The Rolling Stones Win Grammy For Blue & Lonesome!

Last night in New York City, The Rolling Stones were awarded a Grammy for ‘Best Traditional Blues Album’, for Blue & Lonesome, at the 60th Grammy Awards in Madison Square Garden!

The Stones truly returned to their roots on this album, if you haven’t got a copy in your collection yet then click here to grab one!

“All of these songs have antecedents. We’re paying our respects, but we’re taking the blues forward and hopefully introducing them to a whole new generation of fans.” Mick Jagger

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How to Watch or Stream the 2018 Grammy Awards

The 2018 Grammy Awards are upon us! Music’s biggest night, complete with the best celebrity guests and musical performances, will air this Sunday, January 28. This year the show takes place at New York City’s historical Madison Square Garden and will be hosted by James Corden. Let’s take a look at how you can watch the show on television or via a streaming app.

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Adele has won 15 Grammy Awards since her debut album.

You can watch the show live, coast-to-coast on CBS at 7:30PM EST or at 4:30PM PST. The show will air simultaneously, so no need to worry about getting spoiled about winners on Twitter.

If have you CBS but won’t be home, you can sign into the CBS All Access app with your cable provider info and watch the show on your phone. If you don’t have cable, you can sign up for a CBS All Access subscription and watch the show on your phone or any streaming device that carries the app.

If you’re not in the US and want to watch the Red Carpet arrivals, you can do so via Facebook Live. The social media platform will be streaming live via CBS’s Facebook Page beginning at 3PM EST/12PM PST. The steam will also be available at Grammy.com.

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Music companies plan parties for Grammy week

The music world is about to descend on Gotham for The 60th annual Grammy Awards, but not everybody is in the party spirit. Industry hands are pooh-poohing the location of the event — Madison Square Garden — along with the frigid temperatures and the sprawl of New York City, as opposed to fire-ravaged, mudslide suffering…
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Selena Gomez Rocked An Anti-Trump Outfit To Grammy After-Party

Selena Gomez kept relatively quiet when it came to the 2016 presidential election, but she made her political stance pretty clear when she rocked a jean jacket that read “God Bless Nasty Women” on the back. 

Gomez, who didn’t show up to the Grammy ceremony itself, wore the feminist outfit to a Grammy after-party she attended with her beau The Weeknd

When Rihanna hosts an after-party, an edgy fashion choice like this is perfectly at home. Way to kick the patriarchy in the butt, Selena!

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Mom-to-Be Beyoncé Will Perform at the 2017 Grammy Awards

The good news just keeps on coming, thanks to Queen Bey.

Beyoncé will perform at the 2017 Grammy Awards just over a week after announcing her second pregnancy, Entertainment Tonight reports.

Her father, Mathew Knowles, also confirmed the performance to The Insider while discussing his daughter’s pregnancy. Noting their phone call about the baby news, Knowles said, “She sounded a little tired ’cause she’s been working on the Grammy performance.”

The singer is nominated for an impressive nine awards at the annual ceremony, including album of the year for Lemonade, and record and song of the year for “Formation.”

Beyoncé, 35, most recently performed at the CMA Awards last fall, singing Lemonade‘s “Daddy Lessons.” She’s taken the Grammy stage several times before, including in 2004, 2007 and 2008, 2010, 2014 and in 2015, when she sang “Take My Hand, Precious Lord.”

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The star will definitely be sporting her newly debuted baby bump onstage. On Feb. 1, Beyoncé announced through social media that she and husband Jay Z would be adding twins to their brood, writing, “We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over.”

“We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes,” she said.

During her first pregnancy with Blue Ivy, Beyoncé waited until she took the stage to break her baby news. She famously unveiled her growing belly at the end of her performance of “Love on Top” at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.


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