David Bowie, Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon, Yoko Ono and John Lennon at the Uris Theater in New York City, New York for the 1975 Grammy Awards.
Bette Midler and Stevie Wonder, winner for Album of the Year, at the Uris Theater in New York City during the 1975 Grammy Awards.
June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash at the Grammy Awards in 1980.
Debbie Harry and George Burns in the press room after presenting the Best New Artist trophy at the Grammy Awards in 1980.
Grace Jones and Rick James at the 1983 Grammy Awards.
Michael Jackson with Quincy Jones at the 26th Annual Grammy Awards in February 1984 at what turned out to be a monster night for the King of Pop: He took home Record of the Year and Best Vocal Performance, Male for "Thriller," Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male and Best New R&B Song for "Billie Jean," Best Recording for Children for "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial" and Producer of the Year (Non-Classical), which he shared with Quincy Jones.
Annie Lennox, dressed as Elvis Presley, and Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics at the 1984 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 28th, 1984.
Cyndi Lauper celebrates her win for Best New Artist with her date, Hulk Hogan, during the 1985 Grammy Awards.
Tina Turner, winner of Best Female Rock Vocal, and Lionel Richie, winner for Song of the Year with 'We Are the World', celebrate their Grammy wins on February 26th, 1985 in Los Angeles.
Whitney Houston poses with her Grammy for Best Pop Female Vocal performance with "Saving All My Love For You" at the 1985 Grammy Awards.
The Beastie Boys attend the 1987 Grammy Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
U2 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City during at the 1988 Grammy Awards.
Michael Jackson performs at the Grammy Awards on March 2nd, 1988, at Radio City Music Hall.
Run-DMC at the Grammy Awards on March 2nd, 1988, at Radio City Music Hall.
R.E.M. attend the 1992 Grammy Awards.
Eric Clapton poses with the six Grammys he won at the 1993 Grammy Awards. His song "Tears in Heaven" won as both Record and Song of the Year, and his album Unplugged won as Album of the Year.
Mariah Carey and Magic Johnson at the 1993 Grammy Awards.
Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett and Jason Newsted of Metallica, winners of Best Metal Performance at the 1993 Grammy Awards.
Sting holds one of three Grammy Awards he won in 1994 at Radio City Music Hall. Sting won for Best Pop Male Vocalist, and two technical awards for Best Engineered Album and Best Music Video.
Boyz II Men pose with their many trophies at the 37th Annual Grammy Awards on March 1st, 1995, in Los Angeles.
Bruce Springsteen holds his four 1995 Grammy awards for Song of the Year, Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, Best Rock Song and Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television for his song "Streets of Philadelphia."
Joni Mitchell and Coolio at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
Mary J. Blige holds the Grammy award she received for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By," which also featured Method Man, during the 38th Annual Grammy Awards on February 28th, 1996, in Los Angeles.
Coolio balances his Grammy on his head at the 38th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 28th, 1996.
Kiss at the 38th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 28, 1996.
Members of the musical group TLC hold some of the awards they won during the 38th Annual Grammy Awards 25 February in Los Angeles. The group won three awards including best rhythm and blues performance by a group and best rhythm and blues album.
Brandy, Wyclef Jean, Rita Marley and Lauryn Hill at the 1997 Grammy Awards.
Rage Against the Machine at the 39th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in New York City on February 26, 1997.
Eric Clapton and Babyface perform "Change the World" February 26, 1997 at the 39th Grammy Awards in New York. Clapton won a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
Bruce Springsteen and Beck at The 39th Annual Grammy Awards in 1997.
Scott Weiland, Jewel, and Steve Winwood at the 39th Annual Grammy Awards on February 26, 1997
The Smashing Pumpkins with their Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance on February 26, 1997 in New York City.
Bob Dylan and Fiona Apple at the 1998 Grammy Awards on February 25, 1998.