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Preparations are underway for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, broadcasting live Sunday, April 3, on CBS and streaming services. (Francis Specker/CBS)
What TV channel are the 2022 Grammys on? What time do the 64th Grammy Awards start?
The 64th Grammy Awards will air on Sunday, April 3 (4/3/2022), at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS, and will be available to stream live on fuboTV, Paramount+ Premium and other live streaming services.
The big four awards categories, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist, are up for grabs on the music industry’s biggest night of the year. The ceremony recognizes music released between September 1, 2020, to September 30, 2021, and will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Jon Batiste received the most nominations this year with 11, followed by Doja Cat, H.E.R., and Justin Bieber tied with eight. The ceremony was delayed from January and relocated due to the Covid-19 Omicron variant.
Celebrity presenters this year include Jared Leto, Ludacris, Anthony Mackie and more. There will also be performances by nominated artists, like BTS, Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish and more.
The awards show starts at 8:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 3, 2022.
The Grammys will be broadcast on CBS.
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The Recording Academy introduced some changes in the nomination process this year, including ditching its anonymous selection committees and allowing its 11,000 voters to chose nominees in certain categories like album and song of the year. Top categories like Album of the Year and Song of the Year now allow 10 nominees, instead of eight.
Jon Batiste, best known as the leader for Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show” band, leads with 11 nominations including Album of the Year, best music video and more.
Here are the nominees. For more, head to
Record of the Year: “Montero” (Call Me By Your Name) — Lil Nas X; “drivers license” — Olivia Rodrigo; “I Still Have Faith In You” — ABBA; “Freedom” — Jon Batiste; “I Get A Kick Out Of You” — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga; “Peaches” — Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon; “Right On Time” — Brandi Carlile; “Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat feat. SZA; “Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish; “Leave The Door Open” — Silk Sonic.
Album of the Year: “Evermore” — Taylor Swift; “Sour” — Olivia Rodrigo; “Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish; “Back Of My Mind” — H.E.R.; “Montero” — Lil Nas X; “Donda” — Kanye West; “We Are” — Jon Batiste; “Love For Sale” — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga; “Justice” — Justin Bieber; “Planet Her” — Doja Cat.
Song of the Year: “Bad Habits” — Ed Sheeran; “A Beautiful Noise” — Alicia Keys feat. Brandi Carlile; “drivers license” — Olivia Rodrigo; “Fight For You” — H.E.R.; “Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish; “Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat feat. SZA; “Leave The Door Open” — Silk Sonic; “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” — Lil Nas X; “Peaches” — Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon; “Right On Time” — Brandi Carlile.
Best New Artist: Olivia Rodrigo, Saweetie, FINNEAS, The Kid Laroi, Arooj Aftab, Jimmie Allen, Baby Keem. Glass Animals, Japanese Breakfast, Arlo Parks.
Best Pop Vocal Album: “Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish; “Positions” — Ariana Grande; “Sour” — Olivia Rodrigo; “Justice” — Justin Bieber; “Planet Her” — Doja Cat.
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Butter” — BTS; “I Get A Kick Out Of You” — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga; “Lonely” — Justin Bieber & benny blanco; “Higher Power” — Coldplay; “Kiss Me More” — Doja Cat feat. SZA.
Best Pop Solo Performance: “Anyone” — Justin Bieber; “Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish; “Positions” — Ariana Grande; “drivers license” — Olivia Rodrigo; “Right On Time” — Brandi Carlile.
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Love for Sale” - Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga; “‘Til We Meet Again (Live)” - Norah Jones; “A Tori Kelly Christmas” - Tori Kelly; “Ledisi Sings Nina” - Ledisi; “That’s Life” - Willie Nelson; and “A Holly Dolly Christmas” - Dolly Parton.
Best Rock Performance: “Shot in the Dark” - AC/DC; “Know You Better (Live from Capitol Studio A)” - Black Pumas; “Nothing Compares 2 U” - Chris Cornell; “Ohms” - Deftones; “Making a Fire” - Foo Fighters.
