The youngest and oldest Grammy winners, ever
Tony Bennett becomes second-oldest Grammy winner ever at 95
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At the age of 95, legendary jazz crooner Tony Bennett has become the second-oldest Grammy winner ever.
Bennett, together with Lady Gaga, won the Grammy for traditional pop vocal album for their 2021 collection of Cole Porter standards titled 'Love for Sale.' The powerful duo was nominated in five categories, including album of the year and record of the year ('I Get a Kick Out of You').
Even upon receiving the nominations, Bennett made history as the oldest artist ever nominated in a “general field” category, and the second-oldest nominee in Grammy history. This award marks his 20th in total, ever since he won his first award back in 1963.
Age doesn't matter when it comes to Grammy Awards domination. Youth and the elderly alike have won. Do names like Billie Eilish and Betty White ring a bell for you at the Grammys? In this gallery, we detail the youngest and oldest Grammy winners ever. Click on to discover more!
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