Your Definitive Guide to the Grammys in 2014: The best ways to watch it, The Performers, and the Presenters

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Every year the Grammy’s come and anxiety mounts as artist and fans alike anticipate receiving the one of the most coveted awards in the Music Industry. This year, the Grammy’s will be held on Sunday, January 26th 2014 at 8pm in the Staples Center. However, if you want to watch the entire ceremony, don’t have cable, or only want to view the acts and awards you care about let this page be your guide. The event is always highly watched and therefore has a ton of commercials. If your like most people and don’t want to watch the whole event, including commercials, and long winded thank yous;  follow these people on twitter  and  These twitter feeds are going to be live tweeting the whole event so you don’t have to sit through the boring stuff and won’t miss the fun stuff.



The first stream your going to want to see is The Grammy’s Pre-Telecast Ceremony. The ceremony starts streaming live Sunday at 1 pm and runs til 3:30 p.m. PT on and The Pre-telecast will be hosted by Cyndi Lauper who  looks like this:


Lauper will present 70 awards that you will not be able to catch on television during the main ceremony. The pre-telecast ceremony will also have nominees performances.

Nominees Performing during the Pre-Telecast include:

  1. Sarah Jarosz

2.  Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite 



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4. La Santa Cecilia

5.  Summer Horns with the Larry Batiste Orchestra along with special gues Verdine White

6. Roomful of Teeth

5. Then the Moment you’ve been waiting for! The Grammys  begin at 8pm! Stream it from for backstage and behind the scenes coverage go back to

You can find full list of Nominees and what they were nominated for here:     grammy-award

Full list of performances and presenters (because it doesn’t exist anywhere else on the internet):

  1. Performances:
    1. Daft Punk with Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Willliams and Stevie Wonder
    2. Imagine Dragons
    3. Katy Perry
    4. Kendrick Lamar
    5. Lorde
    6. Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, and Blake Shelton
    7. Metallica and Lang Lang
    8. Pink and Nate Ruess
    9. Robin Thicke and Chicago
    10. Taylor Swift
    11. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
    12. Beyonce and Jay-Z (It’s rumored that Madonna may come on stage as well)jayz-beyonce
    13. John Legend
    14. Kacey Musgraves
    15. Keith Urban
    16. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr
    17. Sara Bareilles and Carole King
    18. Bruno Mars
    19. Hunter Hayes
    20. Gary Clark Jr
    21. Nine Inch Nails
    22. Queens of the Stone Age
    23.  Dave Grohl
    24. Lindsey Buckingham 
    1. LL Cool Jay (Host)
    2. Marc Anthony
    3. Black Sabbathozzy-osbourne
    4. Zac Brown
    5. Gloria Estefan
    6. Anna Faris
    7. Jamie Foxx
    8. Ariana Grande
    9. Neil Patrick Harris
    10. Olivia Harrison
    11. Anna Kendrick
    12. Alicia Keys
    13. Juanes
    14. Cyndi Lauper
    15. Jared Leto
    16. Bruno Mars
    17. Martina Mcride
    18. Miguel
    19. Yoko Ono
    20. Smokey Robinson
    21. Ryan Seacrest


Notable snubs and shock nominations:

That’s it! Your guide to the Grammy’s is complete! For updates be sure to follow us on twitter at

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