Latin Grammy Awards of 2001: Wikis

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2nd Latin Grammy Awards (Press Conference)
Date October 30, 2001
Venue Conga Room, Los Angeles, California
Host Jimmy Smits, Paul Rodriguez
2nd Latin Grammy Awards (Originally Planned Telecast)
Date September 11, 2001
Venue Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
Network CBS
Host Christina Aguilera, Jimmy Smits
Persona Del Ano Julio Iglesias

The Second Annual Latin Grammy Awards winners were announced during a press conference October 30, 2001 at the Conga Room in Los Angeles, California. The live webcast and press conference were hosted by Jimmy Smits and Paul Rodriguez. Alejandro Sanz was the big winner winning four awards including Album of the Year. Juanes won three awards including Best New Artist and Christina Aguilera became the first American born artist to win a Latin Grammy, winning Best Female Pop Vocal Album.

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Cancellation

The awards were to have been presented at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA with a CBS national telecast on September 11, 2001. The telecast was cancelled because of the terrorist attacks that morning in New York City, Arlington, Virginia, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The show's original hosts were supposed to be Jimmy Smits and Christina Aguilera.

Winners

General Field

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Record of the Year

  • "El Alma Al Aire" — Alejandro Sanz
    • Emanuele Ruffinengo, producer; Joel Numa, Renato Cantele & Roberto Maccagno, engineers/mixers

Album of the Year

  • El Alma Al AireAlejandro Sanz
    • Emanuele Ruffinengo, producer; Joel Numa, Maurizio Biancani, Renato Cantele & Roberto Maccagno, engineers/mixers

Song of the Year

Best New Artist

Pop Field

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

Best Pop Instrumental Album

Rap/Hip-Hop Field

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album

Rock Field

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

Best Rock Song

Tropical Field

Best Salsa Album

Best Merengue Album

  • ...De Vuelta Al Barrio — Chichi Peralta

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Best Tropical Song

Regional Field

Best Ranchero Album

Best Banda Album

Best Grupero Album

Best Tejano Album

  • Quien Iba A Pensar — Jimmy González y El Grupo Mazz

Best Norteño Album

  • Quémame Los Ojos/Amigos Del AlmaRamón Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte

Best Regional Mexican Song

Traditional Field

Best Folk Album

  • La Rumba Soy Yo — El All-Stars de La Rumba Cubana

Best Tango Album

Best Flamenco Album

Jazz Field

Best Latin Jazz Album

Brazilian Field

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

  • Memorias, Crônicas E Declarações De AmorMarisa Monte

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album

Best Sertaneja Album

  • Semente Caipira — Pena Branca

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)

  • "Esperando Na Janela" — Raimundinho do Accordion, Targino Gondim & Manuca, songwriters (Gilberto Gil)

Children's Field

Best Latin Children's Album

  • Cómo Estan Ustedes? — Miliki

Classic Field

Best Classical Album

Production Field

Best Engineered Album

Producer of the Year

Music Video Field

Best Music Video


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