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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 04/01/2022

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After an almost two-month delay, the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards are going down Sunday in Las Vegas, and it’s gonna be another great night of music. Hosted by Trevor Noah, and happening at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the show will feature performances by Silk Sonic, who’ll reportedly open the show, as well as Carrie Underwood, John Legend, Jon Batiste, Brothers Osborne, BTS, Brandi Carlile, Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Lil Nas X with Jack Harlow, Nas, Olivia Rodrigo, Chris Stapleton, J. Balvin and Maria Becerra, with a tribute to the late Stephen Sondheim, featuring Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt, and Rachel Zegler. Variety reports the show will also include some sort of tribute to Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, who died Friday at age 50. The Foos were originally supposed to perform on the telecast, but they were not listed on the most recent announcement. As for the country nominees, Chris Stapleton and Mickey Guyton lead the pack with three a piece. A few country artists are nominated in the general categories, including Jimmie Allen, up for Best New Artist nomination while Brandi Carlie is recognized for Record and Song of the Year for “Right On Time.” Both Chris and Mickey will compete for Country Album of the Year, Chris for “Starting Over” and Mickey for her debut album “Remember Her Name.” They will compete in the category with Brothers Osborne’s “Skeletons,” Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall & Jack Ingram’s “The Marfa Tapes” and Sturgill Simpson’s “The Ballad of Dood & Juanita.” The 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards air Sunday at 8 pm on CBS. Check out some of the nominees below and click here for the complete list.

Thomas Rhett’s new album “Where We Started” is out now, and it turns out his daughters played a big role in the final product. "I was alone with my thoughts in 2020 and wrote a lot of songs, just me and the guitar and I wanted to write some more things that made my kids smile and made my kids want to dance,” he tells “People.” In trying to narrow down the track list, Thomas took advice from his kids, especially two-year-old Lennon. “There were five or six on there that now when we get in the car, my 2-year-old will be like, 'Play daddy song, daddy song,'" he says. "And if it's not one of those six, even if it's an older song of mine or a newer one, those are the only six that she cares about. So those made it on the record for sure." He says while that some people may think kids aren’t the best critics, he notes, “I feel like kids understand feel-good," he says. "That's the reason Encanto is the biggest movie on the planet.” He adds, “I feel like kids have a really good read on what would make other people smile. And I really just started to trust that and listen to it." 


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