Two words.  Norah Jones.  The 23-year-old jazz/pop newcomer ruled the GRAMMY Awards roost at last night's ceremonies in New York City's Madison Square Garden.  Her debut album, Come Away With Me, came away with a total 8 GRAMMY Awards to its credit (Album of the Year, Best New Artist, Pop Vocal Album, Female Pop Vocal Performance, Record of the Year, Song of the Year for "Don't Know Why", Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical).  Daughter of Indian music star Ravi Shankar, Norah joins Lauryn Hill and Alicia Keys as the most honored female artist on a single GRAMMY night.

In the Gospel field, six categories were recognized.  Following is a listing of those winners.  For a complete list of GRAMMY winners, please visit www.grammy.com.

BEST ROCK GOSPEL ALBUM
Come Together
Third Day
[Essential Records]





BEST POP/CONTEMPORARY GOSPEL ALBUM

The Eleventh Hour
Jars Of Clay
[Essential Records]





BEST SOUTHERN, COUNTRY, OR BLUEGRASS GOSPEL ALBUM
We Called Him Mr. Gospel Music: The James Blackwood Tribute Album
The Jordanaires, Larry Ford And The Light Crust Doughboys
[Art Greenhaw Records]


BEST TRADITIONAL SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM
Higher Ground
The Blind Boys Of Alabama
[Real World]





BEST CONTEMPORARY SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM

Sidebars
Eartha
[AFRT Music]





BEST GOSPEL CHOIR OR CHORUS ALBUM
Be Glad
Carol Cymbala, choir director; The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
[M2.0 Communications]