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Thursday, Dec 02, 2010 - Check 1, Check 2 | Music & nightlife

San Diego artists nominated for Grammys

Switchfoot, Adam Lambert and Dave Mustaine are among the Grammy nominees

By Peter Holslin
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American Idol finalist Adam Lambert, Christian rock band Switchfoot, Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine and sing are among the San Diego artists (and former San Diego artists) nominated for the 2011 Grammy Awards. Ramon Amezuca and Pepe Mogt of Nortec Collective, who perform under the name Bostich Fussible, were also nominated for an award. (Check out the full list of nominees here.) Click past the jump to see a list of all the San Diego nominees.



Adam Lambert - Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Whataya Want From Me"

Switchfoot - Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album for Hello Hurricane

Dave Mustaine - Best Metal Album for Simple Death


Jewel -
Best Female Country Performance

James Moody - Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Moody 4B

Geoffrey Keezer - Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for arrangement of “Don’t Explain" from Denise Donatelli's When Lights Are Low

Julieta Venegas - Best Latin Pop Album for Otra Cosa

Bostich Fussible - Bulevar 2000


 
 
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