Arcade Fire Grammy Performance

February 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Arcade Fire Grammy Performance, The Arcade Fire gave a strong but not too flashy performance that was a mouthpiece for an evening full of great numbers. But as it turned out, the song was a precursor for a time even greater. Minutes after the group’s performance of the arena-ready “Month of May,” Kris Kristofferson and Barbra Streisand appeared onstage to announce final award and most prestigious of the night: Album of the year.
The indie darlings not only performed twice during the ceremony, they walked away with album of the year for their card topper sweeping the suburbs. “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star Jason Segel introduced from Montreal, who were making their first appearance at the Grammy Awards. They chased the things with their raucous, rolling “Month of May.”

The group of eight members, led by singer Win Butler, welcomed a gaggle of riders BMX – some sports POV cameras to capture the show for the fans – the Grammy stage, which was then turned into something something of a skate rock and roll park. (UKPA) – British stars Muse, The Roux and Jeff Beck won the Grammy award – where Lady Gaga from a giant egg.

Muse won the gong for rock album of resistance, while London duo The Roux won the best album electronic / dance for their first album.

British guitarist Jeff Beck won two awards – best pop instrumental performance and rock instrumental performance.

Lady Gaga has stolen the limelight from the eccentric fashion in general by being worn on the red carpet and on stage in an egg. His awards included best female pop vocal performance for Bad Romance and pop vocal album The Fame Monster.

In another colorful show, Gwyneth Paltrow made You Forget with Cee Lo Green and The Muppets.

Katy Perry undermined rumors of difficulties in her marriage by performing in front of pictures of the wedding ceremony in India. Her husband, Russell Brand, Not saw her interpretation as in films like the American singer was raised in the air on a favorite seat.

British stars Florence Welch has helped open the ceremony with Christina Aguilera and Jennifer Hudson, in a tribute to Aretha Franklin. She lost the award for best new artist American jazz artist Esperanza Spalding.

Album of the Year went to Canadian band Arcade Fire to the suburbs, while Record of the Year was won by country music trio Lady Antebellum you need. Eminem was nominated for 10 awards, but won only two – both in rap categories, for best album for the recovery and not afraid to solo performance.

Other recipients included the British Sir Paul McCartney – who won a trophy for Solo Rock Vocal Performance for “Helter Skelter. The Beatles was named best historical album for The Beatles (the original studio recordings), while Julie Andrews has won the Spoken Word Album for Children for her collection of poems, songs and lullabies.

Sade won an R & B performance gong for Soldier Of Love. Iron Maiden won Best Metal Performance El Dorado.

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What a performance! The Montreal band Arcade Fire performed at the Grammys last night for the first time – the execution in May of their album The Suburbs.

The suburb is the third studio album, and was nominated for album of the year – and won! The suburb has sold 400,000 copies and reached number one in the United States and Canada. They are signed to Merge Records, one album Year of the candidate not signed to a major label.

The group has one of the largest collections of rock instrument. They have used many of them during their Grammy performance, megaphones for violins. Stunt Bike thieves around the band on stage wearing helmet cameras. It was pretty cool to see, and you can see below.

Although Arcade Fire first Grammy performance, the group was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album in 2005 and 2008. This year, their third studio album, The Suburbs, was reappointed for the award, as well as album of the year – which won! The group has already been nominated for Best Alternative Music Album in 2005 and 2008, but did not win. Husband and wife Win head Montreal, Canada, the group

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