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Grammys 2011

Touring Arcade Fire to Perform at Juno Awards Via Video

The indie rock heroes, in the middle of their Reflektor tour, have a prior date at Lollapalooza in Santiago, Chile on March 30.

Rihanna Performs ‘We Found Love’ At Grammy Nominations Concert (Video)

The singer was nominated for album of the year along with Adele, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and The Foo Fighters Wednesday night.

Rihanna, Usher and The Band Perry Added To Grammy Awards Nomination Concert

The acts join previously announced performers Lady Gaga, Ludacris, and Sugarland for the LL Cool J-hosted Nov. 30 show.

Lady Gaga, Jason Aldean to Perform at Grammy Nominations Concert

LL Cool J hosts the show, which takes place on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at the Nokia Theatre.

Grammy Attacker and Hip-Hop Ad Man Steve Stoute on the ‘Tanning of America’ (Q&A)

In his new book, the music exec-turned-marketing game changer explains "how hip-hop created a culture that rewrote the rules of the new economy."

Dan Peek: 5 Things to Know

The founding member of '70s band America died Sunday at his Missouri home at age 60.

Grammys: CBS, Recording Academy Announce 10-Year Deal

The net will air the annual music show through 2021.

Arcade Fire’s Manager Defends Their Grammy Win, Double Performance

Scott Rodgers responds to Steve Stoute's full-page New York Times ad that blasted the show and the Canadian band.

Arcade Fire Manager Responds To Steve Stoute, Explains Grammy Appearance

The band's double performance on the Grammys was "no big plot," says manager Scott Rodger, but calls their slot "a bit of a farce."

Music Industry Pundits Respond to Steve Stoute’s NYT Ad

The hip hop marketing exec criticized the Grammys for being out of touch with mainstream music and using today's pop stars to draw ratings. Industry reaction was swift, but also mixed.

Reggae Singer Buju Banton Convicted on Cocaine Charges

The Jamaican recording artist's "Before the Dawn" won best reggae album at last week's Grammy Awards.

Steve Stoute Explains $40,000 NYT Ad Attacking Grammys

The marketing executive reveals the reasons for his open letter to the Recording Academy.