Country Music Took The Stage At Last Nightâ€™s Grammys
February 11, 2013 at 7:35 AM (PT)
Country music was well-represented last night (2/10), at the 55th Annual GRAMMY AWARDS. Performances included artists such as CARRIE UNDERWOOD, KELLY CLARKSON, MIRANDA LAMBERT, TAYLOR SWIFT, DIERKS BENTLEY, HUNTER HAYES and ZAC BROWN.
To open the show, SWIFT performed her single "Never Ever Getting Back Together,” which can be viewed by clicking here.
LAMBERT and BENTLEY joined together to sing "Over You" and "Home." The two-song act can be watched here, and fans can see the artists touring together on the "LOCKED & RELOADED TOUR."
A performance of "TENNESSEE Waltz" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," a tribute to PATTI PAGE and CAROLE KING, was performed by CLARKSON and may be viewed here.
After playing some of his hit "Wanted," HAYES introduced UNDERWOOD, who sang her award-winning "Blown Away." The performance can be viewed by clicking here. The two are currently on the “BLOWN AWAY TOUR.”
Finally, click here to see ZAC BROWN, who took the stage with producer T BONE BURNETT and artists ELTON JOHN, MAVIS STAPLES, MUMFORD & SONS and more to pay a tribute to late drummer/artist LEVON HELM.