Who knew that on top of their crazy skills and personas, there would be even more to the famous DJs than just the songs love to listen to? Here are 17 fun facts for your brain to rave to!
The people behind 10 of your favorite songs just so happen to be other famous people!
Chris Young is exactly the bearded man we want him to be.
Chris Young, who’s nominated for four 2016 ACM Awards—two as artist and producer for Album Of The Year and two as artist and producer for Single Record Of The Year—is in for a big night on Sunday, April 3 at 8/7c or live on CBS All Access when the 51st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards take over Sin City.
Young earned both nominations for his fifth studio album, I’m Comin’ Over, which features tunes like “You Do The Talkin'” and “Heartbeat.” The latter is completely apropos because our pulses start to race when we take a gander at the Tennessee native’s sexy stubble.
While Ran Fans will have to wait until April 3 to see her latest ACM look, there’s no doubt that she’ll be hotter than Kerosene. Let’s take a look back at some of Ms. Lambert’s hottest ensembles before she inevitably gets jaws droppin’ on the red carpet before the 51st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sun, April 3 at 8/7c or stream it live on CBS All Access.
Whether or not you consider yourself a religious person, it’s hard not to appreciate the gospel of Eric Church, who has been serenading fans with his unique brand of outlaw-inspired country music for more than 10 years.
In 2011, Church scored his first No. 1 hit with the song “Drink In My Hand,” and hasn’t stopped topping the charts ever since. His most recent single, “Record Year,” comes from his latest album, Mr. Misunderstood, which he surprised fans with in 2015, and will likely perform when he hits the road this spring.
Before Church lights the stage on fire when he performs at the 51st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 3 at 8/7c, let’s learn more about this Southern rock gentleman.
Taylor Swift performs “Out Of The Woods” At The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Only a pop superstar like Taylor Swift could both slay red carpet and win a pair of GRAMMY Awards before even stepping on stage to open Music’s Biggest Night®. Dressed in a head-to-toe sparkling jumpsuit, T. Swizzle blew audiences away—and showered them in glitter—during her performance of “Out Of The Woods.”
Each year, the GRAMMY Awards honor artists from various genres as they celebrate the year’s biggest musical achievements. While on the surface, some of the musicians couldn’t be more different, don’t let their differences fool you. What sets musicians apart sometimes brings them together.
Take, for example, country crooner Blake Shelton, nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, and hip-hop legend Dr. Dre, who’s in the running for Best Rap Album. It might look like they don’t have much in common, but looks can be deceiving.
Let us show you how by checking out my collaboration post with my co-worker, Madison, “6 Degrees of Music Collaboration: Blake Shelton to Dr. Dre” on CBS.com!
Check out Madison’s blog here!
At the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, a select group of artists will join the legends who have received a coveted statue.
For some, this will be their first win, while others may find their trophy shelf start to sag. We’re talking about an elite group of artists with multiple GRAMMY Awards to their name—and you won’t believe which one has won the most!
Click through my article, “You Won’t Believe Who’s Won The Most GRAMMY Awards” on CBS.com to find out the all-time leader!
Dying to know who’ll win one of the 83 GRAMMY Awards this year? Don’t miss Music’s Biggest Night® when the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards airs on Monday, Feb 15, at 8e/5p or stream the event live through CBS All Access.
Ever since Taylor Swift burst onto the music scene in 2008 with the release of her breakthrough country-pop album Fearless, she’s been a fixture on the GRAMMY red carpet.
And, as with her ever-evolving career, Taylor’s style has taken some pretty dramatic turns over the past seven years. While Swifties will have to wait until Monday, Feb. 15 to see the singer’s latest GRAMMY look, there’s no doubt this seven-time nominee’s steez is sure to go beyond our “Wildest Dreams.”
Check out my post on Taylor Swift’s GRAMMY Red Carpet Evolution on CBS.com!
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With the 2016 GRAMMY Awards coming up in less than two weeks, it’s time to fine-tune your knowledge of this year’s nominees because this quiz features quotes that either come from your favorite song or your favorite CBS show. Can you identify the line—or will you have to face the music?
Don’t miss Music’s Biggest Night® when the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards airs on Monday, Feb 15 at 8e/5p or stream the event live through CBS All Access.
Super Bowl XLVII
After her silhouette was lit on fire, Beyonce emerged from a cloud of smoke to belt out hits including “Love on Top” and “Crazy in Love.” Midway through her performance, Queen Bey was joined on stage by her fellow members of Destiny’s Child. Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams helped her bring the house down with “Bootylicious,” “Independent Women,” and “Single Ladies.”
See the rest of my favorite Halftimes, “6 Super Bowl Halftimes That Rocked Our World” on CBS.com!
“Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran
What happens when you take the lyrics from each tune nominated for a 2016 Song Of The Year GRAMMY and pair them with a different baby animal? It’s about to get all sorts of adorbz up in here!
Read the full lyrics of “Thinking Out Loud” on MetroLyrics. Plus, for more squee-worthy moments, be sure to watch the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, which will be broadcast live at 8 PM EST / 5 PM PST, and available for streaming through CBS All Access.
Click here to see all of the “GRAMMY 2016 Songs Of The Year Lyrics, As Told By Baby Animals” on CBS.com