Each year, the Grammys aim to represent where music is going, where it is now, and where it’s been before, combining new and classic performers for over-the-top spectacles and stripped-down musical showcases.
The man behind the annual madness is Ken Ehrlich, who’s been producing the Grammy telecast for more than 30 years. “Every year we start with a blank piece of paper, because as the music scene shifts, we try and respond to it,” he told EW.
Before you settle in for three-plus hours of face-melters (we hope), we put together a new kind of Must List for the show: A Mastermind’s Must List for the Perfect Grammys. You must read on! (Sorry.)
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