Come Back To GRAMMY.com
(For a complete list of 52nd GRAMMY Award winners, please click here.)
The 52nd GRAMMY Awards are over, the winners decided, but the lights haven't gone down at GRAMMY.com.
For the 52nd show, GRAMMY.com provided the most exciting and interactive online GRAMMY experience yet, with live video streams from VIP invite-only events, streaming radio of GRAMMY-nominated artists' music, a robust blog program, enough photos to fill a museum, and all the GRAMMY news to keep you up on GRAMMY performances and special segments before they happened.
This level of excitement will continue after the show as well with a number of ongoing features.
Prior to the show, GRAMMY.com offered insightful blogs from such notables as past Best New Artist winners José Feliciano, Carrie Underwood and Jody Watley, as well as 52nd GRAMMYs Best New Artist winners the Zac Brown Band. In addition, contributions were made by GRAMMY show and Emmy Award-nominated writer David Wild, official 52nd GRAMMY artist Shepard Fairey, and a number of "community" bloggers who brought a fan's perspective to the official GRAMMY site.
This blogging program will continue as a number of this year's GRAMMY winners will check in to tell us what their wild ride at the GRAMMYs was really like. Additionally, we'll have more blogs from Wild, as well as fresh blogging voices such as official GRAMMY portrait photographer Danny Clinch, who will relate his experiences shooting stars such as Madonna, U2, Beyoncé and others at more than five GRAMMY shows.
GRAMMY.com will also feature ongoing contests offering prizes such as tickets to the 53rd GRAMMY Awards show, 2010 GRAMMY Nominees CDs, and more, and you'll be able to weigh in on all kinds of fun music topics through the official GRAMMY Poll.
The site will also continue to present thought-provoking articles, features and news that provide a unique take on what's happening in the music industry today. And for fans who like a little trip down memory lane, the site will feature entertaining video excerpts from the show's rich 52-year history.
Log on regularly; there's much more to come at GRAMMY.com.