Grammys, updates

February 12, 2011 by Post Team 

Grammys, Grammy Awards (originally called the Gramophone Awards)-or-is a Grammy Award by the National Academy of Arts and Sciences of the United States to recognize outstanding achievements in the music industry. The annual awards ceremony to performances by renowned artists and some of the prices of more popular interest are presented at a televised ceremony widely seen. It is the equivalent of music at the Emmy Awards for television, the Tony Awards for the stage, and the Oscars for film.

The awards were established in 1958. Before the first broadcast live Grammys in 1971 American Broadcasting Company (ABC), a series of annual special taped in the 1960s called the best on record were aired on National Broadcasting Company (NBC). The first Grammy broadcast took place on the night of November 29, 1959, an episode of the NBC anthology series Sunday Showcase, which is normally dedicated to games, original dramas and variety shows. Until 1971, the awards were held in New York and Los Angeles, with winners accepting at one of the two. Pierre Cossette bought the rights to broadcast the ceremony of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences and organized the first live broadcast. CBS Broadcasting purchased the rights in 1973 after moving the ceremony to Nashville, Tennessee; the American Music Awards were created for ABC as a result.

The 53rd Grammy Awards will be held February 13, 2011 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It will be broadcast on CBS.

The Grammys are usually a means to highlight the indignant, stage-storming Kanye within us all. Unless you’re a big Phil Collins, Celine Dion or Kings of Leon fan, chances are good prices do not exactly jibe with the reality of your own choice of the best music for a given year. This, after all, is the institution, which has honored Milli Vanilli, “Do not Worry, Be Happy” and “Smooth”. But occasionally, something that qualifies as listenable glides among the nominees. And if you do not find anything super-disclosure between harvest this year (not really possible in a world where Iron Maiden and John Mayer are in place for the braces), if you took anything a Grammy for you automatically tempt to push a kebab skewer in your ear, open your mind and give a listen to these 10.

Nominated for: Best Rock Performance by a duo or group with vocals, best rock song, Producer of the Year

It is not because they did “SNL” and “Letterman” and they are appointed to all kinds of prices does not mean you still cannot love the Black Keys. Go ahead and give the whistle “from Stark’s opening at its end, wrung fuzz,” tightening “is Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney to do what they do best – providing funky, bluesy melodies fused to cut -to-hunting-grunts of lust as “sick for days, so many ways, I feel bad now.” The most urgent sxy song of the year.

The Black Keys: “tightening”

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