Here are the Grammy winners. With five wins, Norah Jones dominates the ceremony

By Gary Susman
Updated February 24, 2003 at 05:00 AM EST
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Grammy has a Jones for Norah. The rookie chanteuse won the top three prizes at the 45th annual Grammy awards — album of the year (for ”Come Away With Me”), record of the year (for her single ”Don’t Know Why”), and song of the year (for Jesse Harris, the songwriter behind ”Don’t Know Why”) — as well as best new artist. Norah Jones took home five trophies in all, eight counting Harris’ songwriting award and the two awards that went to ”Come Away”’s engineers and producer.

Other big winners were Bruce Springsteen and the Dixie Chicks, who took home three trophies apiece. (The Chicks’ album ”Home” also won an award for the art design of its packaging.) Among other artists nominated for four or more Grammys, Eminem won two; Ashanti, Sheryl Crow, Nelly, Alan Jackson, and Raphael Saadiq won one; and Avril Lavigne, Chad Kroeger, and Remy Shand were shut out.

The awards were presented live on CBS at a ceremony held at New York’s Madison Square Garden. A list of winners in major categories is below.

Album of the Year
”Come Away With Me,” Norah Jones

Record of the Year
”Don’t Know Why,” Norah Jones

Song of the Year
”Don’t Know Why,” Jesse Harris (Norah Jones)

New Artist
Norah Jones

Female Pop Vocal Performance
”Don’t Know Why,” Norah Jones

Male Pop Vocal Performance
”Your Body Is a Wonderland,” John Mayer

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
”Hey Baby,” No Doubt

Pop Vocal Album
”Come Away With Me,” Norah Jones

Female Rock Vocal Performance
‘”Steve McQueen,” Sheryl Crow

Male Rock Vocal Performance
”The Rising,” Bruce Springsteen

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
”In My Place,” Coldplay

Rock Song
”The Rising,” Bruce Springsteen

Rock Album
”The Rising,” Bruce Springsteen

Alternative Music Album
”A Rush of Blood to the Head,” Coldplay

Female R&B Vocal Performance
”He Think I Don’t Know,” Mary J. Blige

Male R&B Vocal Performance
”U Don’t Have to Call,” Usher

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
”Love’s in Need of Love Today,” Steve Wonder and Take Six

R&B Song
”Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip Hop),” Erykah Badu featuring Common

R&B Album
”Voyage to India,” India.Arie

Rap Female Solo Performance
”Scream a.k.a. Itchin’,” Missy Elliott

Rap Male Solo Performance
”Hot in Herre,” Nelly

Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
”The Whole World,” OutKast featuring Killer Mike

Rap Album
”The Eminem Show,” Eminem

Female Country Vocal Performance
”Cry,” Faith Hill

Male Country Vocal Performance
”Give My Love to Rose, ”Johnny Cash

Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
”Long Time Gone,” Dixie Chicks

Country Song
”Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning),” Alan Jackson

Country Album
”Home,” Dixie Chicks

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media
”Standing in the Shadows of Motown”

Best Short Form Music Video
”Without Me,” Eminem