51st Grammy Awards - Awards - Special Merit Awards

Special Merit Awards

MusiCares Person of the Year
  • Neil Diamond
Lifetime Achievement Award winners
  • Gene Autry
  • The Blind Boys of Alabama
  • The Four Tops
  • Hank Jones
  • Brenda Lee
  • Dean Martin
  • Tom Paxton
Trustees Award winners
  • George Avakian
  • Elliott Carter
  • Allen Toussaint
Technical Grammy Award winners
  • Clarence "Leo" Fender
  • Universal Audio
President's Merit Award
  • Clive Davis

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