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Visit Us For 59th Grammy Awards 2017 Live –Watch & Enjoy Grammy Awards 2017 Live Stream  Online Awards As it Happened on February 12, 2017 With HD TV Coverage at a cheap Price.It will held on Staples Center, Los Angeles.Tuesday’s announcement of the nominations for the 59th annual Grammy awards, which will be handed out on 12 February, had some expected outcomes – Beyoncé dominated, with Lemonade and its affiliated properties receiving nine nominations, while Adele’s 25 scored her five nominations. As with any attempt to winnow down pop music to some semi-arbitrary notion of “bests”, though, the real stories come from what might be missing.

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Perhaps the most quixotic of the Big Four cross-genre categories was album of the year. Adele’s mega-selling 25 and Beyoncé’s conversation-altering Lemonade were pretty much givens for this category; the Nashville fringe-walker Sturgill Simpson’s epistolary A Sailor’s Guide To Earth, too, was a somewhat expected honoree. But in an eligibility year when so many artists – Rihanna, the late David Bowie, even Kanye West – crafted albums that represented creative leaps, rounding out the category with Justin Bieber’s Purpose and Drake’s Views, two albums that were commercial smashes but decidedly uneven craft-wise, seemed almost like a defiant act.

Grammy Awards 2017 LiveIn past years, the Grammys have been mocked for being out of step with the pop times – recall Herbie Hancock’s Joni Mitchell tribute beating out Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black in 2008, or Steely Dan’s Two Against Nature edging out Eminem in 2001, or even 2015, when Beck’s tranquil Morning Phase topped Beyoncé’s self-titled album. Nominating Purpose, Bieber’s redemptive plunge into pop-EDM, and Views, which smashed streaming records upon its release in April and just passed the quadruple-platinum mark, would seem like a rebuke to those observers who believe the Recording Academy to be populated exclusively by old-guard types whose favorite artists have remained etched in stone since the 70s. That both those albums were nominated, though, while Bowie’s omnivorous parting statement Blackstar was left out in the cold, seemed like the biggest snub; Rihanna’s Anti, a withering statement by a major star showing off newfound range, would have been a better pop choice.

Perhaps the general bloat and navel-gazing of Views appealed to those voters who prefer albums by overly ponderous dudes who treat the women in their lives as mere inconveniences. Watch Online Grammy Awards 2017 maybe they were just dazzled by its ability to dominate streaming charts for months.Chart-dominating women and guitar-assisted men in pensive mode are all over the song of the year and record of the year nominations. Adele’s world-conquering Hello and Beyoncé’s potent Formation grabbed nominations in both categories, as did the Danish act Lukas Graham’s nostalgia whinge 7 Years. Rounding out record of the year, which is given to the people behind a song’s recorded version, were Rihanna’s sinewy (and Drake-assisted) Work and the rock duo Twenty One Pilots’ sour Stressed Out; Mike Posner’s lightly neurotic I Took A Pill In Ibiza, which received a new lease on pop life after being remixed by the EDM duo Seeb, and Bieber’s spiteful Love Yourself filled out song of the year, which goes to songwriters.

Best new artist, the final category of the Big Four, has a fairly strong field. Kelsea Ballerini, who specializes in twangy refashionings of mid-tempo pop, and the winking upstart Maren Morris, who brings power-pop and reggae influences into her sprightly songs, represent Nashville’s new guard of up-and-coming ladies. Anderson .Paak’s kitchen-sink music fuses funk, soul, hip-hop and anything else the omnivorous rapper-singer can get a handle on. The bro-EDM duo The Chainsmokers, whose laconic Closer had an iron grip on the top of the US pop charts this year (and who were nominated even though their crashing 2014 single #SELFIE soundtracked a slew of TV montages showcasing snap-happy millennials), and the Chicago MC Chance the Rapper, whose third mixtape Coloring Book fuses gospel, hip-hop and magical realism in a thrilling way, are the category’s two biggest names.

The Grammys’ attempt to throw its arms around the musical world is borne out in its genre-specific categories, which can range from the satisfying to the perplexing. The R&B categories show how strong of a year the genre has had, honoring artists including Fantasia and Solange. The new-ish best urban contemporary album, which pits Lemonade and Anti against Anderson .Paak’s Malibu, the R&B trio KING’s sumptuous debut We Are KING, and the velvet-voiced crooner Gallant’s Ology. Best rap/sung performance also has Beyoncé (this time for the defiant Kendrick Lamar-assisted track Freedom) and Drake (for his meme-friendly Hotline Bling), as well as D.R.A.M.’s sparkling left-field hit Broccoli and two tracks from West’s sprawling The Life Of Pablo – the devotional Ultralight Beam (which features Chance the Rapper, Kelly Price and Kirk Franklin) and Famous, which features Rihanna as well as the Taylor Swift insult that inspired her snappish album of the year acceptance speech at 2016’s Grammys ceremony.

