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Grammy Awards 2023 nominations: Beyonce TIES all time record as she leads the way with NINE nods
Beyonce led the way with an incredible nine nods as the nominations for the 65th Grammy Awards, tying the record for most nominations of all-time with a total of 88.The 40-year-old A-lister happened to tally up the same amount of total nominations as her own husband Jay-Z at 88 while the 52-year-old mogul held the previous record of 83 and racked up another five bringing them to the same total.Not far behind the Queen Bey were British singing megastars Adele and Harry Styles who both earned seven and six, respectively, announced The Recording Academy in a livestreamed event from Los Angeles on Tuesday morning. Rapper Kendrick Lamar had the second most nominations with eight as singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile also tied Adele with seven. Epic: Beyonce (pictured last month) led the way with an incredible nine nods as the nominations for the 65th Grammy Awards as she tied the record for most nominations of all-time with a total of 88 Queen and king:  The 40-year-old A-lister happened to tally up the same amount of total nominations her own husband Jay-Z at 88 as the 52-year-old mogul held the previous record of 83 and racked up another five bringing them to the same total, they are pictured together in February 2019Beyonce, Adele, Harry, Kendrick, and Brandi will face off in several different categories including top honor album of the year. The top prize features an impressive and extensive field including ABBA - Voyage, Adele - 30, Bad Bunny - Un Verano Sin Ti, Beyoncé - Renaissance, Brandi Carlile - In These Silent Days, Coldplay - Music of the Spheres, Harry Styles - Harry’s House, Kendrick Lamar - Mr.
Brandi Carlile - James Franco - Steve Martin - Saturday Night Live closes out 2022 with three consecutive shows - dailymail.co.uk - county Butler - Austin, county Butler - city Austin, county Butler
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Saturday Night Live closes out 2022 with three consecutive shows
Saturday Night Live has just revealed the final three hosts and musical guests for 2022, starting with Keke Palmer this coming weekend.Palmer, 29, will host the December 3 episode with musical guest SZA, according to an NBC press release and tweet.She'll be followed by comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short pulling dual hosting duties on December 10 with musical guest Brandi Carlile and Austin Butler wrapping up the year on December 17 with musical guest Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Final 3: Saturday Night Live has just revealed the final three hosts and musical guests for 2022, starting with Keke Palmer this coming weekend Dual hosts: She'll be followed by comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short pulling dual hosting duties on December 10 with musical guest Brandi Carlile and Austin Butler wrapping up the year on December 17 with musical guest Yeah Yeah Yeahs Hosting debut: Palmer will be making her hosting debut on December 3, coming off her it movie Nope, and she recently debuted her Baby, This Is Keke Palmer podcast on AmazonPalmer will be making her hosting debut on December 3, coming off her it movie Nope, and she recently debuted her Baby, This Is Keke Palmer podcast on Amazon.SZA will return to Studio 8H for the second time, following her debut in December 2017 alongside host James Franco, with her latest single, Shirt, already amassing 60 million streams worldwide.
Brandi Carlile - Chris Willman-Senior - Behind the Scenes of Brandi Carlile’s IMAX Concert in Laurel Canyon, and Her New Album, ‘In the Canyon Haze’ - variety.com - county Canyon - county Laurel
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Behind the Scenes of Brandi Carlile’s IMAX Concert in Laurel Canyon, and Her New Album, ‘In the Canyon Haze’
Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Brandi Carlile’s IMAX livecast Wednesday evening couldn’t have been better timed in the calendar year, coming just a few days after the equinox. A nationwide live simulcast on IMAX screens pretty much demands a universal start time of 6 p.m. PT/9 ET,  a time frame that, in the last week of September, means a 90-minute show being shot outdoors on a ridge overlooking L.A. will start sunny and end with a dark sky and the basin at its twinkliest. Cinematographers everywhere couldn’t have asked the movie gods for a more compliant dusk than the one Carlile and her band and filmmaking team got. She’s having her own magic hour, of course … definitely not to be confused with a twilight, in her case. The Carlile album that came out just about a year ago, “In These Silent Days,” carried on its Grammy-winning predecessor’s success in further establishing her as America’s troubadour du jour in the classic singer-songwriter vein. Now she’s celebrating that anniversary with a deluxe edition that includes a separate, all-new rendering of the album, titled “In the Canyon Haze,” featuring re-arrangements meant to invoke the spirit of early ‘70s Laurel Canyon folk-rock just as blatantly as the altered title suggests. There’s something almost ironically contrary about marrying the new record’s intimacy to giant screens — Lookout Mountain meets “Attack of the 50-Foot Woman”? — but with a little bit of help, maybe, from the spirits of the hippie holler, it worked.
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Marcus Mumford on Making the Year’s Boldest Album, Collaborating With Steven Spielberg and Brandi Carlile, and the Future of Mumford and Sons
Marcus Mumford released “Cannibal,” the lead-off song for his first solo album, he was very much declaring a different set of lyrical as well as musical intentions. But for most of the press and public, the focus immediately got put on peripheral matters. Like: Did the existence of a solo project mean Mumford and Sons were breaking up? Had tension over one of the band members leaving last year amid controversy forced a fissure in the group? And then, on the lighter side, hey, how about that Steven Spielberg clip for “Cannibal,” the first music video the filmmaker had ever done? All good, reasonable questions… and all of them burying the lead, as it were. But when Brandi Carlile, who co-wrote and sings on the new album’s final track, “How,” publicly praised him for his bravery and described the album — “Self-Titled” — as “a trust fall,” something more seemed to be afoot than the very modest amount of courage it might take for a star frontman to go solo. And then Mumford went public in confirming what fans who’d listened carefully to “Cannibal” had already figured out: that it was a song addressing someone who sexually abused him in his childhood. The rest of “Self-Titled,” which arrives this weekend, is not so strictly focused on that particular trauma as “Cannibal” and “How” are, but they all touch on points in a lifelong series of reconciliations that will strike deep chords in any listeners who may be on the same journey from horror to healing.
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