Friday, December 16, 2016

10 best grammy performances of all time

Posted by Arti Sneha

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards were announced on February 12, 2017, 8:00 PM PST. Like me, most of you cannot wait till the actual Grammy Awards 2017 begins. So, for those people like me here is a list of 10 best Grammy Awards performances of all time. 

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1. Taylor Swift - All Too Well

Taylor Swift nailed all the other performances when she did a solo performance of All Too Well. The song was so intense that it left many of the audience in tears. Watch the amazing Grammy performance below!

2. Adele - Rolling In The Deep

Adele, the name is enough to send a sensation down the spine. The marvelous singer owned the stage in 2012. She also took the night's most distinguished Grammy award. We can't wait to see her perform again at the 2017 Grammys again!

3. Eric Clapton - Tears In Heaven

Eric Clapton stole our hearts when he performed tears in heaven. The marvelous performance took many breaths the night. 

4. Taylor Swift - Out Of The Woods

The 10 time Grammy winner nailed the previous year Grammy Awards with her amazing speech and stunning performance. The fans were so influenced that they even brought the 1989 band with them. Watch the singer nail the performance below.

5. Beyonce - Drunk In Love

Beyonce doesn't need words. She is Beyonce! Watch ther perform Drunk in Love at the Grammy Awards.

6. Katy Perry - Dark Horse

The art based performance blew our minds when we first saw this. Katy Perry was dressed like a witch, and she totally seized the show with all her co-performers. This is undoubtedly a special watch!

7. Carry Underwood - Blown Away

Carry Underwood performed Blown Away just to blow us away. Later that night, she was also awarded a Grammy. 

8. Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love you

This mesmerizing performance of Whitney Houston will surely bring tears to your eyes. The song is based on romantical genre and takes to all kinds of fantasies.

9. Jennifer Hudson - I Will Always Love you

The Grammy show is actually a cover of Whitney Houston's original I will always love you. The song was performed as a funeral memorial for Whitney Houston by Jennifer Hudson at Grammys 2013. Watch this to dive into your loving memories!

10. Alicia Keys and Jamie Foxx - Georgia On My Mind

If you liked the original Georgia on my mind, you are sure to fall in love with this performance.

What do you think? Which of the performance you like the most? Do not forget to tell us in the comment section below!

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