American Idol and the GRAMMYs have a long history of crossover. Check out our playlist of GRAMMY-nominated and winning American Idol alums including Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson and Carrie Underwood!
Daft Punk performing “Stronger” with Kanye West at the 50th GRAMMY Awards in 2008
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Music’s Biggest Night, the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards, will return to Los Angeles’ Staples Center on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, and will be broadcast on CBS. The eligibility year for the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards is Oct. 1, 2012, to Sept. 30, 2013.
Over the past two decades, a curious musical insurgency has raged on the outermost fringes of the international music scene. Dubbed “post-rock,” this burgeoning movement was pioneered by ambitious bands who largely discarded vocals and traditional verse-chorus structures in favor of euphoria-inducing song cycles. Now, eccentric outliers such as Canada’s Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Scottland’s Mogwai, Iceland’s Sigur Rós, and Chicago-based Tortoise are increasingly being recognized as rock visionaries.
Read the full article ‘Explosions In The Sky, Mogwai And Sigur Rós Have Post-Rock Euphoria’
“As we knelt on the kitchen floor, I said ‘Mommy, I’mma love you till you don’t hurt no more. And when I’m older, you ain’t gotta work no more.’”
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We were there as Atlas Genius performed “Trojans” live at the 98.7 Penthouse in Hollywood
We spoke exclusively with five-time GRAMMY winner, Mariah Carey, at American Idol last week about her new single #Beautiful with fellow GRAMMY winner, Miguel.
Watch what she had to say about their collaboration below!