List of Spanish Grammy Award winners and nominees

The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Spain:

Winner(s) or Nominees(s)YearCategoryNominated forResult
Alejandro Sanz2004Best Latin Pop AlbumNo Es lo MismoWon
2008El Tren de los MomentosWon
2011Paraiso ExpressWon
Braulio García1988En BancarrotaNominated
1988Best Latin Pop PerformanceLo Bello y lo ProhibidoNominated
Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble[lower-alpha 1]2017Best World Music AlbumSing Me HomeWon
Duncan Dhu1991Best Latin Pop AlbumAutobiografiaNominated
Dyango1989Cae la NocheNominated
Enrique Iglesias1997Enrique IglesiasWon
1999Cosas del AmorNominated
2001Best Dance RecordingBe With YouNominated
Gipsy Kings1990Best Contemporary Folk RecordingBamboleoNominated
1992Best World Music AlbumEste MundoNominated
1993Gipsy Kings LiveNominated
1995Love And LiberteNominated
1997Tierra GitanaNominated
2005Best Contemporary World Music AlbumRootsNominated
2014Best World Music Album[2]Savor FlamencoWon
Isabel Pantoja1991Best Latin Pop AlbumSe Me Enamora el AlmaNominated
José Luis Perales1989Sueño de LibertadNominated
Julio Iglesias[3]1981Best Latin RecordingHeyNominated
Willie Nelson[lower-alpha 2] and Julio Iglesias1986Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal"As Time Goes By"Nominated
Julio Iglesias1988Best Latin Pop AlbumUn Hombre SoloWon
1995La CarreteraNominated
La Oreja de Van Gogh2004Lo Que te Conté Mientras te Hacías la DormidaNominated
La Quinta Estacion2010Sin FrenosWon
Miguel Bosé2008PapitoNominated
Miguel Gallardo1990AmericaNominated
Niña Pastori2015RaizNominated
Pablo Alborán2016TerralNominated
Paco de Lucía2005Best World Music AlbumCositas BuenasNominated
Plácido Domingo1984Best Latin Pop AlbumBesame MuchoNominated
1985Siempre en Mi Corazón — Always in My HeartWon
1995De Mi Alma LatinaNominated
Raphael1989Las AparienciasNominated
1993Ave FenixNominated
Rocío Dúrcal1986Best Mexican/Mexican-American AlbumCanta A Juan GabrielNominated
1996Best Latin Pop AlbumHay Amores Y AmoresNominated
2005Best Mexican/Mexican-American AlbumAlma RancheraNominated
Vicente Amigo2018Best World Music AlbumMemoria de los SentidosNominated
Concha Buika2013Best Latin Jazz AlbumLa Noche Más LargawasNominated
2018Best World Music AlbumPara MiNominated
Camilo Sesto1976Best Latin Recording"Quieres Ser Mi Amante"Nominated
Shaila Durcal2010Best Regional Mexican AlbumCorazon RacheroNominated
Bebe2010Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative AlbumY.Nominated
The Three Tenors[lower-alpha 3]1995Album of the YearThe Three Tenors in Concert 1994Nominated
Best Pop AlbumNominated
1991Best Classical Vocal PerformanceCarreras Domingo Pavarotti in ConcertWon
Best Classical AlbumNominated
John McClure[lower-alpha 4]1986Best Cast Show AlbumWest Side StoryWon


  1. Christina Pato[1] was a member of a large musical collective, who performed on the album.
  2. Willie Nelson is an American musician.
  3. The Three Tenors consisted of José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti. Whilst Carreras and Domingo are Spanish nationals, Pavarotti was an Italian national, as such they are not necessarily a Spanish Act.
  4. The Grammy was awarded to McClure, an American producer, for the revival of West Side Story, written and conducted by Leonard Bernstein with performances by José Carreras and Kiri Te Kanawa.


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