48th Grammy Awards Is a Concert
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Posted by George on February 8th, 2006
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There are so many people who will be singing this year that if another song get sang the actual award would have to be given out tomorrow. USA Today reports:

Creative combos, which are now a Grammy signature, include U2 and Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z and Linkin Park, Faith Hill and Keith Urban, and Mariah Carey with a full choir (her five octaves aren’t enough?). Then there’s Madonna joining animated band Gorillaz in what Recording Academy president Neil Portnow calls “one of the most complicated production numbers we’ve ever undertaken.”

Also on tap are an all-star New Orleans jam and a tribute to Sly and the Family Stone featuring Maroon 5, Joss Stone, John Legend and possibly the reclusive Sly Stone himself, who is not confirmed. Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen (with a surprise guest) and Coldplay are on the bill, and the grapevine is abuzz over a rumored Cream appearance.

Most of the award will actually be given out in a pre-show ceremony because there is just not enough time to do it all with all the performance.

The only problem with this Grammy is deciding if you are going to watch it or watch American Idol. Now only if I have a TiVo.

[USA Today]

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