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GRAMMYS: THE MULTIPLE WINNERS

Adele led the list of multiple winners at the 59th annual Grammy Awards with five wins, among them Record of the Year for "Hello" and Album of the Year for 25.

David Bowie won four, including Best Alternative Music Album, as did Adele's producer andsongwriting partner, GregKurstin. He was named Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. (Bowie's Blackstar received a fifth Grammy for Best Recording Package which went to art director Jonathan Barnbrook).

Chance the Rapper had three wins, including Best New Artist, the same tally as another Adele associated, Tom Elmhirst, an engineer/mixer on 25.

Taking home two Grammys each were Beyonce, Drake, Lalah Hathaway, Kirk Franklin, jazz guitarist John Scofield, Christian act Hillary Scott & The Scott Family, big band leader/composer Ted Nash, folkie Sarah Jarosz, arranger Jacob Collier and compilation producer Steve Berkowitz.

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