22 Facts About Grammys


Grammys are the first of the Big Three networks' major music awards held annually .

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Grammys had their origin in the Hollywood Walk of Fame project in the 1950s.

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From 1974 to 2003, the Grammys were held in various venues in New York City and Los Angeles, including New York's Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall; and Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium, Staples Center and Hollywood Palladium.

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Grammys said he was not that interested in attending that year's ceremony, even though he had been nominated for two awards.

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Grammys have been criticized for generally awarding or nominating more commercially successful albums rather than critically successful ones.

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Grammys's said her reasoning came from the Grammys' extreme commercialism.

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Grammys have been criticized for snubbing awards to some nominated artists.

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Grammys described West's album as "the most critically acclaimed album of the year, a career-defining record".

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Grammys reaffirmed this sentiment and commented about the Grammys, saying:.

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Conversely, the Grammys often recognize work more than a year after it was released.

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Grammys have been accused of being unfavorable and racist to black recording artists.

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Grammys were criticized after the 59th Annual Grammy Awards when Adele's 25 won Album of the Year over Beyonce's album Lemonade, which many music publications believed should have won the award.

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Grammys have been criticized for their treatment of female artists specifically.

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Grammys's suggested that she was invited to perform alongside several other artists in a tribute to Tom Petty but was refused a solo slot, despite being nominated for the Album of the Year Award and stated that each male nominee was allowed a solo performance.

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Lorde's mother criticized the Grammys, pointing out an article that only nine percent of nominees at the previous six Grammy Awards were women.

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Grammys's alleges that she was fired for pushing back against the academy's "boys club".

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Grammys's claimed that by having the MusiCares Person of the Year Tribute to Fleetwood Mac at Radio City Music Hall, the event had to forgo its traditional VIP dinner and silent auction.

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Grammys's had already been offered a deal to have the event at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

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Grammys's claimed that "one artist who initially ranked 18 out of 20 in the 2019 'Song of the Year' category ended up with a nomination".

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Grammys's claimed that a few artists like Ed Grammys'seran and Ariana Grande had the votes to be nominated for the category, but were ultimately omitted.

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In 2016, the Grammys became the first awards show to regularly air live annually in all U S territories, and for decades, alongside the Academy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards and Tony Awards, the shows have aired live in over 150 countries worldwide.

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From 2004 to 2019, the Grammys were held on the second Sunday of February, with two exceptions: if that day was February 14, it was moved to the following day; if it was a Winter Olympics year, it was held earlier on the last Sunday of January .

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