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GRAMMY Live To Bring Fans Music's Biggest Night On Every Screen

GRAMMY Live will offer music lovers exclusive access to the GRAMMYs' most memorable moments
Posted on Feb 10, 2016 | 04:00am
If you want a VIP pass for the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, you're in luck!

The Recording Academy and CBS are launching GRAMMY Live at 3e/12p, which will provide multi-platform access to the most buzz-worthy moments from Music's Biggest Night® slated for Monday, Feb. 15 at 8e/5p.

With GRAMMY Live, fans will have the perfect view of all the glamorous red carpet arrivals and exciting behind-the-scenes action leading up to—and throughout—this year's GRAMMY Awards. 


"The GRAMMYs was the first award show to offer fans live-streaming companion content," said Evan Greene, Chief Marketing Officer for The Recording Academy. "Now, in our seventh year of producing GRAMMY Live, we continue to listen to what fans want and offer exclusive access for the ultimate engagement experience." 

Boost your at-home viewing experience with these GRAMMY Live perks: 

1. Say hello to the GRAMMYcam. This camera will be placed in the base of a GRAMMY statue and offer fans an unprecedented POV from the actual award. Winners receiving GRAMMYs at both the Feb. 15 telecast and Premiere Ceremony will be holding the GRAMMYcam, which is set to capture the champ's Award-winning experience right then and there.

2. Go backstage and take a stroll on the red carpet. Delivering all the exciting behind-the-scenes coverage will be vlogger Dulce Candy and music correspondent Quddus. The pair will also be joined by online tastemaker Tyler Oakley, who will interact with stars on the red carpet, and radio personality Ted Stryker, who will be getting the inside scoop from all the celebs backstage. 

3. Choose your pick of multiple camera angles. How you experience GRAMMY Live is up to you! Choose from a variety of different—and exclusive!—live-streaming footage taken from the audience, behind-the-scenes cameras, producer's tunnel, and official GRAMMY winners portrait sessions, which will be captured by famed photographer Danny Clinch. 

4. Watch the GRAMMY Premiere Ceremony. Join fellow GRAMMY Live access holders in viewing the Premiere Ceremony, which is the only place where winners in more than 70 categories will be announced.

5. Chime into the GRAMMY conversation. See what everyone's talking about through real-time social media trends, commentary, and curated posts.  

6. Enjoy all the best GRAMMY moments over and over again. Wrap-up the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards with a comprehensive recap of the winners, performances, and fashion highlights. 

GRAMMY Live kicks off on Monday, Feb. 15 at 12p/3e at GRAMMY.com and CBS.com, as well as on both the GRAMMY Live app and CBS App for iOS, Android, and Windows 10. Desktop and mobile coverage will continue throughout the live broadcast.

Don't miss a moment of the 58th GRAMMY Awards, hosted by entertainment icon and two-time GRAMMY Award winner LL COOL J, when the ceremony is broadcast live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on Monday, Feb. 15 at 8e/5p on CBS. Plus, the Awards will also be available for streaming on CBS All Access.

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