Best Metal Performance: “Genesis” - Deftones; “The Alien” - Dream Theater; “Amazonia” - Gojira; “Pushing the Tides” - Mastodon; “The Triumph of a King Freak (A Crypt of Preservation and Superstition)” - Rob Zombie.
Best Rock Album: “Power Up” - AC/DC; “Capitol Cuts - Love from Studio A” - Black Pumas; “No One Sings Like You Anymore Vol. 1″ - Chris Cornell; “Medicine at Midnight” - Foo Fighters; and “McCartney III” - Paul McCartney.
Best Rock Song: “All My Favorite Songs” - Rivers Cuomo, Ashley Gorley, Ben Johnson & Ilsey Juber, songwriters (Weezer); “The Bandit” - Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, Matthew Followill & Nathan Followill, songwriters (Kings Of Leon); “Distance” - Wolfgang Van Halen, songwriter (Mammoth WVH); “Find My Way” - Paul McCartney, songwriter (Paul McCartney); and “Waiting on a War” - Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffee, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett & Pat Smear, songwriters (Foo Fighters).
Best R&B Performance: “Peaches” — Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon “Lost You” — Snoh Aalegra “Damage” — H.E.R. “Leave The Door Open” — Silk Sonic “Pick Up Your Feelings” — Jazmine Sullivan.
Best R&B Song: “Damage” - Anthony Clemons Jr., Jeff Gitelman, H.E.R., Carl McCormick & Tiara Thomas, songwriters (H.E.R.); “Good Days” - Jacob Collier, Carter Lang, Carlos Munoz, Solána Rowe & Christopher Ruelas, songwriters (SZA); “Heartbreak Anniversary” - Giveon Evans, Maneesh, Sevn Thomas & Varren Wade, songwriters (Giveon); “Leave the Door Open” - Brandon Anderson, Christopher Brody Brown, Dernst Emile II & Bruno Mars, songwriters (Silk Sonic); and “Pick Up Your Feelings” - Denisia “Blue June” Andrews, Audra Mae Butts, Kyle Coleman, Brittany “Chi” Coney, Michael Holmes & Jazmine Sullivan, songwriters (Jazmine Sullivan).
Best R&B Album: “Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies” - Snoh Aalegra; “We Are” - Jon Batiste; “Gold-Diggers Sound” - Leon Bridges; “Back of My Mind” - H.E.R.; “Heaux Tales” - Jazmine Sullivan.
Best Country Song: “camera roll” — Kacey Musgraves; “Better Than We Found It” — Maren Morris; “Cold” — Chris Stapleton; “Country Again” — Thomas Rhett; “Fancy Like” — Walker Hayes; and “Remember Her Name” — Mickey Guyton.
Best Country Album: “Skeletons” — Brothers Osborne; “Remember Her Name” — Mickey Guyton; “The Marfa Tapes” — Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall & Jack Ingram; “The Ballad Of Dood & Juanita” — Sturgill Simpson; and “Starting Over” — Chris Stapleton.
Best Rap Song: “Bath Salts” by DMX feat. Jay-Z & Nas; “Best Friend” - Saweetie feat. Doja Cat; “Family Ties” - Baby Keem feat. Kendrick Lamar; “Jail” - Kanye West feat. Jay-Z; and “My Life” - J. Cole feat. 21 Savage & Morray.
Best Rap Performance: “Thot S***” — Megan Thee Stallion; “Up” — Cardi B; “Way 2 Sexy” — Drake feat. Future & Young Thug; “Family Ties” — Baby Keem feat. Kendrick Lamar; and “M Y . L I F E” — J. Cole feat. 21 Savage & Morray.
Best Rap Album: “The Off Season” — J. Cole; “Certified Lover Boy” — Drake; “King’s Disease II” — Nas; “Call Me If You Get Lost” — Tyler, The Creator; and “Donda” — Kanye West.
