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The Grammys is an awards show that honors the achievements of the members of the professional music recording industry through a voting system. The members of the Recording Academy vote on who they think is most deserving of an award in 108 categories as specified by the academy. Each year the awards are presented during a live telecast that was begun in 1971 by ABC, but has si more
...nce been televised by CBS after they bought it in 1973. They were initially known as the Gramophone Awards this is because the trophy itself is a golden gramophone but later they became the Grammys.
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Bts Goes Into the Woods With James Corden for 'Black Swan' Live TV Debut (Watch)

BTS took James Corden back into the woods for the live television premiere of the group’s new “Black Swan,” unfolding on a deep-forest set two nights after their Grammys... more Comments

Ken Ehrlich on How Grammys Handled Academy Scandal and Kobe's Death - and Hugging It Out With Ariana Grande

Sudden death, scandal, disenfranchised divas, a moved-up airdate… It’s safe to say that Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich faced a few more difficulties than usual in mounting what his final edition of the telecast he’s been at the helm of for 40 years. Some of these he had a year to try to solve. But then his production team only had about six hours before airtime Sunday to figure out how to handle the death of bas... more Comments

Grammys 2020: Billie Eilish, Tyler, the Creator Win Big as Stars Praise Kobe Bryant

It was a big night for Billie Eilish at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. The Interscope/Dark Room artist took home five awards, including the top four categories of song of the year, album of the year, record of the year and best new artist, in addition to best pop solo album. Her brother Finneas O’Connell was named producer of the year and also took home best engineered album, non-classical. “We didn’t make this album to win a Grammy,” said O’Connell. Rather, t... more Comments

'The Grammy Awards 2020': TV Review

“It’s been a hell of a week,” said Alicia Keys, moments into her hosting gig on Sunday night’s Grammys telecast. “Damn! It’s a really serious one — real talk.” No kidding. Was this the first 99.9% joke-free Grammys, in the 62-year history of the telecast? Not that anyone should be complaining about that, exactly … not after the recent Golden Globes show, where yo... more Comments

Tanya Tucker Wins First Grammys, 47 Years After First Nomination

Country music legend Tanya Tucker picked up her first two wins at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The 61-year-old singer won for best country song for “Bring My Flowers Now” and best country album for “While I’m Livin’.” “After 50 years in this business, I have a few firsts left,” said Tucker in a speech. “I can’t believe it.” Tucker took the first win ... more Comments

Demi Lovato Debuts Powerful Ballad 'Anyone' at Grammys - Watch Video

Demi Lovato made an emotional appearance at the Grammys on Sunday, performing a song that was written and recorded just days before she was hospitalized for a drug overdose. Following an introduction from Greta Gerwig, Lovato appeared beneath a spotlight in a long white dress. Overcome with emotion, it took two attempts, but Lovato eventually powered through and introduced the world to an emotional — and deeply personal... more Comments

'I Sing the Body Electric': How a 'Fame' Monster Was Reimagined for the Grammys Finale

Longtime Grammy telecast producer Ken Ehrlich has delivered his Grammy swan song (figuratively and literally), and it couldn’t have happened without … Walt Whitman. To usher out his 40-year era as the guiding light behind some of TV’s greatest musical moments, Ehrlich chose the song “I Sing the Body Electric” from the 1980 movie musical “Fame” and assembled quite the formidable choir to perform it at the January 26 ceremony: Camila Cabello, Cynd... more Comments

Christopher Cross' 1981 Grammy Sweep Was the Best That He Would Do

In the history of the Academy Awards, only three films have won the Hollywood equivalent of the royal flush — collecting statues for best picture, director, actor, actress and screenplay — and it’s safe to say all have held up fairly well: “It Happened One Night,” “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “The Silence of the Lambs.” But where ... more Comments

The Race Is On: Sizing Up the Grammys' Best New Artist Nominees

The race is on for the Grammys’ best new artist with Lizzo and Billie Eilish positioned as frontrunners in an exceptionally exciting 2020 category. Survey the odds for all eight of the year’s contenders below. Black Pumas Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada have been a duo only since 2017, but they sound as if they’ve been making music together for decades. Their debut album, “B... more Comments

What's a Grammy Moment Worth? Brandi Carlile, John Legend, Label Execs Weigh In

In simpler times, an artist could see album sales spike to over 500,000 in the days after a Grammy Awards broadcast appearance. That was Santana’s experience in 2000. Following a performance on the show and eight Grammy wins, “Supernatural” flew off the shelves — a gold certification from one key look. Today, that seems downright otherworldly, but that’s not to say there aren’t immediate revenue gains — albeit more modest — from Grammy exposu... more Comments