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Al Green

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8 Feb, 2009

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green and Hamilton wins the Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance for You’ve Got The Love I Need.

Creatively, I’d like to achieve not only being an artist but being a businessman and having my own music home … producing groups, developing acts (and) being on that end of things. (I want to be) in a few more movies … (I) probably wouldn’t have to work as hard if I get one of those movie checks (laughs).

21 Feb, 1990

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green wins the Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Vocal Performance, Male Or Female for As Long As We’re Together. 

2 Mar, 1988

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green wins the Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Male for Everything’s Gonna Be Alright. 

24 Feb, 1987

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green wins the Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Male for Going Away. 

28 Feb, 1984

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green wins the Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Male for I’ll Rise Again.

23 Feb, 1983

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green wins the Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Contemporary for Higher Plane, and Best Soul Gospel Performance, Traditional for Precious Lord. 

24 Feb, 1982

Wins Grammy

Grammy

Green wins the Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Traditional for The Lord Will Make A Way.

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