The 61th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast at 8 p.m. Sunday, February 10, on CBS. The live show is run at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Before the biggest show took place, formerly President Jimmy Carter Notified as winner. He received his Grammy for the best word album for "Faith – A Journey for All". He now makes his first president by winning his life.
Carter competitions with a different line-named Courtney B. Vance, David Sedaris, Questlove and Tiffany Haddish.
There was another winner in his album with Georgia bonds – in three categories.
"American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Liberty" Performers from 17 states and 17 countries are a jazz album with immigrants living in Georgia.
Mr Rey Pineda of the Atlanta and Israel Arce of Marietta area also played on the album; They were both born in America as young children from Mexico. Kabir Sehgal, 35, is an immense author who releases his time between Atlanta and New York, the album and made him bass. Click here to find the full story behind the album.
John Daversa, a musician, musician, director and chairman of the Department of Music and Studio Jazz at the University of Frost Miami School of Music, said: "When we recorded this album, I traveled around America and recorded 53 Dreamers in 17 states and had a word coming up, and that's freedom. The person in the style of jazz is free, our freedom is a metaphor. "
Here are the other nominations for the musical awards linked to the Peach State.
Childish Gambino (aka Donald Glover): Record of the year, song of the year, the best rap / song performance and the best music video ("This Is America"); The best R & B song ("Feels Like Summer")
Janelle Monae: Year's Album ("Dirty Computer" – Nate Atlanta "Rocket" producer / engineer and Nathaniel Irvin III is a songwriter); The best music video ("Pynk")
Chloe x Halle: Best new artist; the best urban contemporary album ("The Kids Are Alright")
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Cardi B: Album of the year and the best rap album ("Invasion of Privacy"); record of the year ("I like it" – Atlanta & # 39; s Brathwaite engineer / mixer and master's engineer Colin Leonard); the best two pop / group performance with Maroon 5 ("Girls Like You"); The best rap performance ("Be Careful")
Future: Best rap performance ("Dead & King" with Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock and James Blake); the best rap song "King's Dead," (songwriter)
Backstreet Boys (The member of Brian Littrell is Alpharetta's resident): Best pop performance / group action ("Do not Break My Heart")
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Lee Lee Rae Sremmurd (featured): Best Rap Performance ("Sicko Mode" with Travis Scott, Drake and Big Hawk) and the best rap song ("Sicko Mode" – Cydad Óg Atlanta is a singer-songwriter)
Mike.Will.Made.It: The best rap song ("King's Dead" – a songwriter)
6lack (by J. Cole): The best rap / sung performance ("Pretty Little Fears")
21 Savage (featured): Record of the year and the best rap / sung performance ("Rockstar" Malone Mail)
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Florida Georgia Online: Best country / best group performance ("Two to be" by Bebe Rexha)
Little Big Town: Best country / Best Group performance ("When You Stop a Certified Person")
Freddy Cole: The best jazz music album ("My Mood Is You")
April and Steven Lance Ledbetter, William Ferris: The best historical album ("Voices of Mississippi: Artists and Musicians documented by William Ferris")
Mirror: Best coral performance (Matthew Guard, conductor, "Seven Words From the Cross"), the best immersed audio album ("Seven Words From the Cross")
Whitney Houston: Best music movie ("Whitney")