The event took place in LA last night with other winners including Gary Clark Jr. and Randy Brecker
The 62nd GRAMMY awards took place in Los Angeles last night with success for artists in the jazz and blues categories including three wins for Gary Clark Jr and his album ‘This Land’ while Britain’s own Jacob Collier took home two awards for his arrangements on the Djesse albums.
The 'Best Jazz Vocal Album' went to Esperanza Spalding for her ‘12 Little Spells’ project while Angelique Kidjo won 'Best World Music Album'. Other GRAMMY winners included Brad Mehldau - 'Best Jazz Instrumental', Keb’Mo - 'Best Americana Album', Randy Brecker for 'Best Improvised Solo' and Chick Corea for 'Best Latin Jazz Album'.
There’s an extended list of jazz, soul and blues winners below...
Best Improvised Jazz Solo – Randy Brecker ‘Sozinho’
Best Jazz Vocal Album – Esperanza Spalding –’12 Little Spells’
Best Jazz Instrumental Album – Brad Mehldau ‘Finding Gabriel’
Best Large Jazz Ensemble – Brian Lynch Big Band ‘The Omni-American Book Club’
Best Latin Jazz Album – Chick Corea and the Spanish Heart Band 'My Spanish Heart'
Best Contemporary Blues Album – Gary Clark Junior – 'This Land' … Also Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song.
Best World Music Album – Angelique Kidjo - 'Celia'
Best Arrangement Instrumental – Jacob Collier – 'Moon River'
Best Arrangement Instrumental – Jacob Collier – 'All Night Long'
Best Americana – Keb Mo - 'Oklahoma'
Best R&B Album - Anderson .Paak 'Ventura' ... Also Best R&B Performance
The complete list available at Grammy.com