When The Lumineers attended the GRAMMY Nominations concert last month in Nashville there were a few clues that led them to believe they might receive a nomination.
Hunter Hayes’ GRAMMY nominated song “Wanted” began simply as a way to tell a girl he was interested.
Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson and the guys of fun. are all teaming up for a brand new GRAMMY compilation album.
While rumors have been swirling about another Lady Gaga/Beyonce collaboration we couldn’t help but think of artists we’d like to see on Mother Monster’s upcoming album. Though she’s surely busy putting the final touches on her 2013 release ARTPOP, there might still be some time to add these 10 singers into the mix. Don’t let us down, Gaga!
Last year was a huge year for Hunter Hayes. He received three GRAMMY nominations including Best New Artist, Best Country Solo Performance for his single “Wanted,” and Best Country Album for his very first major label recording, Hunter Hayes.
Hunter Hayes wrote, produced and played every instrument on each of the 12 tracks on his GRAMMY nominated album.
As the year winds down and everyone compiles their best and worst lists from 2012 we thought we’d introduce some (relatively) new music. Whether you’ve heard their song on the radio this year for the first time or they just got nominated as Best New Artist at the GRAMMY nominations concert, here’s 12 albums you should give a listen to. Thank us later.
The long list of country nominees also included Taylor Swift, Ronnie Dunn, country supergroup The Time Jumpers, the Eli Young Band, Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown, and Jamey Johnson.
Cliches be damned, it was a fun. night at the GRAMMY Nominations Concert on CBS, with the band performing and getting nominations in all four major categories: Album, Song and Record of the Year, and Best New Artist. Kelly Clarkson, The Black Keys and Frank Ocean all grabbed multiple nominations as well.
The Who and Hunter Hays are also scheduled to perform during the live television special airing on CBS, December 5 at 10PM.