The nominations for the 2019 Grammy Awards unfolded live on CBS on Friday morning. Kendrick Lamar received the most nominations, with eight, followed by Drake, with seven, then Boi-1Da and Brandi Carlile with six each. Artists with five nominations included: Mike Bozzi, Cardi B, Childish Gambino, H.E.R., Lady Gaga, Maren Morris and producer Sounwave. Read on for a list of Grammy nominees in the awards' key categories. Album of the year Invasion Of Privacy — Cardi B Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Grammy Awards 2019: The top nominees in photos Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. It’s all about the music! Click ahead to see which stars and films are nominated for the 61st annual Grammy Awards. None Fullscreen Record Of The Year: "I Like It" — Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Coachella Fullscreen Record Of The Year: "The Joke" — … [Read more...] about List of 2019 Grammy Awards nominations
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NEW YORK - She sold 3 million albums in one week. But she broke the internet. She released a groundbreaking visual album — again. But she sold 10 million albums — again. Though dozens are nominated at Sunday’s Grammy Awards, it’s clear we all know the real showdown is between Beyonce and Adele. Both are nominated for the top three prizes — album, song and record of the year. Adele won all three honors with “21” and “Rolling in the Deep” in 2012, while Beyonce earned song of the year in 2010 for “Single Ladies.” (Bey has earned multiple album and record of the year nominations, though.) Putting their thinking caps on, while trying to put their personal feelings to the side, Associated Press music writers Mesfin Fekadu and Nekesa Mumbi Moody predict who will win big at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on music’s biggest night. Album of the year: “25,” Adele; “Lemonade,” Beyonce; … [Read more...] about What’s your pick for this Sunday’s Grammy Awards: Beyonce or Adele?
Grammy award-winning Tejano artist Little Joe y La Familia is coming to Corpus Christi. The band will perform for a "Birthday Bash" at Brewster Street Ice House on Oct. 12. Little Joe y La Familia won a Grammy in 1991 for Best Mexican-American Album for "Diez y Seis de Septiembre," another in 2008 for Tejano Album of the Year for "Before the Next Teardrop Falls," and a Grammy in 2011 for Best Tejano Album for "Recuerdos," according to the band's website. More: It's official — Brewster Street Ice House is coming to Southside Corpus Christi in 2019 The band, which was established in 1959 and was known as Little Joe And The Latinaires, has been nominated for a Grammy seven times. Little Joe y La Familia are known for the songs "Las Nubes" and "Prieta Linda." Ticket prices are $20 for general admission and $30 for the "VIP Experience." More: Brewster Street Ice House to host Harry Potter-themed dance party That ticket … [Read more...] about Grammy award winner Little Joe y La Familia performing at Brewster Street Ice House
Two musicians from "The Birthplace of American Music" have been nominated for 2019 Grammy awards and will be competing against each other in the same category. Folklorist and historian William Ferris has also been nominated for a Grammy. Mississippians Cedric Burnside and Charlie Musselwhite were both nominated in the category of Best Traditional Blues Album, according to Friday's release of the nominees of the 61st Grammy Awards. Hill Country bluesman Burnside, who lives near Holly Springs, was nominated for his 2018 album, "Benton County Relic." Burnside, 39, is the grandson of the late Mississippi singer/songwriter/guitarist R.L. Burnside. Cedric Burnside, a drummer and guitarist, was also nominated for a Grammy in 2015 for Best Blues Album for the Cedric Burnside Project’s "Descendants of Hill Country." More: Nobody told Mississippi blues guitarist R.L. Boyce he was nominated for Grammy More: These are Mississippi’s Top 10 Blues Trail … [Read more...] about These 3 Mississippi artists have been nominated for 2019 Grammy awards
A Door County-based musician is part of a band that was nominated for a Grammy Award. Nick Dumas is the mandolin player for Special Consensus, whose album "Rivers and Roads" is in the running for Best Bluegrass Album of 2018. The album, produced by Alison Brown, also was named Album of the Year at the International Bluegrass Music Association awards in September, and the song "Squirrel Hunters" earned IBMA's Best Instrumental Performance award. The band has played several times in Door County as part of the dinner folk concert series each winter at White Gull Inn in Fish Creek. It formed in 1975 in Chicago, and "Rivers and Roads" is its 19th album release. This marks the second Album of the Year nomination for Special Consensus, following a nod in 2012 for "Scratch Gravel Road." The awards ceremony takes place Feb. 10. Dumas is a Washington native who moved to Door County about two years ago. He joined Special Consensus in 2015. … [Read more...] about Door County mandolin player in bluegrass band nominated for Grammy Award