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Grammy Awards: Eric Clapton Unplugged

In 1992, Eric Clapton won six Grammy Awards. Three of them were for his blockbuster live CD, Eric Clapton Unplugged, recorded at the filming of his episode of the hit MTV Show, Unplugged.

Eric Clapton's Grammy Awards for Eric Clapton Unplugged were:

Album Of The Year - Awarded to Eric Clapton and Russ Titelman, producer

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance - Awarded to Eric Clapton (In some years, the Recording Academy lists a specific song by an artist in this category. In other years, they list an album title)

Best Rock Song for "Layla" - Awarded to Eric Clapton and Jim Gordon, composers

Additionally, he took home awards for:

Record Of The Year for "Tears In Heaven" (from the Rush film soundtrack) - Awarded to Eric Clapton and Russ Titelman, producer

Song Of The Year for "Tears In Heaven" - Awarded to Eric Clapton and Will Jennings, composers

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Tears In Heaven" - Awarded to Eric Clapton