Cana­dian con­tent

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ARTS LIFE -

The 55th an­nual Grammy Awards will be pre­sented Sun­day at Sta­ples Cen­ter in Los An­ge­les and broad­cast live on CBS and Global, 7 p.m., hosted by LL Cool J. Awards are handed out in 81 cat­e­gories, although not all at night — some will be pre­sented dur­ing an af­ter­noon cer­e­mony Key per­form­ers in­clude: Ali­cia Keys and Maroon 5, Justin Tim­ber­lake, Bruno Mars, Ri­hanna, and Sting, Frank Ocean, Tay­lor Swift and The Black Keys. This marks the first time in four years that Tim­ber­lake will grace the Grammy stage, and will be his de­but TV per­for­mance on the eve of his first stu­dio al­bum in seven years. Cana­dian nom­i­nees head­ing into the Gram­mys: Drake (three nominations): best rap al­bum ( Take Care); best rap song ( The Motto); best rap per­for­mance ( HYFR) Carly Rae Jepsen (two nominations): song of the year ( Call Me Maybe); best pop solo per­for­mance ( Call Me Maybe) Tamia (two nominations): best R&B song ( Beau­ti­ful Sur­prise); best R&B al­bum ( Beau­ti­ful Sur­prise)) Ar­cade Fire: best song writ­ten for vis­ual me­dia ( Abra­ham’s Daugh­ter from The Hunger Games) Michael Bublé: best tra­di­tional pop vo­cal al­bum ( Christ­mas) Dead­mau5: best dance/elec­tronic al­bum ( Al­bum Ti­tle Goes Here) Me­lanie Fiona: best tra­di­tional R&B per­for­mance ( Wrong Side Of A Love Song) Loreena McKen­nitt: best new age al­bum ( Troubadours on the Rhine) Howard Shore: best score sound­track for vis­ual me­dia (

best long form mu­sic

Hugo) Te­gan and Sara: video ( Get Along)

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