The pop-star sensation told 60 Minutes that she’s aware the more successful she becomes, the more of a critical target she is, too.
With days to go before the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, there’s plenty of speculation about what the big night will bring. In preparation for this Sunday’s show, CBSNewYork spoke to a local music expert for his picks for who can win big.
The incredibly quirky diva won three GRAMMYs on Sunday, Feb. 13.
The soulful beauty that hails from right here in New York City, continues to prove that she has nearly limitless talent to offer to the music industry.
(CBS Music Staff) – All-American Toby Keith has landed a nomination at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards for Best Male Country Vocal Performance. Could this be the first time in his eighteen-year career for a […]
(CBS Music Staff) – The year 2011 sees former winner Gretchen Wilson continuing her Grammy history with a nomination for the album track “I’d Love To Be Your Last” in the category of Best Female […]
(CBS Music Staff) – She may only have six years in the spotlight behind her, but Carrie Underwood is an old hand at the Grammys. Her latest nomination is for “Temporary Home” in the Best […]
(CBS Music Staff) – In what may be the pinnacle of a relatively short career so far, Florence + the Machine has been nominated for Best New Artist at the upcoming 53rd Annual Grammy Awards. […]
(Matt Sheret) – Jay-Z is likely to be one of the big winners at this year’s Grammy Awards. Eminem is the only other performer in the field with the kind of reach that rap’s premier […]
Any band that has more Grammy Award nominations than albums has to be doing something right, and that’s exactly where English folk stars Mumford & Sons find themselves. Their debut (and only) album, Sigh No […]
By CBS Music Staff Country icon Willie Nelson could get his 10th Grammy win this year, with a Best Americana Album nomination for latest album Country Music. With over eighty studio albums since 1962, Nelson’s […]
(CBS Music Staff) – As we prepare for the Grammys, we are looking back at unforgettable moments from award shows past. While Kanye West might have made a more famous faux paus at the 2009 […]
Dance might not be well represented at the Grammys, but the category is usually filled with heavy hitters. Last year’s titanic Lady Gaga could face a little competition this time around. Last.fm Trends finds out who might topple the pop princess.
Announced Grammy performers for 2011 now include Cee Lo Green, Eminem, Miranda Lambert, Katy Perry and the band Arcade Fire.
Vampire Weekend has been nominated for Best Alternative Music Album at the 2011 Grammy Awards for the group’s sophomore album Contra. This is the band’s first-ever Grammy nomination, so will they have beginner’s luck?