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Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male
The Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male was awarded from 1959 to 1968. The award had several minor name changes:
- From 1959 to 1960 the award was known as Best Vocal Performance, Male
- In 1961 it was awarded as two awards for Best Vocal Performance Album, Male and Best Vocal Performance Single Record or Track, Male
- From 1962 to 1963 it was awarded as Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male
- From 1964 to 1968 it was again awarded as Best Vocal Performance, Male
Allthough in the "pop" field the award did not specify pop music performances and, in some years, ran alongside the award now presented as the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year.
- Grammy Awards of 1968
- Glen Campbell for "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
- Grammy Awards of 1967
- Frank Sinatra for "Strangers in the Night"
- Grammy Awards of 1966
- Frank Sinatra for "It Was a Very Good Year"
- Grammy Awards of 1965
- Louis Armstrong for "Hello, Dolly!"
- Grammy Awards of 1964
- Jack Jones for "Wives and Lovers"
- Grammy Awards of 1963
- Tony Bennett for "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"
- Grammy Awards of 1962
- Jack Jones for "Lollipops and Roses"
- Grammy Awards of 1961
- Ray Charles for "Georgia on My Mind" (Single Record or Track)
- Ray Charles for Genius of Ray Charles (Album)
- Grammy Awards of 1960
- Frank Sinatra for Come Dance With Me
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