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Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

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Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album
Awarded forQuality albums in the Mexican music genre
CountryUnited States
Presented byNational Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
First awarded1984
Last awarded2008
Websitegrammy.com

The Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album was an award presented to recording artists for quality albums in the Mexican music genre at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards.[1] Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to "honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales or chart position".[2]

Since its inception, the award category has had several name changes. From 1984 to 1991 the award was known as Best Mexican-American Performance.[3] From 1992 to 1994 it was awarded as Best Mexican-American Album.[4] In 1995 it returned to the title Best Mexican-American Performance.[5] From 1996 to 1998 it was awarded as Best Mexican-American/Tejano Music Performance.[6] In 1999, the category name was changed to Best Mexican-American Music Performance, and in 2000 it returned to the title Best Mexican-American Performance once again.[7][8] From 2001 to 2008 the award was presented as Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album.[9][10] In 2009, the category was split into two new fields: Best Norteño Album and Best Regional Mexican Album.[11]

Mexican-American artist Flaco Jiménez is the most-awarded performer in the category with four wins, twice as a solo performer and twice as member of Texas Tornados and Los Super Seven. He is followed by fellow Mexican-American performer Pepe Aguilar with three winning albums and by American singers Vikki Carr and Linda Ronstadt, Mexican singers Luis Miguel and Joan Sebastian, and bands La Mafia and Los Lobos, with two wins each. Mexican ranchera performer Vicente Fernández is the most nominated artist without a win with ten unsuccessful nominations.

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Recipients

Two-time award winner Linda Ronstadt performing in 1976
Two-time award winner Linda Ronstadt performing in 1976
Members of the two-time award-winning band Los Lobos performing at the White House in 2009
Members of the two-time award-winning band Los Lobos performing at the White House in 2009
Jorge Hernández of the 1988 award-winning group Los Tigres del Norte, performing in 2008
Jorge Hernández of the 1988 award-winning group Los Tigres del Norte, performing in 2008
Oscar de la Rosa of the two-time award-winning band La Mafia
Oscar de la Rosa of the two-time award-winning band La Mafia
Three-time award winner Pepe Aguilar performing in 2010
Three-time award winner Pepe Aguilar performing in 2010
Two-time award winner Joan Sebastian performing in 2009
Two-time award winner Joan Sebastian performing in 2009
Year Performing artist(s) Work Nominees Ref.
1984 Los Lobos "Anselma" [3]
1985 Sheena Easton and Luis Miguel "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" [12]
1986 Vikki Carr Simplemente Mujer [13]
1987 Flaco Jiménez Ay Te Dejo en San Antonio y Más! [14]
1988 Los Tigres del Norte Gracias!... América... Sin Fronteras
  • Antonio Aguilar15 Exitos con Tambora, Vol. 2
  • Chavela y su Grupo Express – El Rey del Barrio
  • Little JoeTimeless
  • Los Diablos – Celebración
[15]
1989 Linda Ronstadt Canciones de Mi Padre [16]
1990 Los Lobos La Pistola y El Corazón [17]
1991 Texas Tornados "Soy de San Luis" [18]
1992 Little Joe 16 de Septiembre [4]
1993 Linda Ronstadt Mas Canciones
  • Los Diablos – Un Nuevo Comienzo
  • Los Tigres del NorteCon Sentimiento y Sabor
  • Emilio NavairaUnsung Highways
  • Mingo Saldivary y sus Tremendos Cuatro Espadas – I Love My Freedom, I Love My Texas
[19]
1994 Selena Selena Live! [20]
1995 Vikki Carr Recuerdo a Javier Solís [5]
1996 Flaco Jiménez Flaco Jiménez [6]
1997 La Mafia Un Millón de Rosas
  • Ramón Ayala y sus Bravos del Norte – Arráncame el Corazón
  • Fandango USA – 10th Anniversary
  • Vicente FernándezVicente Fernández y sus Canciones
  • Jaime y los Chamacos – En Vivo... Puro Party Live!
[21]
1998 La Mafia En Tus Manos [22]
1999 Los Super Seven Los Super Seven [7]
2000 Plácido Domingo 100 Años de Mariachi [8]
2001 Pepe Aguilar Por Una Mujer Bonita [9]
2002 Ramón Ayala y sus Bravos del Norte En Vivo... El Hombre y su Música [23]
2003 Joan Sebastian Lo Dijo el Corazón [24]
2004 Joan Sebastian Afortunado [25]
2005 Intocable Intimamente [26]
2006 Luis Miguel México en la Piel [27]
2007 Pepe Aguilar Historias de Mi Tierra [28]
2008 Pepe Aguilar 100% Mexicano [10]

See also

References

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