Grammy Awards Fast Facts

(CNN)Here is a look at the Grammy Awards.

February 10, 2019 - The 61st Annual Grammy Awards take place at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
January 28, 2018 - The 60th Annual Grammy Awards take place at Madison Square Garden in New York. This is the first time New York has hosted the Grammy Awards in 15 years.
2019 Grammy Awards - Winners (Selected):
Album of the Year:
"Golden Hour" (Kacey Musgraves)
    Song of the Year:
    "This Is America" (Childish Gambino)
    Record of the Year:
    "This is America" (Childish Gambino)
    Best New Artist:
    Dua Lipa
    2018 Grammy Awards - Winners (Selected):
    Album of the Year:
    "24K Magic" (Bruno Mars)
    Song of the Year:
    "That's What I Like" (Bruno Mars)
    Record of the Year:
    "24K Magic" (Bruno Mars)
    Best New Artist:
    Alessia Cara
    Timeline:
    1957 - The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, also known as The Recording Academy, is founded in Los Angeles.
    May 4, 1959 - The first Grammy Awards is held. Winners included Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Perry Como.
    1963 - Bing Crosby receives the first Lifetime Achievement Award.
    1967 - Georg Solti & John Culshaw receive the first Trustees Award.
    1971 - Andy Williams hosts the first live Grammy Awards telecast at the Hollywood Palladium.
    1973 - The Grammy Hall of Fame is established.
    1974 - The Latin category is added.
    1982 - The first Grammy for a music video is presented.
    1984 - The Reggae category category is added.
    1987 - The New Age category category is added.
    1989 - The Grammy Foundation is established.
    1988 - The Rap category is added.
    1990 - The Alternative category is added.
    1993 - The Recording Academy opens its new national headquarters in Santa Monica, California.
    1994 - The Technical Award is established.
    1997 - The Latin Recording Academy is established.
    1998 - The Dance category is added.
      September 13, 2000 - The first Latin Grammy Awards are presented.
      December 2008 - The Grammy Museum opens in Los Angeles, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Grammy Awards.