Remembering Glenn Frey: Eagles to pay tribute on GRAMMYs

Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Timothy B. Schmit, and Joe Walsh to join with Jackson Browne for a one-of-a-kind tribute to the late Eagles co-founder
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Eagles members — eight-time GRAMMY winner and current nominee Don Henley, GRAMMY winner Bernie Leadon, three-time GRAMMY winner Timothy B. Schmit, and five-time GRAMMY winner Joe Walsh — will take part in a one-time-only special tribute to six-time GRAMMY winner Glenn Frey on the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

Eagles' Glenn Frey plays guitar
Eagles' Don Henley plays guitar
Eagles' Timothy B. Schmidt plays bass
Eagles' Bernie Leadon plays guitar
Eagles' Joe Walsh plays guitar
Jackson Browne plays guitar
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Complement Your GRAMMY Viewing Experience With GRAMMY Live

GRAMMY Live to feature exclusive multiplatform access, including the new GRAMMYcam, live stream of GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony, red-carpet coverage, and more
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The Recording Academy and CBS will launch GRAMMY Live, a unique experience bringing music fans around the globe unprecedented, multiplatform access to red-carpet arrivals and behind-the-scenes action leading up to and throughout the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards. GRAMMY Live will begin Monday, Feb. 15 at noon PT/3 p.m. ET at GRAMMY.com and on the GRAMMY Live app for iOS and Android, and continue through the live telecast, which airs 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS.

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Remembering Davie Bowie, Natalie Cole and all those we lost

REMEMBERING THE MUSIC PEOPLE WE LOST IN 2015–2016
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(The following is a list of artists and industry professionals the music community lost in 2015–2016. The 58th GRAMMY Awards telecast on CBS will feature an In Memoriam segment highlighting some of these individuals via a video tribute. The Recording Academy salutes each individual for their respective talents and contributions to our culture and community. We invite you to share your memories in our comments section below.)

(List through Feb. 8, 2016)

Collage of musicians who died in 2015-2016
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James Bay's Roadmap To The GRAMMYs

INTERACTIVE INFOGRAPHIC MAPS Bay's journey from small-town England to Best New Artist GRAMMY Nominee
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(INTERACTIVE INSTRUCTIONS: MOVE YOUR MOUSE OVER THE GRAPHIC TO REVEAL INTERACTIVE MEDIA)

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Sam Hunt's Roadmap To The GRAMMYs

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Stars To Pay Tribute To Lionel Richie On The 58th GRAMMYs

Luke Bryan, John Legend, Demi Lovato, and Meghan Trainor to take part in special tribute to MusiCares Person of the Year Lionel Richie, who will also take the stage to perform one of his classics
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Luke Bryan, John Legend, Demi Lovato, and Meghan Trainor will salute four-time GRAMMY winner Lionel Richie on the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, taking audiences on a musical journey through the 2016 MusiCares Person of the Year's songbook, spanning Commodores-era classics to memorable solo hits.

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The Oral History Of Taylor Swift's 1989

58th GRAMMY nominees Swift, Imogen Heap, Mattias Bylund, Tom Coyne, and others tell the inside story of the Album Of The Year-nominated 1989
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(Taylor Swift's 1989 won Album Of The Year honors at the 58th GRAMMY Awards. The following oral history, which was published prior to the 58th GRAMMY telecast, features commentary from Swift and some of the album's key contributors.) 

It can take a village to create an album, and in the case of Taylor Swift's 1989, an international village.

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The Oral History Of Alabama Shakes' Sound & Color

58th GRAMMY nominees Brittany Howard, Shawn Everett, Blake Mills, and others tell the inside story of the Album Of The Year-nominated Sound & Color
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Alabama Shakes' Boys & Girls was among the most soulful and celebrated debuts of 2012, yet few anticipated the degree to which frontwoman Brittany Howard and her Southern cohorts would up the ante on Sound & Color. The band's evolution earned four 58th GRAMMY nominations, including Album Of The Year and Best Alternative Music Album.

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The Oral History Of Chris Stapleton's Traveller

58th GRAMMY nominees Stapleton, Dave Cobb, Vance Powell, and others reveal the inside story of the Album Of The Year-nominated Traveller
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Chris Stapleton was a hero in country music circles long before Traveller topped critics' best of 2015 lists and garnered the coveted GRAMMY nomination for Album Of The Year. As a songwriter, the Kentucky native quickly forged a successful career, writing hits for such artists as Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney and Darius Rucker, and everyone from Adele to George Strait has recorded his songs.

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The Oral History Of The Weeknd's Beauty Behind The Madness

58th GRAMMY nominees The Weeknd, Stephan Moccio, Dannyboystyles, Ali Payami, and others tell the inside story of the Album Of The Year-nominated Beauty Behind The Madness
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He caught the global music scene unawares, thumbing his nose at pop convention with a fearless fusion of brooding R&B and high-concept art rock. Within three years of his 2011 debut, Canadian singer/songwriter Abel Tesfaye, known as The Weeknd, had cultivated an underground following so loyal he headlined the world-famous Hollywood Bowl without ever having placed a Top 40 U.S. single.

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My First GRAMMY Nomination: Sevendust

Frontman Lajon Witherspoon discusses Sevendust's "emotional" reaction to their first career GRAMMY nomination
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(The Recording Academy asked some of this year's first-time GRAMMY nominees to collect their thoughts and share what it feels like to be nominated for a GRAMMY.)

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