Grammy Delivers Noms for the Holidays
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With 2003 drawing to a close, it's a perfect time to stop and appreciate the great music that has flooded the airwaves over the past year. The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has announced nominations for the 46th Annual Grammy Awards. We would like to congratulate all of the nominees and give a special shout out to the artists below who have chosen to include Line 6 gear in their tone arsenal.

Record Of The Year

Clocks - Coldplay
Coldplay & Ken Nelson, producers; Coldplay, Ken Nelson &
Mark Phythian, engineers/mixers
[Capitol Records]

Lose Yourself - Eminem
Eminem, producer; Eminem, Steve King & Micheal Strange, Jr., engineers/mixers
Track from: 8 Mile - Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture (Various Artists)
[Shady/Interscope Records]

Album Of The Year

Fallen - Evanescence
Dave Fortman & Ben Moody, producers; Jay Baumgardner,
Dave Fortman & Jeremy Parker, engineers/mixers; Ted Jensen, mastering engineer
[Wind-Up Entertainment]

Justified - Justin Timberlake
Brian McKnight, The Neptunes, Scott Storch, Timbaland &
The Underdogs, producers; Andrew Coleman, Jimmy Douglass,
Serban Ghenea, Dabling Harward, Steve Penny,
Dave "Hard Drive" Pensado, Dave "Natural Love" Russell,
Timbaland & Chris Wood, engineers/mixers; Herb Powers Jr., mastering engineer
[Jive Records]

Song Of The Year

I'm With You - Avril Lavigne & The Matrix, songwriters
(Avril Lavigne)
Track from: Let Go
[Arista; Publishers: Avril Lavigne Publishing, Hollylodge Music,
Rainbow Fish, Warner-Tamerlane Publishing, Mr. Spock Music,
Tix Music, Ferry Hill Songs & WB Music Corp.]

Best New Artist

Evanescence

50 Cent

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

Fallen - Sarah McLachlan
[Arista Records]

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance

Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Michael McDonald
Track from: Motown
[Motown Records]

Cry Me A River - Justin Timberlake
Track from: Justified
[Jive Records]

Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

Unwell - Matchbox Twenty
Track from: More Than You Think You Are
[Melisma/Atlantic Records]

Underneath It All - No Doubt
Track from: Rock Steady
[Interscope Records]

Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals

Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking - Bob Dylan & Mavis Staples
Track from: Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs Of Bob Dylan (Various Artists)
[Columbia Records]

Best Pop Instrumental Album

N.E.W.S. - Prince
[NPG Records]

Best Pop Vocal Album

Motown - Michael McDonald
[Motown Records]

Justified - Justin Timberlake
[Jive Records]

Best Dance Recording

Die Another Day - Madonna
Mirwais Ahmadzaï & Madonna, producers;
Mark "Spike" Stent, mixer
Track from: Die Another Day - Soundtrack (Various Artists)
[Warner Bros. Records]

Best Female Rock Vocal Performance

Are You Happy Now? - Michelle Branch
Track from: Hotel Paper
[Maverick Recording Company]

Losing Grip - Avril Lavigne
Track from: Let Go
[Arista Records]

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance

New Killer Star - David Bowie
Track from: Reality
[Columbia Records]

Down In The Flood - Bob Dylan
Track from: Masked And Anonymous - Music From
The Motion Picture (Various Artists)
[Columbia Records/Sony Music Soundtrax]

If I Could Fall In Love - Lenny Kravitz
[Virgin Records America]


Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

Times Like These - Foo Fighters
Track from: One By One
[RCA/Roswell Records]

There There - Radiohead
Track from: Hail To The Thief
[Capitol Records]

Calling All Angels - Train
Track from: My Private Nation
[Columbia Records]


Best Hard Rock Performance

Like A Stone - Audioslave
Track from: Audioslave
[Epic/Interscope Records]

Bring Me To Life - Evanescence Featuring Paul McCoy
Track from: Fallen
[Wind-up Records]

Straight Out Of Line - Godsmack
Track from: Faceless
[Republic/Universal Records]

Just Because - Jane's Addiction
Track from: Strays
[Capitol Records]

Go With The Flow - Queens Of The Stone Age
Track from: Songs For The Deaf
[Interscope Records]

Best Metal Performance

St. Anger - Metallica
Track from: St. Anger
[Elektra Entertainment Group]

Inhale - Stone Sour
Track from: Stone Sour
[Roadrunner Records]

Best Rock Instrumental Performance

Plan B - Jeff Beck
Track from: Jeff
[Epic Records]

Best Rock Song

Bring Me To Life - David Hodges, Amy Lee &
Ben Moody, songwriters
(Evanescence Featuring Paul McCoy)
Track from: Fallen
[Wind-up Records; Publishers: Zombies Ate My Publishing, Forthefallen Publishing & Dwight Frye Music, Inc.]

