Most Grammy winning artists of all time

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Most Grammy winning artists of all time

The Dixie Chicks, founded in 1989 in Texas, USA consist of three beautiful girls, Natalie Maines, Emily Robison, and Martie Maguire. The group has won numerous music awards including 13 Grammy Awards. Dixie Chicks’ Grammy Awards went to 2007 for the album Taking the Long Way (which included Album of the Year, Record of the Year and song of the year). So far, Dixie Chicks has released seven albums selling 30.5 million copies worldwide and is the country’s best-selling country music group.

32-year-old Alicia Keys is one of the leading female R & B artists. By the time she turned 30, she won 14 Grammy Awards, including five Grammy Awards in 2002 and four Grammys in 2005. Keys sold 65 million records worldwide and in 2010 VH1 her name in the Top 100 Best Artists of All Time. In 2012, she released a very successful album entitled Girl on Fire.

Beatles Paul McCartney won 16 Grammy Awards. The 72-year-old singer has been named to the Guinness Book of Records as the most successful artist of all time with over 100 million albums sold. McCartney also co-wrote 32 songs for # 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. He owns a fortune estimated at nearly $ 700 million by 2013.

Jay Z is one of the most successful and wealthy Hip Hop artists in the United States. He has won 17 Grammy Awards and by 2012, his fortune has reached $ 500 million. Jay-Z has sold around 75 million albums worldwide, and has four albums that have topped the Billboard Hot 100

Beyonce – wife singer Jay Z also won 17 Grammy and. She is as famous as her husband. She has released five solo albums and sold nearly 120 million copies worldwide. Beyoncé has successfully held five tours round the world and she is considered one of the most successful female singer of all time. Both Beyonce and her husband are in the top list of Time magazine for the world’s most influential people

Sir Georg Solti is a famous music conductor. Sir Georg Solti is the greatest Grammy winner of all time, earning 74 Grammy nominations and winning 31 prizes.