R&B singer Beyonce experienced a record setting night at the 52nd annual Grammys in Los Angeles, claiming a total of six awards. The longtime performer is currently touring in Brazil and Argentina before taking an expected hiatus for the remainder of 2010. Taylor Swift left the building with four Grammys, most notably for “Album of the Year” and “Best Country Album.” America’s newest country sensation performed her smash hit “You Belong With Me” with Stevie Nicks, calling it a “fairy tale come true.” Gillette Stadium is ready to play host to Swift on Saturday, June 5th.
Bon Jovi showcased songs from their latest project along with the timeless single “Livin’ on a Prayer” in their first ever Grammy performance. The band will also be featured at the home of the New England Patriots on Saturday, July 24th as part of their 2010 summer tour.
Lady Gaga won “Best Dance Recording” and “Best Electronic/Dance Album” with her chart topping debut album “The Fame.” Kings of Leon and Black Eyed Peas were most recognized in regards to group performance and recording. Fergie, will.i.am and crew are scheduled to headline the TD Garden in Boston, MA on Friday, February 26th. Notable male Awards included Jay-Z for “Best Rap Solo Performance” and Jason Mraz for “Best Male Vocal Performance.”