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Press release from NBC, Nov. 29, 2016: World renown dancer and two-time Emmy Award winner Derek Hough, who is set to co-star in the Dec. 7 production of “Hairspray Live!,” and NE-YO, an incredibly accomplished dancer, Grammy Award-winning singer, composer,...
Discussions are underway to move the Grammy Awards to New York from Los Angeles for the 60th anniversary in 2017, but there are several details still to be agreed upon before it's a done deal.
After over a decade away from New York City, music's premier award show appears set for a change of tune.
New York City may be getting the Grammy Awards back in 2018, but the local music industry lost a $50 million tax-credit bill designed to keep music interests from leaving the state. Gov. Andrew... To view the full story, click the title link.
The ceremony hasn’t been held in New York City in more than a decade.
The Grammy Awards are eyeing a return to New York City in 2018, according to a report from the New York Times on Tuesday morning. This would be the first time the Big Apple hosted the awards show since 2003. The decision to hold theShow More Summary
After spending 2016 primarily making Thomas Jefferson seem cool-as-shit, cranking out “Afrofuturist, dystopian concept albums” like Spelndor & Misery and bonus EPs like Wriggle, and even jamming with Conan O’brien, you could probably forgive L.A.-based experimental rap collective clipping. Show More Summary
In this clip from #InnovateYourCool programming at the 2016 #ArtOfCool Festival in Durham, NC, Grammy Award winning musician Terence Blanchard sat down with Duke University's Mark Anthony Neal to discuss the inspiration for his politically driven album Breathless, including the decision to record it as an electric project.
Warning: music you love from Lady Gaga, Frank Ocean, The Weeknd, and Bruno Mars won't be up for Grammys this award season.
The recipient of 16 Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards, and three Academy Award nominations, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sting may well add to his tally soon. Teaming with Oscar-nominated composer J. Ralph, Sting set to work on...Show More Summary
CBS and the Recording Academy delivered a Grammy Awards shakeup Wednesday morning, announcing that James Corden will host the 2017 ceremony. The move leaves LL Cool J, who hosted the last five Grammy Awards, out in the cold. How is this possible? Has Corden really become cooler than a man who literally...
Masters of the novelty viral video OK Go are back with yet another visual to show people why they’ll be adding a Smithsonian Ingenuity Award to the Grammy on their mantle next month. Their latest video is for the song “The One Moment” from their most recent album Hungry Ghosts. Just like their recent viral […]
James Corden will bring a new energy and versatility to the Grammy Awards following a strong five-year hosting stint by LL Cool J.
Late-night host and "Carpool Karaoke" commuter James Corden will be behind the wheel at the Grammy Awards telecast in February, the AP reports. It will be the first turn for Corden presiding over the Grammycast, which for the past five years has had LL Cool J as host. It airs...
A familiar face on the late-night talk circuit will be the host of the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. Variety reports that James Corden, host of CBS’s “The Late Late Show,” has landed the gig. CBS broadcasts the annual ceremony, with...
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards will be hosted by someone other than LL Cool J.
CBS has announced its host for the 59th Grammy Awards, and for the first time in five years it’s not LL Cool J. Instead, James Corden, “The Late, Late Show” host and star of the wildly successful “Carpool Karaoke” videos, will lead music’s biggest award ceremony when it airs on Feb. 12, 2017. The...
In case you haven’t heard, Hamilton: An American Musical is kind of a big deal. And not just because the show has won Tonys, Grammys, Pullizters, and every other theater award you can imagine. Hamilton is so popular that it’s almost impossible to get regular price tickets from the box office, and resale prices hover […]
James Corden, the award-winning host of The Late Late Show will host the 59th Annual Grammy Awards®. Corden, who run on CBS’ The Late Late Show has generated such popular bits as Carpool Karaoke, will host for the first time. The 59th...Show More Summary