Welcome to the 62nd annual Grammy Awards! Keep an eye on this post, as we’ll update it with more information about the award show, Seattle nominees and more.
We’ll spend the next nine hours following Seattle’s nominees in music’s biggest night.
Pearl Jam’s album preview, Brandi Carlile’s show: Behind the scenes with the Seattle contingent during Grammy week
Ahead of the Grammy Awards Sunday night, Seattle Times music writer Michael Rietmulder spent some time seeing what the Seattle contingent was up to in L.A. during Grammy week.
Brandi Carlile could add to her Grammy haul this year, including for her work as co-producer on Tanya Tucker’s album
A year after Brandi Carlile earned three Grammys and a standing ovation at the 2019 awards, she may win more come Sunday. It’s a rare feat for an individual artist to be nominated as a performer, songwriter and producer at the same awards, especially on different projects.
Artists with Seattle ties who’ve been nominated for this year’s Grammy Awards are part of a well-rounded group.
Seattle brothers Barry and Jeff Ament are up for Best Recording Package at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, a chance to win for a uniquely Seattle project.
How Seattle rock ‘n’ roller Chris Ballew found himself — and a Grammy nom — as children’s musician Caspar Babypants
Chris Ballew, former frontman for Seattle group The Presidents of the United States of America, is up for his first Grammy since his days with the band. “Flying High!,” recorded under his alter ego Caspar Babypants, is up for Best Children’s Album.
‘I get it this year’: Brandi Carlile receives more Grammy Award nods; several artists with Seattle-area ties are recognized, too
Maple Valley’s Brandi Carlile won her first three Grammy Awards earlier this year. Now she’s been nominated for a few more. Others locals who were nominated include Jeff Ament, Barry Ament and Caspar Babypants aka Chris Ballew.