Category Archives: Grammys

Artificial Intelligence descends on the 60th Grammy Awards!

The 60th annual Grammy’s may not have robots strutting down the red carpet this year but instead will be hailed the first awards show to have its content generated by artificial Intelligence technology.  The IBM AI Watson platform has partnered … Continue reading

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So much, much, much more than Raffi

With the arrival of our third granddaughter on Friday, my wife and I are left to ponder what lies ahead in our near-term music-listening future – just in time for the Grammys. Lisa Loeb is nominated for the Best Children’s … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Boomer: Six Stories About the 2018 Grammys I Didn’t Know and Don’t Much Care About (Sorry)

GETTY IMAGES Thanks to the music reporter for the BBC, Mark Savage, I have been let in on “Six Stories” that “I need to know” about the upcoming awards at Madison Square Garden, “including Carrie Fisher’s nomination” ( When you … Continue reading

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Facebook’s newest ad play – Challenging YouTube

As you may know, in 2014, YouTube officially became the second-largest search engine, with over 300 hours of content uploaded every minute, and a billion unique visitors watch more than six billion hours of video every month. In combination with showcasing countless makeup … Continue reading

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The 59th Annual Grammy Awards: Your Age is Showing

The Grammy Awards is currently experiencing a big existential crisis with their consistent decline in viewership over the past few years, especially, among viewers aged 18-49. Although, the awards show did manage to at least maintain the same average rating as last year’s show … Continue reading

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And the Grammy Award goes to…Intersectional Feminism!

I always knew I liked Adele. Even though her vocal technique makes me cringe at times (as a person who holds a BMus degree in Vocal Performance, I hold vocal health and proper technique near and dear to my heart, … Continue reading

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Political Free Oscars

In scanning the headlines about social media engagement and the Oscars, I came across this interesting tool which measures the number of Facebook mentions by the minute and by state during the Oscars.  I was interested in watching this reaction … Continue reading

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Clap Along If You Were Happy to See #BlackLivesMatter on Grammys

Just when I thought I’ve had enough of “Happy”, Pharrell Williams surprised me again with a cool twist of the song on this year’s Grammy Awards. The cinematic opening, the gospel choir, and surprise entrance of Chinese pianist Lang Lang … Continue reading

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Hey Girl, You Posting Up Here All Alone?

What if I told you that the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences had only one person controlling all of their social media platforms during the Grammy Awards? You’d probably figure I was lying because there is no way … Continue reading

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