1. An award given out to musicians of all different types of music that have done great things in the music inductry.
2. A special on CBS every year where people do performances.
1. How some people win grammys is and will alwas be a mystery.
2. Did you see the performances at the Grammys? It was amazing. Well J-lo's was fake but besides that...
The grammys are the greatest sham in the history of music. An awards show whose sole purpose is to promote artists who have already sold millions of records so that they can sell even more records. A product of American consumption and corporate whoredom.
Sufjan Stevens will never win a Grammy (and if he ever does, it will have been a truly sad day).
Short for the word, Grandma.
Grammy made some chocolate chip cookies today. They taste excellent.
1. Bad; opposite of good 2. Possessing the qualities of badness.
"Oh man, that dak
is grammy aye" "Yeah, 'snot good aye"
Of or resembling a graham cracker in any way.
I don't want to eat this smore; it's too grammy.
An award show for all music artists except country artists who insist on having their own award show. (Country Music Awards CMA). The artists pat each other on the back and the only reason the majority of people watch is for live performances by hot artists.
1: Did you watch the Grammys last night?
2: No, I recorded so I can skip to Bruno Mars's performance.
1: Smart move man, I'd never heard of half the winners.
an old bitchy woman who likes your little brother more than she likes you, and only takes you to the movies when he goes too. Constanly yells and eventualy you just want to give her the ol' chuck norris to the face
You: Hey guys wanna to go the movies?
Nate: Sure sounds like a plan!
You: Damn, grammy has to take us good thing there's a movie markie wants to see.
Known as “Music’s Biggest Night”. Recording industry awards started in 1959 to honor music artist who at that time had little way of receiving recognition.
On May 4, the 1st Annual GRAMMY Awards dinner presentations (for 1958 releases) are simultaneously held in two locations, the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., and the Park Sheraton Hotel in New York City. There are 28 original award categories. As of 2009 now has 31 fields or categories covering all genres of music and technical portions such as production, arrangement etc. These may be further broken down by Best Male, Best Female, Best Solo, Best Duet, Best Group Etc.
Past notable winners Range from Frank Sinatra to Bruce Springsteen “Film/TV/Video” , Alicia Keys to Usher “R&B”, Amy Winehouse, to Perry Como for “Pop”, Eagles to Bob Dylan “Rock”, Coolio to Jay Z “Rap”, even the then Senator Barack Obama 2005 “Spoken Word” category for “Dreams From My Father” and again in 2007 for “The Audacity Of Hope”.
The tropy resembles a small, gilded gramophone (of the 1920's)statuette.
Did you see Robert Plant and Alison Krauss won a Grammy for "Gone, Gone, Gone."