The first wave of GRAMMY performers have been announced, with Nate Ruess and P!nk performing “Just Give Me a Reason” for the first time on national television.
Daft Punk will bring their ur-disco funk to the GRAMMY stage in 2014 with their first live performance in over two years, and their first show supporting their GRAMMY-nominated album ‘Random Access Memories.’
When she’s not belting songs with GRAMMY-winning group Little Big Town, Kimberly Schlapman is busting moves in the kitchen on her show ‘Simply Southern.’ We explore for the latest GRAMMY Gourmet.
If Sara Bareilles ends up winning the Best Pop Solo Performance GRAMMY for “Brave,” she owes Sara Quin an Edible Arrangement or at least a thank you card.
Newly announced performers include: Sara Bareilles, P!nk, will.i.am, Miguel, Alicia Keys, Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles, Train, Martina McBride, Jakob Dylan, Darlene Love, Amy Grant, Gloria Estefan, and many more.
One thing is clear: Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” was the most talked about song of the summer and now it’s up for 4 GRAMMYs including Record of the Year. Thicks says it’s all due to Pharrell and a rather racy video.
“The idea for me to perform in the Victoria’s Secret fashion show actually came from one of my friends, Lily [Aldridge], who is one of the Angels,” she said.
It was a wild scene backstage at the Grammy nominations concert, from Miguel shouting out country music to Arsenio Hall’s turning the tables and ranting about Kanye West.
The nominees for the 2014 GRAMMYs are in and Jay Z tops the list with nine nominations — though you wouldn’t know it from watching the nominations concert.
Jay Z led the nominations with nine nods, followed closely by Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with seven noms each.
“SEC football is just a whole different lifestyle. It’s a tradition.”
Lorde is the latest addition to this weekend’s star-studded GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night.
The GRAMMY Hall of Fame was established in 1973 to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old. According to GRAMMY.org, inductees are selected by a “special member committee of eminent and knowledgeable professionals from all branches of the recording arts.”
Moore performs songs from his recent release “Off the Beaten Path,” while Eldredge fires up “Don’t Ya” and others from his debut “Bring You Back.” Watch the sessions free on demand.
The 49th annual ACM Awards will air live from Las Vegas on April 6, 2014. The program will be broadcast on CBS, and once again Bryan and Shelton will cohost the evening.