The most Grammy awards have gone to legendary musicians and recording artists. From Stevie Wonder to the composer of Star Wars, Michael Jackson has won the most awards with over 80. But who has the most Grammys? Beyonce Knowles has won the most, with 28 to her name. She jumped ahead of Stevie Wonder and Vladimir Horowitz for the record with the most. And we can’t forget Quincy Jones! The seminal composer and producer has been winning the Grammys since the 1960s, earning numerous awards during his time as a Grammy nominee.
The most Grammys have gone to a few different artists, and some of these artists have more than one. Some are classically trained, others are pop stars, and some have a unique talent. There are even some who aren’t really singers at all. Fortunately, there are some people who are able to make a living from their art. And if you’re into hip-hop, you’re in luck! The legendary Eminem and Kanye West have a lot of the same qualities.
U2 won the most Grammys with 61 awards. Taylor Swift won the most for her album Dangerously in Love. The list of top award winners in the country category includes Alison Krauss with 27. The only group to make the list is Union Station. Currently, Krauss shares half of her award haul with them, but could break the tie with Jones by winning more than one category. A nomination for “best country solo performance” or “best American roots” puts her on the top of the all-time list.