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  • Nagrada Gremi za najbolje hard rok izvođenje sr
  • Grammy Award voor Best Hard Rock Performance nl
  • Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance nl
  • Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance with Vocal nl
  • Grammy-díj - Legjobb hard rock teljesítmény kategóriában hu
  • Grammy za “Best Hard Rock” izvedbo sl
  • Giải Grammy cho Trình diễn hard rock xuất sắc nhất vi
  • Нагорода Ґреммі "Найкраще хард рок виконання" uk
  • Grammy balva kategorijā „Labākais hārdroka izpildījums” lv
  • Nagroda Grammy: Najlepsze wykonanie - hard rock pl
  • The Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance was an award presented to recording artists at the Grammy Awards until 2011. The Academy recognized hard rock music artists for the first time at the 31st Grammy Awards. The category was originally presented as Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental, combining two of the most popular music genres of the 1980s. Jethro Tull won that award for the album Crest of a Knave, beating Metallica, who were expected to win with the album ...And Justice for All. This choice led to widespread criticism of the Academy, as journalists suggested that the music of Jethro Tull did not belong in the hard rock or heavy metal genres. In response, the Academy created the categories Best Hard Rock Performance and Best Metal Performance, separating the genres. The band Living Colour was presented the first award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 1990. From 1992 to 1994 the award was presented as the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance with Vocal. As of 2011, the bands Foo Fighters, Living Colour, and The Smashing Pumpkins share the record for the most wins, with two each.

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