Foo Fighters, Jon Batiste, Olivia Rodrigo and Silk Sonic are the big winners

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Foo Fighterson his success in the three items in which he competed; Jon Batistewho won the album category of the year; seda sonic (the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak) with their song Leave the Door Open; Chris Stapletonto country artists, and Olivia Rodrigo In the pop categories, they were the big winner of the 64th Grammy Awards.

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Included in the gala, held this Sunday, April 3 at a ceremony held at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas and led by comedian Trevor Noah, Argentina’s presence when singer María Becerra took to the stage to perform with Colombian J Balvin the subject What else?in what is the second musical number of the transmission that the TNT signal will see.

For his part, the local actor is based in Spain Nathy Peluso is another Argentina representative of the night competing in the Latin or alternative rock album category, although it lost at the hands of Colombian Juanes, who dominated his album Origin.

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Led by Anderson Paak and Bruno Mars, that is, Silk Sonic, the Grammy gala of soul and funky.  Photo: AFP

Led by Anderson Paak and Bruno Mars, that is, Silk Sonic, the Grammy gala of soul and funky. Photo: AFP

Grammy Awards 2022: all glamorous on the red carpet

The important statue Album of the year went to Jon Batiste for his album we arewhile Silk Sonic from the hand of Leave the Door Open It won awards for recording of the year, song of the year, and best performance and best rhythm and blues song.

For its part, The Foo Fighters monopolized the stone objects by dedicating themselves Night Medicine as the best album, Waiting for a War as the best song and Makes Fire as best performance.

Olivia’s night

In the pop categories, it was a dream night for Olivia Rodrigo, who prevailed along Sour as the best album, plus Driver’s license as best solo performance, in addition to being coated as best new artist.

Olivia Rodrigo, happy with her harvest in Las Vegas: 3 Grammy 3. Photo: AFP.

Olivia Rodrigo, happy with her harvest in Las Vegas: 3 Grammy 3. Photo: AFP.

The ceremony was featured a heartfelt tribute to Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkinswho died on March 25 in Colombia, amid the traditional “In memorian” block, which remembers the numbers who died last year.

There are also musical numbers from Billie Eilish, Brandi Carlile, Lil Nas X, Jack Harlow, BTS, Olivia Rodrigo, Leslie Odom Jr., Rachel Zegler, Jon Batiste, Carrie Underwood, HER, Ben Platt, Silk Sonic, the duo consisting of Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak , John Legend and Cynthia Erivo.

A big surprise caused the message to be released video of the President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, calling for a cessation of Russia’s attacks against his country.

“Do our musicians wear bulletproof vests instead of tuxedos? We filled the silence with music. Telling the truth about the war is very important on social networks and on television. Give us your support however you can!“, some of the words expressed by the president.

Grammy Awards 2022: all winners and the performances of the great music party

All winners:

Record of the year: “Leave the Door Open”, SilkSonic.

-Album of the year: “We are”, Jon Batiste.

-Song of the Year. “Leave the Door Open”, SilkSonic.

-Latin pop album: “Mendo”, Alex Cuba |

-Urban music album: “The Last Tour of the World”, BadBunny.

-Latin or alternative rock albums: “Origin”, Juanes.

-Best Alternative Album: ? Daddy’s house ?, St.Vincent.

-Mexican and Tejano Regional Album: “In my 80’s”, Vicente Fernandez.

-Tropical Album: Salswing, Rubén Blades and Robert Delgado & Orchestra.

-Latin Jazz Album: “Glass mirror”, Chick Corea and Chucho Valdes.

-Pop Solo Performance: “Driver’s license”, Olivia Rodrigo.

-Pop Duo/Performance Group: “Kiss Me More”,Doja Cat ft Sza.

-Traditional Vocal Pop Album: “Love for sale”, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.

-Vocal pop album: “sour”, Olivia Rodrigo.

-Dance/Electronic Recording: “Life”, Rüfüs Du Sol.

-Best Dance/Electronic Album: “Unconscious”, Barako Coffee.

-Contemporary Instrumental Album: “Tree Falls”, Taylor Eigsti.

-Rock Presentation: “Making Fire”, Foo Fighters.

-Metal presentation: “The Alien” Dream theater.

-Rock Album: “Medicine at Midnight”, Foo Fighters.

-Rock songs: “Waiting for a war, Foo Fighters.

-Alternative Music Album: “Daddy’s house”, St Vincent.

-Rhythm and Blues Performance: “Leave the Door Open”, sonic silk, and “Go Your Feelings”, Jasmine Sullivan.

-Traditional Rhythm and Blues Performance: “I will fight for you”, SIYA

-Progressive Rhythm and Blues Album: “Table for two”, Lucky Daye.

-Best Soundtrack Compilation for Visual Media: “The United States against Billie Holliday”.

-Best soundtrack for visual media: “Soul”, Jon Batiste, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross; and “Queen’s Gambit”, Carlos Raphael Rivera.

-Rhythm and Blues songs: “Leave the Door Open”, SilkSonic.

-Rhythm and Blues album: “HeauxTales”, Jasmine Sullivan.

-Rap performance: “Family relationships”, Baby Keem in collaboration with Kendrick Lamar.

-Melodic Rap Performance: “Hurricane”, Kanye West in collaboration with The Weeknd and Lil Baby.

-Rap Album: “Call Me If You Get Lost”, Tyler is the creator.

-Rap Song: “Cage”, Kanye West in collaboration with Jay-Z.

-Non-Classical Producer of the Year: Jack Antonoff.

-Best Latin urban album: “The Last Tour of the World”, by Bad Bunny.

-Single country performance: “You should probably leave”, Chris Stapleton.

-Country/Group Duo Performance: “IM a child”, Osborne brothers.

-Country Album: “Beginning”, Chris Stapleton.

-Best Country Song: “Cold”, Chris Stapleton.

-Best New Artist: Olivia Rodrigo.

Source: TELAM

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