Best Melodic Rap Performance: “Pride is the Devil” - J. Cole Featuring Lil Baby; “Need to Know” - Doja Cat; “Industry Baby” - Lil Nas X feat. Jack Harlow; “Wusyaname” - Tyler, the Creator feat. Youngboy NBA & Ty Dolla $ign; and “Hurricane” - Kanye West feat. The Weeknd & Lil Baby.
Best Alternative Music Album: “Shore” - Fleet Foxes; “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power” - Halsey; “Jubilee” - Japanese Breakfast; “Collapsed in Sunbeams” - Arlo Parks; “Daddy’s Home” - St. Vincent.
Best Dance/Electronic Recording: “Hero” - Afrojack & David Guetta; “Loom” - Ólafur Arnalds Featuring Bonobo; “Before” - James Blake; “Heartbreak” - Bonobo & Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs; “You Can Do It” - Caribou; “Aliver” - Rüfüs Du Sol; and “The Business” - Tiësto.
Best Dance/Electronic Music Album: “Subconsciously” - Black Coffee; “Fallen Embers” - Illenium; “Music is the Weapon (Reloaded)” - Major Lazer; “Shockwave” - Marshmello; “Free Love” - Sylvan Esso; and “Judgement” - Ten City.
Best American Roots Performance: “Cry” - Jon Batiste; “Love & Regret” - Billy Strings; “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free” - The Blind Boys Of Alabama & Béla Fleck; “Same Devil” - Brandy Clark Featuring Brandi Carlile; and “Nightflyer” -Allison Russell.
Best American Roots Song: “Avalon” - Rhiannon Giddens, Justin Robinson & Francesco Turrisi, songwriters (Rhiannon Giddens With Francesco Turrisi); “Bored” - Linda Chorney, songwriter (Linda Chorney Featuring Becca Byram, EJ Ouellette & Trevor Sewellzz); “Call Me a Fool” - Valerie June, songwriter (Valerie June Featuring Carla Thomas); “Cry” - Jon Batiste & Steve McEwan, songwriters (Jon Batiste); “Diamond Studded Shoes” - Dan Auerbach, Natalie Hemby, Aaron Lee Tasjan & Yola, songwriters (Yola); and “Nightflyer” - Jeremy Lindsay & Allison Russell, songwriters (Allison Russell).
Best Americana Album: “Downhill from Everywhere” - Jackson Browne; “Leftover Feelings” - John Hiatt with The Jerry Douglas Band; “Native Sons” - Los Lobos; “Outside Child” - Allison Russell; “Stand for Myself” - Yola.
Best Folk Album: “One Night Lonely (Live)” - Mary Chapin Carpenter; “Long Violent History” - Tyler Childers; “Wednesday (Extended Edition)” - Madison Cunningham; “They’re Calling Me Home” - Rhiannon Giddens With Francesco Turrisi; “Blue Heron Suite” - Sarah Jarosz.
Best Bluegrass Album: “Renewal” - Billy Strings; “My Bluegrass Heart” - Béla Fleck; “A Tribute to Bill Monroe” - The Infamous Stringdusters; “Cuttin’ Grass - Vol. 1 (Butcher Shoppe Sessions)” - Sturgill Simpson; “Music is What I See” - Rhonda Vincent.
Best Traditional Blues Album: “100 Years of Blues” - Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite; “Traveler’s Blues” - Blues Traveler; “I Be Trying” - Cedric Burnside; “Be Ready When I Call You” - Guy Davis; “Take Me Back” - Kim Wilson.
Best Contemporary Blues Album: “Delta Kream” - The Black Keys Featuring Eric Deaton & Kenny Brown; “Royal Tea” - Joe Bonamassa; “Uncivil Wars” - Shemekia Copeland; “Fire It Up” - Steve Cropper; “662″ - Christone “Kingfish” Ingram.