On the rock side of things, though, the nominations stumble over themselves. Is a previously unreleased White Stripes track (City Lights, from a compilation of Jack White acoustic recordings) really one of the best American roots songs? Did Disturbed’s unplugged cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s 50-plus-year-old The Sound of Silence really stand head and shoulders above most of the other rock performances recorded between 1 October 2015 and 30 September 2016? (And did White’s appearance tip the scales for Beyoncé’s Don’t Hurt Yourself getting a nod in that category?) Meanwhile, best alternative music album this year feels like a lifetime achievement award surrogate, with Bowie’s Blackstar facing off against Iggy Pop’s Post Pop Depression, PJ Harvey’s The Hope Six Demolition Project, Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool, and Bon Iver’s 22, A Million.

With 84 categories from record of the year to best music film (where the Beatles will square off against Beyoncé), the Grammys always have as much room to be off the mark as they are on target. The 59th ceremony will likely offer a sometimes frustrating mixture of both, no matter who wins the night’s top trophies.It turned out to be a great day for Nashville-related acts as the nominees for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards were announced Tuesday Grammy Awards 2017 Live Stream morning. While there might have been a few surprises, the dominance of Maren Morris was not one of them. The Texan hit the industry in a big way in 2016, and continued to pick up steam throughout the year. In addition to her nominations for Best Country Solo Performance, Best County Song (“My Church”) and for Best Album (Hero), she also found herself in the running for the overall Best New Artist prize. She wasn’t alone in that distinction, as fellow country newcomer Kelsea Ballerini finds herself up for that award. Sturgill Simpson also had a huge day, with a nomination for Album of the Year as well as Country Album. A look at the nominations reflect a nice mix of trend-setters current and legendary.

Best Country Solo Performance: “Love Can Go To Hell,” Brandy Clark; “Vice,” Miranda Lambert; “My Church,” Maren Morris; “Church Bells,” Carrie Underwood; “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” Keith Urban.In a year that saw the resurgence of the female vocalist in country music, it should come as no surprise that four of the five nominees in this category are women. Clark, Lambert, and Morris have all been huge critical favorites this year, and their inclusion here is expected. Expect Morris to take this category. Best Country Duo / Group Performance: “Different For Girls,” Dierks Bentley and Elle King; “21 Summer,” Brothers Osborne; “Setting The World On Fire,” Kenny Chesney and Pink; “Jolene,” Pentatonix featuring Dolly Parton; “Think Of You,” Chris Young and Cassadee Pope.A nice mix of the past and the present. Collaborations that crossed genre lines are best represented (with three noms), then there’s one of the format’s rising musical duos (Brothers Osbourne) and two of the format’s top young talents in Young and Pope. But the prize will probably go to Kenny and Pink.

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Best Country Song: “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” Clint Lagerberg, Hillary Lindsey, and Steven Lee Olsen; “Die A Happy Man,” Sean Douglas, Thomas Rhett, and Joe Spargur; “Humble and Kind,” Lori McKenna; “My Church,” Maren Morris and busbee; “Vice,” Miranda Lambert, Shane McAnally, and Josh Osborne.A very competitive field that should come down to the biggest love song of the year (“Die A Happy Man”) and the winner of the Grammy Awards 2017 Live prize Tim McGraw’s “Humble and Kind”). My early money is on the McGraw hit.Best Country Album: Big Day In A Small Town, Brandy Clark; Full Circle, Loretta Lynn, Hero; Maren Morris; A Sailor’s Guide To Earth, Sturgill Simpson; Ripcord, Keith Urban.

One of the most musically diverse slate of nominees in this category in quite some time — two of the most critically acclaimed acts in Morris and Clark, an Americana darling in Simpson, one of the most genre-bending albums of the year in Urban, and the first album in more than a decade from the 84-year-old Lynn (proving that quality need not have an expiration date. Grammy Awards 2017 Live will win? It’s a tough category, but think Morris’ Hero.In other country-related nominations, Hillary Scott and The Scott Family rang up a pair of mentions in the Contemporary Christian field, while Willie Nelson earned a nod for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for his Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin disc.