The biggest musical event of the year is returned once more, and it happened on February 5, 2023. Every year, the Grammy Awards, or simply the Grammys, are held to honor outstanding achievements in the music industry. The awards are given out by The Recording Academy, a team of experts from the music business who select the nominees and winners.
The Grammys need extensive planning, from selecting nominees and performers to practicing and setting up the stage. The Recording Academy has revealed the initial lineup of musicians on the stage this year. The 2023 Grammy Awards were performed by artists such as Mary J. Blige, Bad Bunny, and Lizzo. Here’s what J-Lo & Ben were really ‘fighting’ about at the Grammys.
The History of the Grammys: A Look Back At The Evolution Of The Awards Show Over The Years
Originally known as the Gramophone Awards, the first Grammys ceremony took place in 1959. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) created the prize to honor exceptional music business successes. The awards were once only given out in a small number of categories. However, they have now grown to over 80 categories, reflecting the great variety of musical genres and styles.
The Grammys have grown to be a significant event in the music industry. This year’s performers, Bad Bunny, Lizzo, and Mary J. Blige, are also Album of the Year nominees. The Grammys have been live-televised since 1971, allowing viewers to watch the ceremony and see their favorite performers receiving awards.