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The 39th Annual Grammy ® Awards will be held on February 26, 1997 in New York's Madison Square Garden, with Ellen DeGeneres making a return appearance as guest host.
While the official judges are doing their judging thing, GeoCities wants to give you a chance to vote for who you think should win the Grammys ® this year. Your votes may not count officially, but you could win some really great prizes!
We've included the six most important questions here. If you want to see all the categories and nominees (there are tons), we recommend you visit the official Grammys ® site.
We will choose four winners from the entries received. Those entrants whose predictions come closest to the actual results will be chosen as winners. In the case that there is a tie, a random drawing will determine the final winners. The grand prize will be $100 worth of CD's. Second, third and fourth place prizes will come from the GeoStore. February 25th is the last day to enter the contest. Winners will be announced as soon as the results are all tallied.
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Record of the Year:
Give Me One Reason: Tracy Chapman
Change The World: Eric Clapton
Because You Loved Me (Theme from Up Close and Personal): Celine Dion
Ironic: Alanis Morissette
1979: Smashing Pumpkins
Album Of The Year:
Odelay: Beck
Falling Into You: Celine Dion
The Score: Fugees
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness: The Smashing Pumpkins
Waiting to Exhale - Soundtrack: Various Artists
Song of the Year:
Because You Loved Me (Theme from Up Close and Personal): Diane Warren, songwriter (Celine Dion)
Blue: Bill Mack, songwriter (LeAnn Rimes)
Change the World: Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick & Tommy Sims, songwriters (Eric Clapton and Wynonna)
Exhale (Shoop Shoop): Babyface, songwriter (Whitney Houston)
Give Me One Reason: Tracy Chapman, songwriter (Tracy Chapman)
Best New Artist
No Doubt
The Tony Rich Project
LeAnn Rimes
Best Rock Album
Sheryl Crow: Sheryl Crow
Crash: Dave Matthews Band
Tragic Kingdom: No Doubt
Road Tested: Bonnie Raitt
Broken Arrow: Neil Young with Crazy Horse
Best Music Video, Short Form
Ironic: Alanis Morissette
Tonight, Tonight: The Smashing Pumpkins
Earth Song: Michael Jackson
Walking Contradiction: Green Day
Free As A Bird: The Beatles
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