Grammy Trivia Facts
Adele is one of two artists to win a Grammy award in all four general categories. Pictured: Adele poses with her awards for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Feb. 12, 2012. Getty Images

The biggest night in music is almost here, where artists in each genre are awarded for their efforts over the past year. The 58th annual Grammy Awards airs live Monday, Feb. 15, on CBS at 8 p.m. EST. Before this year's gold-plated trophies are handed out, check out 11 trivia facts about the Grammys ahead of the 2016 show:

  • LeAnn Rimes is the youngest person to ever win a Grammy; she took home Best New Artist in 1997 at the age of 14. The oldest person to win is Pinetop Perkins, who won Best Traditional Blues Album in 2011 at the age of 97.
  • The first Grammy Awards took place in 1959 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The first Record of the Year was given to "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)" by Domenico Modugno, and Album of the Year went to "The Music from Peter Gunn" by Henry Mancini. The ceremony used to be known as the Gramophone awards.
  • When rap was introduced as a category in 1989, all the artists up for nominations boycotted the ceremony because the portion wasn't televised. Last year's ceremony was the first time since 1990 that no rap category winners were shown on the broadcast.
  • The most honored albums in Grammy history are U2's "How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb" in 2005 and Santana's "Supernatural" in 2000. Both albums took in a record nine awards.
  • Only two artists have ever won Grammys in all four general categories, which includes Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Singer Christopher Cross took home all four in 1981. Adele won Best New Artist in 2009, and in 2012 she won Album, Record and Song of the Year.
  • Who has the most Grammy Awards? Classical music conductor Sir George Solti received 31 in his career. His last win came in 1998 for Best Opera Recording for "Wagner: Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg." Artist and producer Quincy Jones and Alison Krauss are tied for the second most with 27. Krauss is the female artist with the most wins.
  • What city has held the most Grammy Award ceremonies? Los Angeles has had 42 Grammy Awards take place in the city. New York is in second place with 20, while Chicago is in third with eight.
  • Who won the most Grammys in one night? Michael Jackson and Santana are both tied with eight. Jackson won his set in 1984, while Santana took home his in 2000.
  • Who votes for the artists? Thousands of musicians and music industry professionals, as part of a group called the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, are the ones who vote on the awards each year.
  • This year's ceremony, the 58th annual Grammy Awards, will be on a Monday night for the first time in its history. Normally the show airs on a Sunday night, but it was shifted this year due to the fact that it falls on a holiday weekend. Previously, the Grammys have also aired on a Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday night.
  • The Grammys first aired on TV in 1971 on ABC. To this day, it remains the highest-rated telecast of the awards show, with a 31.3 rating and a 47 percentage share. The 1984 ceremony is in second with a 30.8 rating.