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Apple Music: Watch Electric GRAMMY Rock Performances
The GRAMMY Awards do indeed rock. Need the high-octane proof? You'll find it in a special curated batch of great rock moments from Music's Biggest Night, featuring the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Metallica and the White Stripes to the Police, Melissa Etheridge and the Foo Fighters.
Thanks to the Recording Academy and Apple Music's exclusive commemorative video collection in celebration of the 60th GRAMMY Awards, you can now binge-watch these amazing GRAMMY telecast performances.
The collection features metal band Metallica's slammin' 1989 version of their anti-war opus "One" at the 31st GRAMMY Awards. For a quieter performance, catch Beck at the 39th GRAMMYs for his "Where It's At." And who could forget Bob Dylan's Soy-Bombed performance of "Love Sick" at the commemorative 40th GRAMMY Awards?
There's Bruce Springsteen's uplifting performance of "The Rising" at the 45th GRAMMY Awards, along with Coldplay and the New York Philharmonic's sonically masterful rendering of "Politik" the same year. Marking a signature moment, the 45th GRAMMYs also featured a super group of rock royalty paying tribute to the Clash, with Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Dave Grohl, Steven Van Zandt, and Tony Kanal presiding over "London Calling."
At the 46th GRAMMYs, the White Stripes played their now-classic "Seven Nation Army." Representing the female bada**es of the genre, Joss Stone and Melissa Etheridge teamed for a medley of "Crybaby/Piece Of My Heart" at the 47th GRAMMY Awards.
The Police shone the red light on the 49th GRAMMY Awards when they performed their classic hit "Roxanne." The next year, at the milestone 50th GRAMMYs, the Foo Fighters got down and dirty for a performance of "The Pretender." Arcade Fire showed what they were made of at the 53rd GRAMMY Awards with "Ready To Start."
The Lumineers turned the genre on its head with a little alternative flare when they performed "Ho Hey" at the 55th GRAMMYs. That same year, the Black Keys hooked up with the inimitable Dr. John and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band for "Lonely Boy."
Imagine Dragons literally lit the stage on fire at the 56th GRAMMYs with Kendrick Lamar for an explosive reimagining of "Radioactive." Rounding out the collection is Alabama Shakes' earthshaking version of "Don't Wanna Fight" at the 58th GRAMMY Awards.
All of these performances and more are available now, only on Apple Music. Watch on Applemusic.com/GRAMMYs.
The 60th GRAMMY Awards will take place at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Sunday, Jan. 28. The telecast will be broadcast live on CBS at 7:30–11 p.m. ET/4:30–8 p.m. PT.