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February 13, 2012 The 54th Annual Grammy Awards are undoubtedly going to be remembered as an emotionally charged moment in our cultural history. …
February 12, 2012 Update: Read our full-show recap and our live blog.
Somewhere in the world — specifically, Los Angeles — for a very uncomfortable group of people, the Grammy Awards ceremony spans six hours. Literally. The pre-telecast awards ceremony began at 5 p.m. …
February 6, 2012 The Grammy Awards are just days away, and this year's slate of nominees features loads of acts that have accumulated ample ink and pixels from SPIN over the past 12 months. Take a listen to the playlist below to get set for the show, which airs Sunday, February 12.
1. Adele, "Rolling in the Deep"
2. Bon Iver, "Holocene"
3. Mumford & Sons, "The Cave"
4. Foo Fighters, "Dear Rosemary"
5. Mastodon, "Curl of the Burl"
February 2, 2012 Dave Grohl is getting into the TV business. The Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer is executive producing a 30-minute comedy currently in the works from FX, Deadline Hollywood reports. Grohl got involved at the behest of the show's creator and star, comedian Dana Gould, who's evidently a Foo Fighters fan. And look, they both have the same initials!
The show will focus on (surprise) a rock band. …
January 31, 2012 Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters only have a couple of festival dates — and a Grammy TV performance — left on the schedule after a whirlwind tour that took the arena-tested rockers around the world (read our review of the tour's Minnesota kickoff). …
January 12, 2012 From "Super Bass" to "Hot Buns": Organizers have started to unveil the performer lineup for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards on February 12, and it's shaping up to be a refreshingly eclectic night. Foo Fighters, Nicki Minaj, and Taylor Swift will be among the nominated artists showing off their stuff at the big show, MTV reports. …
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December 14, 2011 It might get lonely being one of the last commercially successful alt-rock bands — if it weren't for all of the tens of thousands of people in the audience. Two of next year's big music festivals have unveiled their lineups, and Foo Fighters (whose Wasting Light is one our favorite albums of 2011) are among the headliners at both of them. …
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