- Madonna, and no one yet knows what she will do, but scroll down to find out
- Metallica with Ling Ling, yes the pianist
- Two of the Beatles: Paul McCartney and Ringo Star, together...and did you realize they broke up almost 44 years ago...44 years. Above, John and George, who are no longer with us.
- I'll look forward to Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons (you surely must be familiar with their Radioactive...I'm not), also together, because I haven't the faintest idea who they are, but many say Lamar has staying power, and I love dragons.
- Robin Thicke (of Blurred Lines and Miley Cyrus fame, but she won't be there) with Chicago.
- Also performing will be Willie Nelson, Carole King, Kris Kristofferson, Blake Shelton and more.
Although they looked lovey-dovey sitting next to each other in the front row. I still can't believe Lorde is 17, but she won two awards:
Macklemore and Lewis got four Grammys:
French pop duo Daft Punk prevailed on five awards. They're in the middle with Pharrel Williams and Nile Rogers for Get Lucky.
They wear Star Wars helmets when they entertain: Robin Thicke sang with Chicago:
Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons:
Paul (71) and Ringo (73) performed McCartney's new song:
Bruno got an award for something:
Merle Haggard (76}, Kris Kristoferson (77) and Willie Nelson (almost 80) joined Blake Shelton (37):
Stevie Wonder (63) and Daft Punk:
Carole King (72) and Sarah Bareilles :
Metallica and Lang Lang:
Madonna showed up with Queen Latifah, Macklemore & Lewis and more to serenade 33 marriages of all kinds, even conventional:
A tribute to the Everly Brothers (Phil passed away last year) by Miranda Lambert and Billy Joe Armstrong:
Finale with Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac, Nine Inch Nails, and Queens of the Stone Age:
The show went overtime and finished at 10:45PM or so. Of final interest:
- There were 82 winning categories, but only a few were actually presented on the TV show, for this was almost pure entertainment.
- Herb Alpert (yes, that's 77-year old Herb Alpert to the right, famous for A Taste of Honey and Whipped Cream) won Best Pop Instrumental Album with "Stepping Out."
- If you want the complete story, click on The Guardian.