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Good luck to Live Nation’s 2019 Grammy Award nominees!

Written by LN Team / February 07, 2019

The Grammy Awards are set to take place this coming Sunday evening (Monday in Australia + New Zealand), and ahead of the ceremony we’d like to wish luck to all Live Nation touring artists who are nominated for awards!

The night will see hundreds of performers up for the most prestigious awards in music, and will also see a number of artists take to the stage as performers - including H.E.R., Lady Gaga, and even a combined performance with Post Malone and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.

Check out our artist’s nominations below, with some of our favourite songs from the acts too...

Alice In Chains
Best Rock Album (‘Rainier Fog’)

Anderson .Paak
Best Rap Performance (‘Bubblin’)

Ariana Grande
Best Pop Solo Performance (‘God Is a Woman’), Best Pop Vocal Album (‘Sweetener’)

Bring Me The Horizon
Best Rock Song (‘Mantra’)

The Carters (Beyoncé & Jay-Z)
Best R&B Performance (‘Summer’), Best Urban Contemporary Album (‘Everything Is Love’), Best Music Video (‘Apeshit’)

Childish Gambino
Record Of The Year (‘This Is America’), Song Of The Year (‘This Is America’), Best R&B Song (‘Feels Like Summer’), Best Rap/Sung Performance (‘This Is America’), Best Music Video (‘This Is America’)

Drake
Record of the Year (‘God’s Plan’), Album of the Year (‘Scorpion’), Song of the Year (‘God’s Plan’), Best Rap Performance (‘Nice For What’), Best Rap Performance (‘Sicko Mode’ with Travis Scott, Big Hawk & Swan Lee), Best Rap Song (‘God’s Plan’)

Dua Lipa
Best New Artist, Best Dance Recording (‘Electricity’ with Silk City)

Future
Best Rap Performance (‘King’s Dead’ with Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock & James Blake), Best Rap Song (‘King’s Dead’)

Greta Van Fleet
Best New Artist, Best Rock Performance (‘Highway Tune’), Best Rock Song (‘Black Smoke Rising’), Best Rock Album (‘From The Fires’)

J. Cole
Best R&B Song (‘Come Through And Chill’ with Miguel), Best Rap/Sung Performance (‘Pretty Little Fears’ with 6lack)

Halestorm
Best Rock Performance (‘Uncomfortable’)

H.E.R.
Album of the Year (‘H.E.R.’), Best New Artist, Best R&B Performance (‘Best Part’ featuring Daniel Caesar), Best R&B Song (‘Focus’), Best R&B Album (‘H.E.R.’)

Kendrick Lamar
Record of the Year (‘All The Stars’ with SZA), Album of the Year (‘Black Panther’ soundtrack), Song of the Year (‘All The Stars’ with SZA), Best Rap Performance (‘King’s Dead’ with Jay Rock, Future & James Blake), Best Rap/Sung Performance (‘All The Stars’ with SZA), Best Rap Song (‘King’s Dead’ with Jay Rock, Future & James Blake), Best Song Written for Visual Media (‘All The Stars’ with SZA)

Lady Gaga
Record of the Year (‘Shallow’ with Bradley Cooper), Song of the Year (‘Shallow’ with Bradley Cooper), Best Pop Solo Performance (‘Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)’), Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (‘Shallow’ with Bradley Cooper), Best Song Written for Visual Media (‘Shallow’ with Bradley Cooper)

Maroon 5
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (‘Girls Like You’ with Cardi B)

Miguel
Best R&B Song (‘Come Through And Chill’), Best Urban Contemporary Album (‘War & Leisure’), Best Song Written for Visual Media (‘Remember Me’ from ‘Coco’)

P!nk
Best Pop Vocal Album (‘Beautiful Trauma’)

Post Malone
Record of the Year (‘Rockstar’ with 21 Savage), Album of the Year (‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’), Best Pop Solo Performance (‘Better Now’), Best Rap/Sung Performance (‘Rockstar’ with 21 Savage),

Taylor Swift
Best Pop Vocal Album (‘Reputation’)

Twenty One Pilots
Best Rock Song (‘Jumpsuit’)

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