Grammy Hall of Fame

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The Grammy Hall of Fame Award is an award given by the American Recording Academy in Los Angeles , which recognizes songs and music albums of lasting qualitative or historical importance.


The Recording Academy, which has presented the Grammy Awards annually since 1959 in 84 categories to artists such as singers , composers , musicians, as well as production managers and sound engineering , awards not only these main prizes for recordings and works from a specific year but also several general personal prizes, including Lifetime Achievement Award , the Lifetime Achievement Award , the Trustees Award , the Technical Grammy Award , the Grammy Legend Award, and the MusiCares Person of the Year Award .

In 1973 the Grammy Hall of Fame was also established. Since then, songs and albums have been recorded there that are at least 25 years old and have a special qualitative or historical significance from the perspective of the Recording Academy. Since 2000 there has also been a similar award specifically for the field of Latin American music, the Latin Grammy .

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  1. a b Grammy Hall of Fame. Retrieved February 16, 2019 .