2002 Grammy Awards In Photos

Alicia Keys, a 21-year-old soul traditionalist whose single "Fallin'" dominated radio last summer, tied a Grammy record for a female artist with five awards Wednesday.

She shared the spotlight with a collection of Depression-era bluegrass music and a veteran Irish rock group whose music struck a new chord after Sept. 11.

Artists and engineers involved in the soundtrack for "O Brother Where
Art Thou" pose with the Grammys they won for album of the year at the
44th annual Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los
Angeles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

Alicia Keys accepts her award for best new artist at the 44th annual
Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)

Nelly Furtado shows off her award backstage for best female pop vocal
performance for the song "I'm Like a Bird" at the 44th annual Grammy
Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

Destiny's Child members from left, Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and
Michelle Williams, show off their awards backstage for best R&B
performance by a duo or group with vocal for the song "Survivor" at the
44th annual Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los
Angeles. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

U2, from left, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Bono and Larry Mullen, far right,
pose with producer Daniel Lanois, second right, at the 44th annual
Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los Angeles. U2 won
Grammys for best rock performance, record of the year, best rock album
and best pop performance by a duo or group. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

Singer Lil' Kim and Hugh Hefner kiss for the cameras at the Warner Music
Group's post Grammy party, Wednesday night, Feb. 27, 2002, at
Mondrian's Skybar in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Kim won a
Pop Collaboration with Vocals Grammy for "Lady Marmalade,'' along with
Christina Aguilera, Mya and Pink. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Lead singer Patrick Monahan and members of the group Train accept
their award for best rock song for "Drops of Jupiter" during the 44th
annual Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los Angeles.
Train is, from left, Rob Hotchkiss, Charlie Colin, Scott Underwood, Jimmy
Stafford, and Monahan. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)

Alison Krauss accepts the award for best country performance by a
duo or group with vocals for "The Lucky One" during the 44th annual
Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002, in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)

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