Grammys: Who Won Producer Of The Year 2022? The 64th Grammy Awards held last Sunday night, and many artistes walk home with plaques, whiles some also were disappointed by walking home empty-handed.
Trevor Noah was the host of the show, which took place in Las Vegas for its first time at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The premiere ceremony, which was held prior to the telecast, saw the majority of the awards presented.
During the show’s in memoriam segment, Taylor Hawkins, drummer for Foo Fighters, was remembered. It also featured songs written by Stephen Sondheim, performed by Cynthia Erivo and Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt, and Rachel Zegler.
The producer of the year is presented to album producers “whose recordings, released for the first time during the eligibility year, represent consistently outstanding creativity in the production of classical recordings”.
Grammys: Who Won Producer Of The Year 2022?
Jack Antonoff won Producer of the Year, Non-Classical at the 2022 Grammy Awards. It’s his third consecutive nomination for the award and first win. He was nominated alongside Hit-Boy, Ricky Reed, Mike Elizondo, and Rogét Chahayed.
Jack Michael Antonoff is an American singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and record producer. Antonoff is the lead singer of indie pop band Bleachers, and a guitarist and drummer in the indie rock band Fun. He was previously the lead singer of the indie rock band Steel Train.