The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on January 12, 1983 · Page 37
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Wednesday, January 12, 1983
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HVW 38 THE TENNESS6AN, Wedneidoy, January H, 1983 miincotiomi Partial List for ra m my ALBUM OF THE YEAR: "American Fool," John Cougar; "The Nightfly," Donald Fagen'; "The ; Nylon Curtain; Billy Joel; "Toto IV," Toto; "Tug of War,"-Paul McCartney. " - ' '"' - SONG OF. THE YEAR: "Always On My Mind"; "Ebony and Ivory"; "Eye of the Tiger"; "I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)"; "Rosanna." 1 BEST NEW ARTIST: Asia; Jennifer Holli-day; The Human League; Men At Work; Stray Cats; LOS ANGELES (AP)-Here is a list of nominees in major categories announced Tuesday for the 25th annual Grammy Awards: RECORD OF THE YEAR: "Always on My Mind," Willie Nelson; "Chariots of Fire," Vangelis; "Ebony & Ivory," Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder; "Rosanna," Toto; "Step-pin' put," Joe Jackson. BEST POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: "Get Closer,",: Linda Ronstadt; "Gloria," Laura Branigart; "Heart Attack," Olivia Newton-John; "Love's Been a Little Bit Hard On Me," Juice Newton; "You Should Hear How She Talks About You," Melissa Manchester. . .. BEST POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE:; "Blue Eyes," Elton John 'Don't Talk To Strangers," Rick Springfield; "I.G.Y. (What a Beautiful World)," Donald Fagen; 'T Keep Forgettin' (Everytime You're Near)," Music," Alabama; "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay," Waylon Jennings and' Willie Nelson; "You Put the Blue In Me," The Whites. BEST COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE: "Alabaina Jubilee," Roy Clark; "Below Freezing," Doc and Merle Watson; "Feudin'," Poco; "The Joe Maphis Flat-Picking Spectacular Joe Maphis; "Just Hooked, on Country," Albert Coleman's Atlanta Pops Orchestra. '' BEST COUNTRY SONG: "Always on My Mind"; "I'm Going' to Hire a Wino to Decorate Our Home"; "Nobody"; "Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hands"; "She Got the. Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)". BEST GOSPEL PERFORMANCE. CONTEMPORARY: "Age to Age," Amy Grant;' "Lady Live," Reba Rambq; ''Stand By the Power," Imperials; "Lift Up the Lord," Sandi Patti; "My Tribute,",Andrae Crouch. . BEST GOSPEL PERFORMANCE, TRADI- TIONAL: "Feeling at Home," Rex Nelson , Singers; "I'm Following You," Blackwood Brothers; ''Makin' My Own Place." Dottie Rambo; "Oi What A Savior,'" The Masters V; , "Something Special," The Cathedrals. ; BEST SOUL GOSPEL PERFORMANCE. TRADITIONAL: "He Believes in Me," Ben Moore; ?' Jesus Is Alive and Well," Jessy Dixon; "Miracle Man," Mighty Clouds of Joy; "Precious Lord.'V AI Green; "We Need to Hear From You," Andrae Crouch. ; ; "i BEST INSPIRATIONAL PERFORMANCE: crossfire," Kansas; "God Bless America," Leontyne Price; "He Set. My Life , to Music," Barbara Mandrell; "Miracle," B.J. ' Thomas; "Would They Love Him Down' in Shreveport," Oak Ridge Boys. fry BEST CAST SHOW ALBUM: "Cats"; "Dreamgirls'V "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"; "Merrily We Roll Along"; "Nine." ' ' ' ' Willie, Dolly, Ronnie, Michael McDonald; "Steppin' Out," Joe Jackson; 6, "Truly," Lionel Richie. ' " ' . "' " BEST POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL: "Ebony and Ivo- , ry," Paul McCartney and Stevie" Wonder; "Hard To Say I'm Sorry," Chicago; "Maneat-er," Daryl Hall & John Gates; "Rosanna,".: Toto; "Up Where We Belong," Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes. ;' " . , 'BEST ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: "Get Closer," Linda Ronstadt; "Green Light," Bonnie Raitt; "Protection," Donna Summer; "Shadows of the Night," Pat Benatar; "Voyeur," Kim Carnes. BEST ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE: ,"Dirty Laundry,"' Don Henley, "Hurts So Good," John Cougar; "I Get Excit-.' ed," Rick Springfield; "hock the Monkey," Peter Gabriel; "Tonight I'm Yours," Rod Stewart. . . s , . BEST ROCK PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL: "Asia," Asia; "Centerfold," J. Geils Band; "Don't Ffght It," Kenny Loggins with Steve Perry; "Eye of the Tiger," Survivor; "Valley Girl," Frank & Moon Zappa. . ' : - BEST COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: '"Ain't No Money," Ro-sanne Cash; "Break H to Me fcently," Juice