Kacey Musgraves Celebrates Album Of The Year Win At The Universal Music Group After Party

Kacey Musgraves attends Universal Music Group’s 2019 After Party

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Kacey Musgraves—the 2019 Grammy Awards’ biggest winner—celebrated her four wins, including the evening’s biggest honor, Album of the Year, by attending Universal Music Group’s at ROW DTLA following the broadcast.

Bravado CEO Mat Vlasic, UME CEO Bruce Resnikof, Mick Jagger, UMG Chairman & CEO David Joseph and UMG Chairman & CEO Sir Lucian Grainge

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She was in high spirits wearing her (coincidentally) fourth ensemble of the evening, a red hot Valentino mini-dress. And why not? In addition to winning Album of the Year, she also took home the awards for Country Song, Country Album and Country Solo Performance.

Tori Kelly

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Attendees at the event included artists spanning the range of Universal Music Group’s labels, including Mick Jagger, Maggie Rogers, Grey, Hailee Steinfeld, Zedd, Anthony Ramos, Sky Ferreira, Sam Moore, Aisha Tyler, Lele Pons, Mura Masa, Alessia Cara, Eve, Amir Khan, Yuna, Sabrina Carpenter, James Bay, Chantel Jeffries, Fiona Xie and Hill Harper.  Additional attendees included Chris Dave, Danni Leigh, Mark Ronson, Steve Vai, Pete Tong, J Balvin, Earth Wind & Fire, Tom Payne, Shane West, Tony Bennett, Lisa Loeb, Dean Lewis, Quincy Jones, Nina Dobrev, Maya B, Terry Crews, J.S. Ondara, Shaun Ross, Niall Horan, and Brothers Osborne.

Hailee Steinfeld

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A slew of UMG executives, including Chairman & CEO Sir Lucian Grainge, Def Jam CEO Paul Rosenberg and Capitol Records Chairman & CEO Steve Barnett were also in attendance.

Terry Crews

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Musgraves and Lady Gaga led Universal Music Group’s family of labels at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony. Lady Gaga, who performed “Shallow” from A Star is Born during the awards show broadcast, took home three awards.

Hill Harper and Quincy Jones

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Black Panther resulted in two Grammys. Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future & James Blake won Best Rap Performance for “King’s Dead” from the Black Panther Soundtrack (Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath/Interscope). The film’s score by composer Ludwig Göransson also won BestScore Soundtrack for Visual Media.


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Across several genres, Universal Music artists won Grammys in best album categories. Ariana Grande won Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener (Republic); The Carters won Best Urban Contemporary Album for Everything is Love (Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment); Greta Van Fleet won Best Rock Album for From The Fires (Lava/Republic); Justice won Best Dance/Electronic Album for Woman Worldwide (Genesis/Because Music); Steve Gadd Band won Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for Steve Gadd Band (BFM Jazz); Zoé won Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album for Aztlán (Universal Music Mexico); Sting & Shaggy won Best Reggae Album for 44/876 (A&M/Interscope) and Beck won Best Alternative Album for Colors (which also won Best Engineered Album, non-classical).

Shane West and Fiona Xie

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In addition, Chris Cornell won Best Rock Performance for “When Bad Does Good” (UMe). St. Vincent (Loma Vista/Concord) won Best Rock Song for “MassEducation,” while Ella Mai (10 Summers/Interscope) won Best R&B Song for “Boo’d Up.” St. Vincent’s MassEducation also won Best Recording Package. Universal Music Publishing Group represents eight songwriters who won Grammys across 11 categories, including writers on Drake’s “God’s Plan” for Best Rap Song and Lauren Daigle’s “You Say” for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song.

Beck and daughter Tuesday Hansen

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In the Jazz categories, American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom (BFM Jazz) by the John Daversa Big Band Featuring DACA Artists won three Grammys: Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album, Best Improvised Jazz Solo and Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella. The Wayne Shorter Quartet won Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Emanon(Blue Note/Capitol).

Tori Kelly won two Grammys in the Christian and Gospel categories for Best Gospel Album for Hiding Place (Capitol/Schoolboy Records) and Best Gospel Performance/Song for “Never Alone,” while Lauren Daigle additionally won Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for Look Up Child (Centricity /12Tone/Capitol Christian Music Group).

Niall Horan

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In classical music, Dmitir Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos. 4 & 11 `The Year 1905,’ Andris Nelsons & Boston Symphony Orchestra (Deutsche Grammophon) won Best Orchestral Performance and Best Engineered Album, Classical, and Randy Waldman’s “Spiderman Theme” (featuring Take 6 & Chris Potter) from the album Superheroes (BFM Jazz) won Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals.