The Latin Grammy Awards Nominations were announced today and rapper Residente lead the way with nine (including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year); Maluma picked up seven and Shakira got six.
The Latin Grammy Awards will be presented live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, and broadcast on the Univision Network on November 16th (8/7C).
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CBS has given its stations (company owned and affiliates) in the Pacific and Mountain times zones the option of broadcasting the Grammy Awards live – making it possible that the awards will air live nationwide for the first time.
Should stations in these time zones choose to go live, the Grammys would air at 5pm (PT) and 6pm (MT) on Monday, February 5th. Follow the jump for more.
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Kicking-off 2013 with a No. 1 album made history for GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin as only the fourth Christian album to ever do so. Following the project’s success, sold-out tour dates, Billboard Music Awards, being named a BMI Songwriter of the Year and receiving the K-LOVE Fan Award for Male Vocalist of the Year, Tomlin unveiled his tenth studio recording, Love Ran Red, inOctober. Tomlin is hitting the road in support of the new album and will be performing live at the Patriot Center on March 21.
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It’s time for the annual right of passage called Michelle is getting old and turning into her mother, AKA Grammy Awards night. Generally speaking I hate all award shows, but my Tivo makes them bearable. Let’s start with my old fogginess; I have no idea who half the people nominated and performing tonight are – so I will get the names of these songs wrong. Let me say I don’t like Taylor Swift – well don’t like is a strong word, I think she’s incredibly over exposed and I find her music to be bland and boring. Which probably explains why Sony thought it’d be a good idea to have her perform at their CES Press Conference.
The show opens with a performance by Lady GaGa, she puts on a spectacle but has absolutely no stage presence. Her performance is saved by an appearance by the Great One, Sir Elton John. Even after all of these years, he’s still cool. I don’t know what the name of this song is because I don’t like Lady GaGa – they did work in a nifty rift/mashup of Elton’s “Your Song,” and a Lady GaGa tune. Grade – Lady GaGa gets a F, but Elton and Lady GaGa Gets a Solid A
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