The winner of the 2022 Grammy Award for Greatest Rock Efficiency has gone to Foo Fighters for his or her tune, “Making A Hearth.”
This yr’s class was stacked with wholesome competitors and all the nominees — AC/DC, Black Pumas, Chris Cornell, Deftones and Foo Fighters — have been additionally up for awards in different classes, growing the probabilities of taking house a kind of coveted, iconic golden gramophones.
As a lot as there’s good trigger for celebration, this yr’s Greatest Rock Efficiency class comes with pangs of sorrow, each outdated and new. Soundgarden legend Chris Cornell, who died in 2017, acquired a posthumous nomination and, on March 25, information of the dying of drummer Taylor Hawkins, of nominee Foo Fighters, despatched a shockwave all through the world of music.
This yr, with reference to heavy music, awards are being doled out for Greatest Rock Efficiency, Greatest Steel Efficiency, Greatest Rock Track and Greatest Rock Album. Historically, the distinction between the Efficiency and Track classes pertains to the people who performed on the recordings and the songwriters, independently. In rock and steel, it is extra widespread for the songwriters to even be the performing musicians, however this isn’t recurrently the case for different genres of music.
Congrats to Foo Fighters on securing a Grammy win for Greatest Rock Efficiency! See different rock and steel class winners right here.
Greatest Rock Efficiency
AC/DC, “Shot within the Darkish”
Black Pumas, “Know You Higher (Reside From Capitol Studio A)”
Chris Cornell, “Nothing Compares 2 U”
WINNER – Foo Fighters, “Making a Hearth”
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