Trips4Fundraising Behind the Red Carpet at 53rd Annual Grammy Awards Promotions in Los Angeles
Congratulations to all of this year’s talented winners!
Zac Brown Band
Pat Monahan from Train
Elly Jackson from La Roux
Trips4Fundraising was behind the red carpet with the talented Grammy nominees and winners and captured hot shots with this year’s Grammy winners and nominees. Check them out!
The show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles made headlines, especially, the talented Lady Gaga and Nashville trio, Lady Antebellum, who won 5 Grammys! I thought these two stole the show and Lady Gaga’s entrance in an egg had everyone’s curiosity and attention. 109 Grammys were awarded this year! Did you realize there were so many categories?
AND THE WINNERS ARE (Not all 109, Just the ones we got on camera!)
Zac Brown Band’s “Free” and “You get what you Give” lost to Lady Antebellum for the Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals, Best Country Song and Best Country Album but they managed to win Best Country Collaboration With Vocals for “As She’s Walking Away” with Alan Jackson. The English group, La Roux, was nominated for Best Dance Recording for “In For The Kill” and they won Best Electronic/Dance Album. R&B, Hip Hop Artist, Faith Evans, was nominated for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. “Imagine” with Herbie Hancock, Seal, Pink, Jeff Beck and others won the Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals. Herbie Hancock also won Best Improvised Jazz Solo for “A Change is Gonna Come”. Train’s “Hey, Soul Sister” won Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals. JAzz and Pop Artist, Kenny G had his album, Heart And Soul nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album. Country Music Singer Gretchen Wilson’s “I’d Love To Be Your Last” was nominated for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Country Music Singer Chris Young’s, “Gettin’ You Home”, was nominated for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.