Did you watch The Grammy Awards last night? We did, and were very excited to watch your favorite bands and musicians take the stage in a spectacular show. Some of the highlights from this year’s Grammy’s include: Adele winning both the Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance award (for Chasing Pavements) as well as many awards won by Robert Plant and Coldplay.
You’ll recognize a lot of your favorite songs on the list of Grammy Award winners: Ne-Yo won the award for Best R & B Male Vocal Performance for his version of Miss Independent. You may recall that American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson had performed that song as the second single from her debut album “Thankful.” The song Viva La Vida by Coldplay won the Grammy for Song of the Year, as well as the award for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals. The instrumental song I Dreamed There Was No War by The Eagles also won for Best Pop Instrumental Performance. John Mayer, who continues to be a Musicnotes.com customer favorite year after year, took home a few awards. The songs Gravity by John Mayer and Say both won awards as well.
It should come as no surprise that veteran musician Robert Plant won several awards, including the Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals award for the song Rich Woman by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
The night was big for sheet music from movies and Broadway shows as well. Down to Earth from Wall-E won Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media and the Tony award-winning musical In the Heights won for Best Musical Show Album. One very interesting win were songs featured from the Dark Knight, which took home the Best Score Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media award.
Musicnotes.com would like to extend its sincere congratulations and best wishes to all the winners and nominees for this year’s star-studded show, including your favorite artists that we might have missed in this post. As always, we encourage you to keep those song suggestions coming in and remind you that many of these bands are currently on tour, too.
Just in case you weren’t able to watch last night’s Grammy awards, you can watch musical performances from the 2009 Grammys on Mahalo.com.
Coldplay Sheet Music for Viva la Vida on sale for 25% off!
Ever since Coldplay‘s new album Viva La Vida debuted last August, we have heard nothing but positive reviews about piano sheet music for this popular artist from the UK. As our way of saying “thank you” to everyone who requested sheet music for Coldplay, we’d like to offer you a special offer now through midnight on Saturday, February 21st.
Take 25% off all sheet music for the album Viva La Vida by Coldplay now through February 21st. This sale includes all Guitar Guru Sessions for songs from the album, too! No coupon code is required, the price is reflected when you preview the sheet or the session.
We hope you enjoyed the Grammy awards and encourage you to continue your support for your favorite musicians, bands and songwriters! For more about the Grammys, visit the official website of the Grammy awards or follow the Grammys on Twitter!