Search
Close this search box.

Are You Lonesome Tonight

Are You Lonesome Tonight: The song ”Are You Lonesome Tonight” as recorded by Elvis in 1960 is a 2007 Grammy Hall of Fame inductee. It is the sixth Elvis recording to receive this honour. The Hall of Fame recognizes ”early recordings of lasting, qualitative or historical significance,” with many inductees being recordings that were created and released before the 1958 inception of NARAS and the Grammy Awards. Are You Lonesome Tonight as recorded by Elvis in 1960 is a 2007 Grammy Hall of Fame inductee. It is the sixth Elvis recording to receive this honour. The five others are: Hound Dog (1956 recording, inducted 1988), Heartbreak Hotel (1956 recording, inducted 1995), That’s All Right (1954 recording, inducted 1998), Suspicious Minds (1969 recording, inducted 1999) and Don’t Be Cruel (1956 recording, inducted 2002). The Recording Academy’s national trustees established the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 1973 to honour recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old. Many inductees are recordings that were created and released before the 1958 inception of NARAS and the Grammy Awards.

Source: Elvis Matters

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Recent Posts
Receive the latest news

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Stay in the loop