Last night we celebrated some of the music industry’s brightest talent with the 2017 Grammy Awards,live on CBS. Hosted by the infectious James Corden along with a roster of perfect performances by Lady Gaga, Chance The Rapper, Demi Lovato and a whole lot more, plus beautiful tributes to the late music icons Prince and George Michael, it was an absolutely incredible night.
See every one of this years’ winners right here, and check out some of our favorite highlights below for your listening pleasure! You can use Replay Media Catcher to download from YouTube to enjoy them anywhere, anytime.
Record of the Year: “Hello” by Adele
Best New Artist: Chance the Rapper
Best Rock Song: “Black Star” by David Bowie
Best Contemporary Blues Album: The Last Days of Oakland by Fantastic Negrito
Best R&B Performance: “Cranes in the Sky” by Solange
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Last night’s 58th Grammy Awards was another amazing night of industry talent. Taylor Swift took home the biggest wins of the night, while Lady Gaga’s tribute to David Bowie warmed hearts, and Kendrick Lamar’s performance blew everyone away. It was truly a night to remember!
Every nominee and winner out there this year was incredibly well-deserving. See all of the winners on the Grammys website, and check out every nominated song and video below, for your listening pleasure. You can use Replay Media Catcher to record and capture them for yourself!
Last night was the music industry’s opportunity to show off it’s best acts. The show itself featured a number of awesome performances, but if you missed any of the top tracks on the list of winners, we’ve rounded up our favorites for your listening pleasure and the opportunity to use Replay Music to record and capture the sound of the 2015 Grammy Awards!
Paramore — Best Rock Song “Ain’t It Fun”
Ridiculously catchy and hard to hate, this track from Paramore has everything you want in straight-forward pop rock. No fuss, only fun.
Kendrick Lamar — Best Rap Song / Performance “i”
One of the most positive hip-hop songs to hit the air waves this year. Kendrick is known for his poignancy and his third studio album is one of the most anticipated in 2015. Keep your ears open!
St. Vincent — Best Alternative Music Record “Strange Mercy”
Indie goddess, St Vincent (Annie Clark) walked away with an award for her haunting record and lurching sound on “Strange Mercy”. Here’s one of our favorite tracks from the album, “Cruel”:
Pentonix — Best Instrumental Arrangement “Daft Punk”
The a capella group, Pentonix, goes into audio soundscapes of the last year, sampling seven different Daft Punk songs. Using a mixture of insane vocal and beatboxing talent, this hardworking crew deserve the nod.
“Twenty Feet From Stardom” — Best Music Film
This is a featured performance from one of the stars of this amazing documentary (which you can stream here on Netflix and record with Replay Video Capture 7). Showcasing the talent of background singers throughout history, this is a must-watch movie and must-listen soundtrack.
Tell us your favorite moments of the show and music from the past year over on Facebook or Twitter. We’d love to hear what you’re listening too! Don’t forget to use Replay Music to get all of the best tracks of 2015.
As we’re sure you heard, the Grammys were a few days ago. Aside form the actual who-won-what part, the next best reason to watch any awards show is always the performances. This year was no exception. In fact, the show changed it up by giving out 10 awards before the cameras even started rolling, which means that this Grammy show was all about the performances. It got us thinking of some of our past favorite Grammy spectacles… so if you haven’t seen these, get comfy, and enjoy!
Although Beyonce had a seductive performance this year with Jay-Z, we prefer the flawless 2010 moves in “If I Were A Boy”, plus it turns into a perfect cover of Alanis Morissette’s “You Outta Know”… you’ll see:
We don’t want to make you depressed today, but if you need a good cry then watch Eric Clapton’s 1993 Song of the Year “Tears in Heaven”:
We had to post this 2007 performance by Christina Aguilera singing the James Brown classic “It’s A Man’s World”… because, I mean, those pipes. Yeesh.
There’s no way we could assemble a list of best Grammy performances and exclude the King of Pop! Here’s the iconic 1988 “Man in the Mirror” performance from Michael Jackson:
Our favorite performance from this year would have to be the finale jam of Daft Punk’s stellar hit “Get Lucky” with some awesome assistance from disco-royalty Nile Rodgers and the man himself, Stevie-freaking-Wonder. It’s definitely one worth watching, and re-watching, and re-watching…
Of course, you can always record these performances for your own personal archives with our Replay Media Catcher app. Try it here and start collecting all of your favorite Grammy performances!
Which was your favorite live performance of the night? Think any of them were Replay Media Catcher save-worthy? Let us know in the comments.
As most of you know last Sunday, February 10th, was the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. And conveniently for many it streamed live online on a variety of sites: CBS.com Grammys.com Hollywoodlife.com
just to name a few.
And as many of you also know, Replay Video Capture, our professional quality screen capture program, can capture live streams beautifully. It would have been the perfect program to use to capture the 55th Annual Grammy Awards particularly since Replay Video Capture has a scheduler. It’s easy to set up Replay Video Capture to record a live stream at a particular time.
But I didn’t do that.
Monday I went online to find a site that was re-broadcasting the Grammy’s. I thought for sure CBS.com would be. But no.
No one is.
The Grammy’s aren’t online anywhere that I can see. I even wrote the Grammy’s to find out where I could get a copy of the broadcast. I still haven’t heard back.
The moral of this little tale – capture what you can when you can because tomorrow it just might not be there.