GRAMMYS '89 : TOP GRAMMY WINNERS

Here are the winners in key categories at the 31st annual Grammy Awards. For the rest of the winners, see Page 29. Best Album "Faith" George Michael Best Record "Don't Worry, Be Happy" Bobby McFerrin Best Song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" Bobby McFerrin Best New Artist Tracy Chapman Female Pop Vocal "Fast Car" Tracy Chapman Male Pop Vocal "Don't Worry, Be Happy" Bobby McFerrin Group Pop Vocal "Brasil" Manhattan Transfer Male Rock Vocal "Simply Irresistible" Robert Palmer Female Rock Vocal "Tina Live in Europe" Tina Turner Group Rock Vocal "Desire" U2 Hard Rock/Metal "Crest of a Knave" Jethro Tull Rap Performance "Parents Just Don't Understand" D. J. Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince Female R&B; Vocal "Giving You the Best That I Got" Anita Baker Male R&B; Vocal "Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby" Terence Trent D'Arby Group R&B; Vocal "Love Overboard" Gladys Knight & the Pips Female Country Vocal "Hold Me" K. T. Oslin Male Country Vocal "Old 8X10" Randy Travis Group Country Vocal "Give a Little Love" The Judds Latin Pop "Roberto Carlos" Roberto Carlos Mexican/American Performance "Canciones de Mi Padre" Linda Ronstadt Male Jazz Vocal "Brothers" Bobby McFerrin Female Jazz Vocal "Look What I Got!" Betty Carter Group Jazz Vocal "Spread Love" Take 6 Musical Cast Show "Into the Woods" Stephen Sondheim, Jay David Saks Best Classical Album Verdi: Requiem & Operatic Choruses Robert Shaw conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus Best Classical Orchestral Recording Rorem: "String Symphony," "Sunday Morning" and "Eagles" Robert Shaw and Louis Lane conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Best Performance Video "Where the Streets Have No Name" U2 Best Concept Video "I'm Fat" Weird Al Yankovic

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