Best Latin Pop Album: “Revelación” — Selena Gomez; “Vértigo” — Pablo Alborán; “Mis Amores” — Paula Arenas;”Hecho A La Antigua” — Ricardo Arjona; “Mis Manos” — Camilo; and “Mendó” — Alex Cuba. It’s the first Grammy nomination for Gomez.
Best Música Urbana Album: “Afrodisíaco” — Rauw Alejandro; “El Último Tour Del Mundo” — Bad Bunny; “Jose” — J Balvin; “KG0516″ — KAROL G; and “Sin Miedo (Del Amor Y Otros Demonios) 8″ — Kali Uchis.
Best Global Music Performance: “Mohabbata” - rooj Aftab; “Do Yourself” - Angelique Kidjo & Burna Boy; “Pa Pa Pa” - Femi Kuti; “Blew U” - Yo-Yo Ma & Angelique Kidjo; and “Essence” - WizKid feat. Tems.
Best Global Music Album: “Voice of Bunbon, Vol.1 " - Rocky Dawuni; “East West Players Presents: Daniel Ho & Friends Live in Concert” - Daniel Ho & Friends; “Mother Nature” - Angelique Kidjo; “Legacy” - Femi Kuti And Made Kuti; and “Made in Lagos: Deluxe Edition” - WizKid.
Best Reggae Album: “Pamoja” - Etana; “Positive Vibration” - Gramps Morgan; “Live N Livin” - Sean Paul; “Royal” - Jesse Royal; “Beauty in the Silence” - Soja; “10″ - Spice.
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: “Cinema” - The; “Dawn” - Yebba; “Hey What” - Low; “Love for Sale” - Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga; “Notes with Attachments” - Pino Palladino & Blake Mills.
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Jack Antonoff, Roget Chahayed, Mike Elizondo, Hit-Boy and Ricky Reed.
Best Remixed Recording: “Back to Life (Booker T Kings of Soul Satta Dub)” - Booker T (Soul II Soul); “Born for Greatness (Cymek Remix” - Spencer Bastin (Papa Roach); “Constant Craving (Fashionably Late Remix)” - Tracy Young (K.D. Lang); “Inside Out (3scape DRM Remix)” - 3SCAPE DRM (Zedd & Griff); “Met Him Last Night (Dave Audé Remix)” - Dave Aude (Demi Lovato & Ariana Grande); “Passenger( Mike Shinoda Remix)” - Mike Shinoda (Deftones); and “Talks (Mura Masa Remix)” - Alexander Crossan (PVA).
Best Music Video: “Good 4 U” — Olivia Rodrigo; “Happier Than Ever” — Billie Eilish; “Peaches” — Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon; “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” — Lil Nas X; “I Get A Kick Out Of You” — Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga; “Shot In The Dark” — AC/DC; and “Freedom” — Jon Batiste.
Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media: “Cruella”; “Dear Evan Hansen”; “In the Heights”; “One Night in Miami…”; “Respect”; “Schmigadoon! Episode 1″; “The United States vs. Billie Holliday.”
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media: “Bridgerton,” Kris Bowers; “Dune,” Hans Zimmer; “The Mandalorian: Season 2 – Vol. 2,” Ludwig Göransson; “The Queen’s Gambit,” Carlos Rafael Rivera; “Soul,” Jon Batiste, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.
Best Music Film: “Inside”; “David Byrne’s American Utopia”; “Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles”; “Music, Money, Madness…Jimi Hendrix in Maui”; “Summer of Soul.”
Best Comedy Album: “The Comedy Vaccine” - Lavell Crawford; “Evolution” - Chelsea Handler; “Sincerely Louis CK” - Louis C.K.; “Thanks for Risking Your Life” - Lewis Black; “The Greatest Average American” - Nate Bargatze; and “Zero F***s Given” - Kevin Hart.
Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling): “Aftermath” - LeVar Burton; “Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation from John Lewis” - Don Cheadle; “Catching Dreams: Live at Fort Knox Chicago” - J. Ivy; “8:46″ - Dave Chappelle & Amir Sulaiman; and “A Promised Land” - Barack Obama.
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