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Here are the Grammy winners. Beyonce and Luther Vandross are the night's big winners

Justin Timberlake | SENOR GRAMMY Timberlake is king of the night
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SENOR GRAMMY Timberlake is king of the night

The big winners at the 2004 Grammy ceremony include Beyoncé, who already had four wins from a pre-broadcast ceremony before she earned the evening's first televised award. Other multiple winners include: Outkast, winner of the night's biggest award, Album of the Year; Luther Vandross, who had four wins (and a brief taped appearance from home, where he is recovering from a stroke); and the White Stripes and Eminem with two awards each from the preshow ceremony.

Here are winners in the major categories:

Album of the Year
''Speakerboxxx/The Love Below,'' OutKast

Record of the Year
''Clocks,'' Coldplay

Song of the Year
''Dance With My Father,'' Luther Vandross

New Artist
Evanescence

Female Pop Vocal Performance
''Beautiful,'' Christina Aguilera

Male Pop Vocal Performance
''Cry Me a River,'' Justin Timberlake

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
''Underneath It All,'' No Doubt

Female Rock Vocal Performance
''Trouble,'' Pink

Male Rock Vocal Performance
''Gravedigger,'' Dave Matthews

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
''Disorder in the House,'' Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen

Rock Song
''Seven Nation Army,'' The White Stripes

Rock Album
''One by One,'' Foo Fighters

Alternative Music Album
''Elephant,'' The White Stripes

Female R&B Vocal Performance
''Dangerously in Love,'' Beyoncé

Male R&B Vocal Performance
''Dance With My Father,'' Luther Vandross

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
''The Closer I Get to You,'' Beyoncé and Luther Vandross

R&B Song
''Crazy in Love,'' Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z

R&B Album
''Dance With My Father,'' Luther Vandross

Contemporary R&B Album
''Dangerously in Love,'' Beyoncé

Rap Female Solo Performance
''Work It,'' Missy Elliott

Rap Male Solo Performance
''Lose Yourself,'' Eminem

Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
''Shake Ya Tailfeather,'' Nelly, P. Diddy, and Murphy Lee

Rap Song
''Lose Yourself,'' Eminem

Rap Album
''Speakerboxxx/The Love Below,'' OutKast

Female Country Vocal Performance
''Keep on the Sunny Side,'' June Carter Cash

Male Country Vocal Performance
''Next Big Thing,'' Vince Gill

Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
''A Simple Life,'' Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder

Country Song
''It's Five O'Clock Somewhere,'' Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett

Country Album
''Livin', Lovin', Losin' -- Songs of the Louvin Brothers,'' Various Artists

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media
''Chicago''

Best Short Form Music Video
''Hurt,'' Johnny Cash

Originally posted Feb 04, 2004
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