Newton; "Cimarron," Emniylou Harris; "J Will Always Lave You," Dolly PartOn: "Nobody," Sylvia. ' ' BEST' COUNTRY; VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE: "Always on My Mind," Willie Nelsdn; : "He Got You," Ronnie Milsap; "Heartbroke," Ricky Skaggs; "Love Will Turn You Around," Kenny Rogers; "She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)," Jerry Reed. BEST COUNTRY PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL! "Bobbie Sue,"'Oak Ridge Boys; "Love Hurts," Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris; '"Mountain Emmylou AS MANDRELL read the list of nominations, when ;she came to her own name, those present burst into spontaneous applause. At the conclusion of yesterday's announcements, she said, "The fans get excited over the Grammys because it gives them a chance to see all the facets of the record business. We're so proud that Nashville always makes such a strong showing every year." ' . i The" 25th Annual Grammy Awards Show will be telecast live from Los Angeles', Shrine Auditoriumon Wednesday, February 23. It will air in Nashville on WTVF-Channel 5 beginning at 7 p.m. v (Continued from page 35) the artists record here. Amy Grant is again nominated, joining such heavyweights as The Masters V, The Imperials, An-drae Crouch, Al Green and the Mighty Clouds of Joy. At the beginning of the press conference, Wesley Rose, a former national NARAS president, quipped, "As a senior citizen, I get a little reward by getting to introduce everyone's sweetie, Barbara Mandrell." AS SHE WALKED behind the podium, the diminutive entertainer immediately grew several inches, a feat she explained by saying, "Did you notice? They CBS Weekly Winner; v60 Minutes' Is First - YOU CAN BE louDie Discounts Xlalrepdy up. have a crate back here for me to stand on." : 7 . . When praising the importance of the Grammys, she jokingly said, "I know what a Coveted award it is. I don't know what it feels like to win one, though." The 1982 Grammy Awards Show has been expanded to a three-hour broadcast originating in Los Angeles. Ivey explained that this year's show will have a different feel, with "a pretty healthy representation of past award winners coming back to perform and clips from ,the old shows. It's almost like trying to document the 25 years that the Grammys have been awarded. John, Denver will be the host again." CBS was first for the week with a rating of 19.2. ABC was second with 17.4,' and NBC was third with 15.6. The networks say this means in an average prime-time minute 19.2 percent of the nation's homes with television were tuned to CBS. : CBS had 10 shows in the Top 10, which was expanded to 11 because of a tie for 10th place. "Alice,"5 returning 'temporarily to the CEiS schedule, was in: sixth place. The show had earlier been dropped by the network. The NFL football game was the only ABC show, in the Top 10. NBC had none in the Top 10 and its only entry in the Top 20 w$s"TV Censored Bloopers No. 5," which finished No. 19. THE RATINGS listed here are those listed by CBS and NBC, which count shows that begin outside of prime time and continue ox "spillover" into prime time. ABC does not list spillover programs. ' , LADIES For the latest in fashion news read Gloria Ballard , appearing regularly in TheTENXESSEAN First in fashion news 1 !C&&1418 toe priced , Tremendous i. " .-ciloii of FALL & A REAL WINNER TOO! After trying many others diets without success I tried Nutri . 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It was the final season game in the series and its rating of 24.2 was the highest since the season premiere. ABC telecast nine NFL games with an average rating of 20.6. They included eight regularly scheduled games, plus one game added at the end of the season because of the NFL players strike. Eight scheduled games were not telecast because of the strike. i Ferragamo . Van Eli . UmttedIIroe II II Ovet 650 Centers WEIGHT ANALYSIS medical centers in North America HICKORY HOLLOW . IN HILLS DEPT. STORE CENTER 331-9400 . , MURFREESBORO 448 E. BURTON (Across from Hospital) 893-4100 S RIVERGATE , 907 TWO MlLE PKWY. 859-5100 ! GREEN HILLS ' ' 2002 RICHARD JONES RD. 385-1000 ' ? r o S . fonal xo k ; VIRFF 5U savings i I on the finest s - : ourre; name . fA- X AX i V $20, $4S Women's JJ X : t to Fashions... tfK X V ( C I . I 1 't()(i-s 150 Values) .II J8i& X . 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