Calling All Angels - Charlie Colin, Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford &
Scott Underwood, songwriters (Train)
Track from: My Private Nation
[Columbia Records; Publishers: EMI April Music, Inc. & Blue Lamp Music]

Best Rock Album

Audioslave - Audioslave
[Epic/Interscope Records]

Fallen - Evanescence
[Wind-up Records]

One By One - Foo Fighters
[RCA/Roswell Records]

More Than You Think You Are - Matchbox Twenty
[Melisma/Atlantic Records]

Best Alternative Music Album

Hail To The Thief - Radiohead
[Capitol Records]

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance

Back In The Day - Erykah Badu
Track from: Worldwide Underground
[Motown Records]

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance


Step In The Name Of Love - R. Kelly
Track from: Chocolate Factory
[Jive Records]

Best Urban/Alternative Performance

Danger - Erykah Badu
Track from: Worldwide Underground
[Motown Records]

Best Male Rap Solo Performance

Lose Yourself - Eminem
Track from: 8 Mile - Music From And Inspired By
The Motion Picture (Various Artists)
[Shady/Interscope Records]

In Da Club - 50 Cent
Track from: Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
[Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Records]


Best Rap Song

In Da Club
M. Elizondo, C. Jackson & A. Young, songwriters (50 Cent)
Track from: Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
[Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Records;
Publishers: High On Life Music, WB Music Corp.,
Ain't Nuthin' Goin' On But F*****' Music, Music of Windswept,
Blotter & Elvismambo Music]

Best Rap Album

Get Rich Or Die Tryin' - 50 Cent
[Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Records]

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Forever And For Always - Shania Twain
Track from: Up!
[Mercury Nashville]

Best Male Country Vocal Performance

Next Big Thing - Vince Gill
Track from: Next Big Thing
[MCA Nashville]

Brokenheartsville - Joe Nichols
Track from: Man With A Memory
[Universal South]

Three Wooden Crosses - Randy Travis
Track from: Rise And Shine
[Word/Curb/Warner Bros. Records Nashville]


Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

Red Dirt Road - Brooks & Dunn
Track from: Red Dirt Road
[Arista Nashville]

My Front Porch Looking In - Lonestar
Track from: Greatest Hits (From There To Here)
[BNA Records]

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals

It's Five O'Clock Somewhere - Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett
Track from: Greatest Hits Volume II
[Arista Nashville]

Beer For My Horses - Willie Nelson & Toby Keith
Track from: Live And Kickin'
[Lost Highway Records]

Best Country Instrumental Performance

Spaghetti Western Swing - Brad Paisley Featuring Redd Volkaert
Track from: Mud On The Tires
[Arista Nashville]

Best Country Song

Celebrity - Brad Paisley, songwriter (Brad Paisley)
Track from: Mud On The Tires
[Arista Nashville]

Forever And For Always - Robert John "Mutt" Lange & Shania Twain, songwriters (Shania Twain)
Track from: Up!
[Mercury Nashville; Publishers: Universal-Songs of PolyGram International & Loon Echo, Inc.]

It's Five O'Clock Somewhere - Jim "Moose" Brown & Don Rollins, songwriters (Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett)
Track from: Greatest Hits Volume II
[Arista Nashville; Publishers: EMI April Music, Inc./Sea Gayle Music & R. Joseph Publishing]

Best Country Album

Cry - Faith Hill
[Warner Bros. Records Nashville]

Up! - Shania Twain
[Mercury Nashville]

Best New Age Album

One Quiet Night - Pat Metheny
[Warner Bros. Records]

Best Traditional Blues Album

Blues Singer - Buddy Guy
[Silvertone Records]

Best Contemporary Blues Album

The Road We're On - Sonny Landreth
[Sugar Hill Records]

Best Contemporary World Music Album

The Intercontinentals - Bill Frisell
[Nonesuch Records]

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media

School Of Rock - Various Artists
[Atlantic Records]

Best Song Written For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media

The Hands That Built America (From Gangs of New York) -
U2
, songwriters (U2)
Track from: Gangs Of New York
[Interscope Records; Publisher: Universal Music Publishing]

Best Recording Package

Evolve - Ani DiFranco & Brian Grunert, art directors
(Ani DiFranco)
[Righteous Babe Records]

Best Short Form Music Video

The Scientist - Coldplay
Jamie Thraves, video director; Sally Llewellyn, video producer
[Capitol Records]

Die Another Day - Madonna
Mats Lindberg, Pontus Lowenheilm & Ole Sanders, video directors;
Jim Bouvet & Verenne Ferrari, video producers
[Warner Bros. Records]