The 2024 Grammy Awards Night was a tremendous success! When it comes to providing sizzling performances that had fans awaited for so long and A-list audience members dancing and enjoying the moment due to music’s greatest night that just passed all the doors.
Here are all the golden moments from the 66th Grammy Awards, which includes Luke Combs‘ emotional performance alongside Tracy Chapman and Taylor Swift’s victories for her 13th and 14th Grammys.
Billie Eilish and her older brother Finneas performed on song from the Barbie soundtrack in a heartfelt way. Later that evening, the song won the “Song of the Year” award.
Leading the “In Memoriam portion’ was Stevie Wonder, who paid homage to his longtime friend Tony Bennett. Begin the award gala night by paying tribute to his late buddy and fellow musical star, who passed away in July 2023 at the age of 96.
The seventy-year-old media magnate was captured on camera at various points during the evening dancing, singing along, and generally having the best time of her life. She even showed her excitement in response to Cyrus’s incredible rendition of “Flowers.”
While receiving her 13th Grammy Award under the category “Album of the Year”, Taylor Swift announced her upcoming album “The Tortured Poets Department”, to be premiered on April 19. Taylor Swift won the award for her album Midnights.
Joni Mitchell made her Grammy debut at the age of 80, delivering an outstanding performance of her beloved song “Both Sides Now.”
Friend Brandi Carlile introduced Joni Mitchell, who also won best folk album on Sunday night, saying, ‘Whether we know it or not, any one of us out here who ever dreamed of becoming a truly self-revealing singer-songwriter did it under the influence of one and only, Joni Mitchell.”
Halfway through the ceremony, JAY-Z was honoured with the 2nd annual Dr. Dre Global Impact Award. His 12-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter accompanied his father on the stage to receive the recognition.