty, Thomas Newman, composer
Song Written for a Motion Picture or for Television: “When She Loved Me” (from Toy Story 2), Randy Newman, songwriter
Instrumental Composition: “Theme from Angela's Ashes,” John Williams, composer
Instrumental Arrangement: “Spain for Sextet and Orchestra,” Chick Corea, arranger
Instrumental Arrangement with Accompanying Vocals: “Both Sides Now,” Vince Mendoza, arranger
Best Recording Package: Music, Kevin Reagan, art director (Maverick/Warner Bros. Records)
Best Boxed Recording Package: Miles Davis and John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955–1961, Frank Harkins and Arnold Levine, art directors (Columbia/Legacy Recordings)
Best Album Notes: Miles Davis and John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955–1961, Bob Blumenthal, album notes writer
Historical Album: Louis Armstrong: The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy Recordings)
Best-Engineered Album, Non-Classical: Two Against Nature, Phil Burnett, Roger Nichols, Dave Russell and Elliot Scheiner, engineers (Giant Records)
Producer, Non-Classical: Dr. Dre
Remixer, Non-Classical: Hex Hector
Best-Engineered Album, Classical: Dvorák: Requiem, Op. 89; Sym. No. 9, Op. 95 “From the New World”, John Eargle, engineer
Classical Producer: Steven Epstein
Classical Album: Shostakovich: The String Quartets, Emerson String Quartet (Deutsche Grammophon)
Orchestral Performance: Mahler: Sym. No. 10, Sir Simon Rattle (Berliner Phil.) (EMI Classics)
Opera Recording: Busoni: Doktor Faust, Kent Nagano, conductor (Erato)
Choral Performance: Penderecki: Credo, Helmuth Rilling, conductor (Oregon Bach Festival Cho.; Oregon Bach Festival Orch.)
Instrumental Soloist with Orchestra: Maw: Violin Concerto, Joshua Bell, violin; Sir Roger Norrington, conductor
Instrumental Soloist without Orchestra: Dreams of a World (Works of Lauro, Ruiz-Pipo, Duarte, etc.), Sharon Isbin, guitar
Chamber Music: Shostakovich: The String Quartets, Emerson String Quartet
Small Ensemble Performance (with or without Conductor): “Shadow Dances (Stravinsky Miniatures—Tango; Suite No. 1; Octet, etc.),” Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Classical Vocal: The Vivaldi Album (Dell'aura al sussurrar; Alma oppressa, etc.), Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo soprano
Classical Contemporary Composition: Crumb: Star-Child, George Crumb, composer
Classical Crossover Album: Appalachian Journey (1B; Misty Moonlight Waltz; Indecision, etc.), Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Edgar Meyer, double bass; Mark O'Connor, violin (Alison Krauss, fiddle and vocals; James Taylor, vocals)
Music Video, Short Form: “Learn to Fly,” (Foo Fighters), Jesse Peretz, video director
Music Video, Long Form: Gimme Some Truth—The Making of John Lennon's Imagine Album (John Lennon), Andrew Solt, video director

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