Grammy Trustees Award

The Grammy Trustees Award is awarded by The Recording Academy to "individuals who, during their careers in music, have made significant contributions, other than performance, to the field of recording".[1] From 1983 onwards, performers could also receive this award. This award is distinct from the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors performers.[2]

Trustees Award recipients

The following individuals have received Trustees Awards, listed by year.[3]

YearRecipient(s)Ref.
1967Georg Solti and John Culshaw
1968Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, Krzysztof Penderecki
1970Robert Moog
1971Chris Albertson, John Hammond, Larry Hiller, Paul Weston
1972The Beatles
1977Thomas Edison, Leopold Stokowski
1979Goddard Lieberson, Frank Sinatra
1981Count Basie, Aaron Copland
1983Les Paul
1984Béla Bartók
1985Eldridge Johnson
1986George and Ira Gershwin
1987Harold Arlen, Emile Berliner, Jerome Kern, Johnny Mercer
1989Walt Disney, Quincy Jones, Cole Porter
1990Dick Clark
1991Milt Gabler, Berry Gordy, Sam Phillips
1992Thomas A. Dorsey, Christine Farnon, Oscar Hammerstein II, Lorenz Hart
1993Ahmet and Nesuhi Ertegün, W. C. Handy, George T. Simon
1994Norman Granz
1995Pierre Cossette
1996George Martin, Jerry Wexler
1997Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss, Burt Bacharach and Hal David, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
1998Holland-Dozier-Holland, Frances Preston, Richard Rodgers
1999Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff
2000Clive Davis, Phil Spector
2001Arif Mardin, Phil Ramone
2002Tom Dowd, Alan Freed
2003Alan Lomax, New York Philharmonic
2004Gerry Goffin and Carole King, Orrin Keepnews, Marian McPartland
2005Hoagy Carmichael, Don Cornelius, Alfred Lion, Billy Taylor
2006Chris Blackwell, Owen Bradley, Al Schmitt
2007Estelle Axton, Cosimo Matassa, Stephen Sondheim
2008Clarence Avant, Jac Holzman, Willie Mitchell
2009George Avakian, Elliott Carter, Allen Toussaint
2010Harold Bradley, Florence Greenberg, Walter C. Miller
2011Al Bell, Wilma Cozart Fine, Bruce Lundvall
2012Dave Bartholomew, Steve Jobs, Rudy Van Gelder
2013Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Leonard and Phil Chess, Alan Livingston
2014Ennio Morricone, Rick Hall, Jim Marshall[4]
2015Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, Richard Perry, George Wein
2016John Cage, Fred Foster, Chris Strachwitz
2017Thom Bell, Mo Ostin, Ralph S. Peer
2018Bill Graham, Seymour Stein, John Williams
2019Lou Adler, Ashford & Simpson, Johnny Mandel

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