Two nights. Two amazing shows. More than 50 million viewers. In January 2014, The Recording Academy and AEG Ehrlich Ventures made television history with the unprecedented back-to-back staging of the 56th GRAMMY Awards and the GRAMMY/CBS special The Beatles: The Night That Changed America — A GRAMMY Salute. Featuring superstar performances, spectacular pairings and one-of-a-kind GRAMMY moments, both shows added up to the best six hours of television this year.
The GRAMMYs Make TV History
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George Martin, Giles Martin and Ringo Starr accept the GRAMMY for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media for Love at the 50th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 10, 2008, in Los Angeles.
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Watch an excerpt of Maroon 5's performance of "This Love" on "A Very GRAMMY Christmas." The one-hour holiday special, which will include performances of holiday songs and current pop hits as well as the announcement of Album Of The Year n
Watch an excerpt of Maroon 5's performance of "Ticket To Ride" on "The Beatles: The Night That Changed America — A GRAMMY Salute." The primetime entertainment special, which will celebrate the remarkable legacy of seven-time GRAMMY-winning group the Beatles and the 50th anniversary of their groun