The GRAMMYs

The first performances for "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles" have been announced. Scheduled to perform are four-time GRAMMY winner Annie Lennox and GRAMMY winner Dave Stewart reuniting as Eurythmics for one night only; Alicia Keys with John Legend, Maroon 5, John Mayer, and Keith Urban. 
The show will air Feb. 9 at 8pm — exactly 50 years to the day, date, and time of their groundbreaking first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

The first performances for "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles" have been announced. Scheduled to perform are four-time GRAMMY winner Annie Lennox and GRAMMY winner Dave Stewart reuniting as Eurythmics for one night only; Alicia Keys with John Legend, Maroon 5, John Mayer, and Keith Urban.

The show will air Feb. 9 at 8pm — exactly 50 years to the day, date, and time of their groundbreaking first appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

FLASHBACK: Alicia Keys at the 44th Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2002 winning Best New Artist, Song Of The Year [Fallin’], Best Female R&B Vocal Performance [Fallin’], Best R&B Song [Fallin’], and Best R&B Album [Songs In A Minor]

FLASHBACK: Alicia Keys at the 44th Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2002 winning Best New Artist, Song Of The Year [Fallin’], Best Female R&B Vocal Performance [Fallin’], Best R&B Song [Fallin’], and Best R&B Album [Songs In A Minor]

Katy Perry says her new single with Snoop Dogg, “California Gurls,” is a West Coast answer song to Alicia Keys and Jay-Z's “Empire State Of Mind.” (The song debuted this week at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.) Perhaps a new West Coast/East Coast battle is brewing. But could Katy's spelling also be a nod to Big Star? “September Gurls” was one of the better-known songs by the band, led by recently passed cult figure Alex Chilton. What do you think: Is Katy a Big Star fan, or did she just misspell “Grrrls”?
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Katy Perry says her new single with Snoop Dogg, “California Gurls,” is a West Coast answer song to Alicia Keys and Jay-Z's “Empire State Of Mind.” (The song debuted this week at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.) Perhaps a new West Coast/East Coast battle is brewing. But could Katy's spelling also be a nod to Big Star? “September Gurls” was one of the better-known songs by the band, led by recently passed cult figure Alex Chilton. What do you think: Is Katy a Big Star fan, or did she just misspell “Grrrls”?

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Nominations for the 10th edition of the BET Awards were announced today with GRAMMY-winning artist Jay-Z in the lead with five nominations. Following Jay-Z with four nominations each are GRAMMY winners Beyoncé and Alicia Keys, and GRAMMY-nominated artists Melanie Fiona and Trey Songz.

Separately: GRAMMY-winning songwriter/producer RedOne picked up his first Songwriter of the Year award at the 58th annual BMI Pop Music Awards.