Paul McCartney & The Rolling Stones Snag Grammy Noms For Multiple Projects
Monday, December 9, 2013
Paul McCartney & The Rolling Stones Snag Grammy Noms For Multiple Projects
Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones are up for a handful of Grammys for several different projects -- including two where they're actually battling it out for the same awards. McCartney's recent collaboration with Nirvana's Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear on the Sound City track "Cut Me Some Slack" is up against the Stones' last single, "Doom And Gloom" for Best Rock Song. The two are also nominated for vintage recordings in the Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package category with McCartney's massive 1976 Wings Over America - Deluxe Edition vying for the prize against the long awaited official release of the legendary 1973 Stones bootleg, The Brussels Affair. McCartney is also nominated in the Best Music Film and Best Surround Sound Album category for his Live Kisses DVD from his live standards performance at L.A.'s Capitol Studios. The Stones also have one more nom under their belt in the Best Historical Album category for the vintage deluxe release of Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland 1965.
Led Zeppelin's 2007 live version of "Kashmir" and David Bowie's "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" are both up for the Best Rock Performance Grammy, with Bowie's The Next Day and Zeppelin's Celebration Day battling it out with Black Sabbath's 13 and Neil Young & Crazy Horse's Psychedelic Pill all nominated for the Best Rock Album award.
Best Rock Performance
"Always Alright," Alabama Shakes
"The Stars (Are Out Tonight)," David Bowie
"Radioactive," Imagine Dragons
"Kashmir (Live)," Led Zeppelin
"My God Is The Sun," Queens of the Stone Age
"I’m Shakin’," Jack White
Best Rock Album
13, Black Sabbath
The Next Day, David Bowie
Mechanical Bull, Kings Of Leon
Celebration Day, Led Zeppelin
. . . Like Clockwork, Queens of the Stone Age
Psychedelic Pill, Neil Young with Crazy Horse
Best Rock Song
"Ain’t Messin ‘Round," Gary Clark Jr.
"Cut Me Some Slack," Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear
"Doom And Gloom," Rolling Stones
"God Is Dead?," Black Sabbath
"Panic Station," Muse
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Viva Duets, Tony Bennett & Various Artists
To Be Loved, Michael Buble
The Standards, Gloria Estefan
Cee Lo's Magic Moment, Cee Lo Green
Now, Dionne Warwick
Best Music Film
Live 2012, Coldplay
Cuatro, Green Day
I’m In I’m Out And I’m Gone: The Making Of Get Up!, Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite
Live Kisses, Paul McCartney
The Road To Red Rocks, Mumford & Sons

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