Logic, GarageBand users represent at the GrammysFebruary 13, 2009
Among the winners that utilized Logic or GarageBand to make their albums were Coldplay (winner for Best Rock Album, Song of the Year and Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals); Jennifer Hudson (Best R&B Album); Daft Punk (Best Dance Recording, Best Electronic/Dance Album); Estelle featuring Kanye West (Best Rap/Sung Collaboration); and Radiohead (Best Alternative Music Album).
Nominees that didn’t walk away with one of the coveted awards, but still used Apple gear included M.I.A., Sara Bareilles, Maroon 5, OneRepublic, Death Cab for Cutie, Rihanna, and Marcus Miller.
Two of the nominees, Sara Bareilles and OneRepublic, are also featured in GarageBand’s Artists Lessons.
51st GRAMMY performances by Coldplay & Jay-Z, Jennifer Hudson and Katy Perry available for download
Starting today music fans will have the opportunity to purchase and download select performances from the 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards. Three special “GRAMMY Moments” from Music’s Biggest Night are now available exclusively on the iTunes Store (audio and video) and internationally through Nokia Music Stores (audio only). These include performances by seven-time GRAMMY winners Coldplay with seven-time GRAMMY winner Jay-Z (“Lost”/”Viva La Vida”), two-time GRAMMY winner Jennifer Hudson (“You Pulled Me Through”), and GRAMMY nominee Katy Perry (“I Kissed A Girl”).
“This represents yet another important step in The Recording Academy’s continually evolving digital strategy,” said Evan Greene, Chief Marketing Officer, The Recording Academy. “Ours is some of the most dynamic music content anywhere, and we want fans to be able to experience these GRAMMY Moments during the GRAMMY telecast and throughout the year.”
The exclusive performances can be purchased and downloaded beginning today on iTunes, at 99 cents each for audio and $1.99 each for video. The audio tracks of the performances also are available internationally in 13 countries through Nokia Music Stores.