What to Expect From the 2017 Grammy Awards
The 2017 Grammy Awards nominees have been revealed and some of the biggest country releases of 2016 have been named. While music fans will have to wait until February to learn the winners in each category, we're breaking down all the important details ahead of the big show.
Maren Morris scored four nominations on Dec. 6, including the all-genre Best New Artist category where she is joined by fellow country artist Kelsea Ballerini. While Morris nabbed the most Grammy nods in country music, including the Best Country Album, Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance categories, Keith Urban comes in a close second as he earned three nominations for “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and his Ripcord album. Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney, Dolly Parton and Chris Young have also been named as country nominees in the 2017 Grammy Awards.
2017 marks the 59th annual Grammy Awards.
The awards show will broadcast live on Feb. 12. The televised ceremony will begin at 8PM ET on CBS, while the pre-telecast premiere ceremony will begin at 3:30PM ET.
The 2017 Grammy Awards take place in Los Angeles, Calif., at the famed Staples Center.
The 59th annual Grammy Awards celebrate the biggest names in music. The all-genre awards show will showcase performances and awards in 84 categories that range from country, Americana, bluegrass and folk to pop, hip-hop, rock and more.
The 59th annual Grammy Awards will be hosted by the Late Late Show's James Corden. Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood will perform a duet together, while Maren Morris will team with Alicia Keys and Kelsea Ballerini will duet with Lukas Graham. Little Big Town and Sturgill Simpson will also perform. For a complete list of nominees and categories, visit www.grammy.com.