Grammy Awards 2017: Metal, Country And Soul Performers Lined Up

The Grammy Awards 2017 is going to be an eclectic mix of awesomeness! Though in previous years importance has been given to the generic pop stars who are more famous for their social media shenanigans than the albums they put out, this year it’s going to be different.

The lineup for this year’s most prestigious night in music is going to be great. Trust, you’re not going to want to skip this one. And hopefully, it’s going to set a level of class for the other music award shows lined up for the rest of the year. And here’s why this night is so important –

Metallica is going to be performing live at the Grammy Awards. Can you believe it?! I mean, those guys are a powerhouse whether they’re performing on a stage in front of millions of people, or being watched on television by millions of people. Country musician and former American Idol judge, Keith Urban is also set to perform for the night. He, along with fellow country artist Carrie Underwood will take the stage, though it’s not yet known if they will perform together (maybe a duet?) or if they will have their own set. And of course, soul music’s biggest star, John Legend will also be taking the stage for the night.

Check out all the nominees for the 59th Grammy Awards.

It looks like the organizers are pulling in nominees to prove once again why they deserve awards under their respective categories. The Grammy Awards are, after all, a professional music night and they always get the best to come out for them and belt their hits for fans and audiences across the globe.

And can you believe that all these stars have a total of 29 Grammy Awards tucked under their belts? That’s a massive achievement! The biggest stars for the night will definitely be Beyoncé, Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West. Bey has nominations under 9 categories and the other three have 8 nominations each.

Late Night show host and Carpool Karaoke extraordinaire, James Corden will be the host for the evening. The 59th Grammy Awards ceremony will take place on February 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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