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By Jonathan Landrum Jr., Associated Press
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Several Grammy Awards performers such as Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and Jon Batiste have a chance to carve their names in the show’s history books Sunday. Through her song “Happier Than Ever,” Eilish could become the…
The 2022 Grammy Awards will shift to an April show in Las Vegas after recently postponing the ceremony due to growing concerns with the rise of the omicron variant.
The Recording Academy said Wednesday it made the decision to postpone the ceremony "after careful consideration and analysis with city and state officials, health and safety experts, the artist community and our many partners."…
By Associated Press
Brandi Carlile received five Grammy nominations this year, including record and song of the year. The star of American roots and country music is expected to win big at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. But not so long ago, things…
By Jeffrey Brown, Alison Thoet, Anne Azzi Davenport
The Grammy Awards will adopt an inclusion rider that will require producers to recruit and hire more diverse candidates backstage and in front of the camera for next year’s ceremony.
By Mesfin Fekadu, Associated Press
The Recording Academy has updated its rules for the album of the year Grammy, giving more producers and songwriters a better chance at winning the top award.
The major change comes months after The Weeknd blasted the Grammys and called them "corrupt" after he earned zero nominations for the 2021 show despite having the year's biggest single with "Blinding Lights."…
By Mark Kennedy, Associated Press
Corea is the artist with the most jazz Grammys in the show's 63-year history, and he has a chance to posthumously win at the March 14 show.
Los Angeles County, the epicenter of the crisis in California, has surpassed 11,000 COVID-19 deaths and has had 40 percent of the deaths in California. Beyoncé is leading contender at this year's ceremony with nine nominations.
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