You know that thing when the band is running late and you’re just milling around wondering when they’ll come on? Sure, you get a little grumpy at the delay…but then the show starts, and all is forgiven?
That was the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Like every other large-scale event of the past two years, COVID played havoc with event organizers who juggled logistics and artists who were eager to perform. Originally scheduled for Jan 31st, the fate of the fête was up in the air until the needle ultimately dropped in Sin City.
The 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards went off without a Hitch on Sunday, April 3rd, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas. Featuring enough bright talent to make even the lights of the Vegas Strip jealous, this year’s celebration was packed with the innovators, artists, and engineers pushing music into incredible new realms.
Congratulations GRAMMY Winners!
Like any awards shows, there will be disagreements and debates over who should have won what—and what was she wearing? But there’s no question that many of the world’s most influential entertainers and creators were on hand to celebrate a brilliant year in music.
See the rest of the winners at GRAMMY.com.
GRAMMY award-nominated Auto-Tune Artists:
TAKE A DAYTRIP
“Ultimately, I think Auto-Tune pushes the culture forward.” – Take A Daytrip
“In the beginning it was just Auto-Tune. Now, Antares has tons of amazing products, like Harmony Engine…” – TEEZIO
JESSE RAY ERNSTER
“I have had Auto-Tune in my house installed on a computer since the late ’90s.” – Jesse Ray Ernster
“I’ve had really creative breakthroughs using Auto-Tune Slice. It’s a great tool for taking vocal tracks you already have and developing them into new hooks.” – Aaron Dessner
“I’m a vocal producer and I’ve had the privilege of working with artists like Rihanna, Bieber, Cher, Sting, Lil Nas X, and the list goes on and on and I’m so stoked to be able to say that.” – Kuk Harrell
Album Of The Year Montero by Lil Nas X
Best Dance/Electronic Recording Hero – Afrojack & David Guetta