The 50 Grammy Peformances That You Need to Watch, Day Seven

 

Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond perform "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" live for the first time at the 1980 Grammys. Photo property of the Grammys.

Before you read on, please check out my part six entry in this Grammy series on my Examiner.com page: http://www.examiner.com/reality-tv-in-kansas-city/the-50-grammy-performances-you-need-to-watch-day-six

 

The countdown to the Grammy Awards continues!

 

Who will take home the coveted trophies?  Who will perform at the event?

 

Music lovers will find out the answers on Sunday but to prep for the Grammy Award performances, jacobelyacharjournalist.com continues its’ coverage of The 50 Grammy Performances You Need To Watch.

 

20. Jennifer Hudson, You Pulled Me Through (2009)

 

Oscar winner and American Idol alum Jennifer Hudson delivered a beautiful rendition of her Diane Warren-penned hit at the 2009 Grammy Awards.   This was an extremely emotional performance because five months earlier, three family members including her mother were murdered.   Her performance of “You Pulled Me Through” will give viewers chills.

 

To watch this emotional performance, click here: http://youtu.be/xl9Iw_s3a6w

 

19. Fleetwood Mac, Greatest Hits Medley (1998)

 

The Rumours Fleetwood Mac line-up rocked the Grammys with three of their biggest hits: “Rhiannon,” “Go Your Own Way,” and the band’s signature song: “Don’t Stop” when the show was held at the Radio City Music Hall.  The band displayed smooth vocals from Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie and incredible percussion lead by Mick Fleetwood.

 

Click here to watch the performance that received a standing ovation from the crowd: http://youtu.be/FKVlaLVa7tQ

 

18. Neil Diamond & Barbra Streisand, You Don’t Bring Me Flowers (1980)

 

32 years ago, Grammy magic was made when Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand performed their famous duet for the first time together live at the Grammys.  This was a terrific performance that gave viewers goose bumps and received a long-standing ovation from the audience.

 

To watch this magical Grammy moment, click here: http://youtu.be/wj10EzNKA2M

 

17. Christina Aguilera, Beautiful (2004)

 

The future Voice coach performed a moving rendition of her 2002 hit.   After starting out singing a cappella, Christina was joined by a mini orchestra and a backing choir to finish the song.

 

Click here to watch Christina deliver a master class performance: http://youtu.be/s3TIl2WNtAo

 

16. Eric Clapton, Tears in Heaven (1993)

 

Rock legend Eric Clapton performed his touching “Tears in Heaven” that talked about his deceased son, Conor, who died after falling 53 stories to his death in 1991.  Surrounded by supporting cast of musicians, Clapton gave an emotional tribute to his son that received a standing ovation from the crowd.

 

To watch Eric’s performance, click here: http://youtu.be/QSYk6zPruw4

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. It continually is amazing to me exactly how Blog writers such as your self can find some time plus the commitment to carry on Creating great posts your site http://jacobelyacharjournalist.com/2012/02/07/the-50-grammy-peformances-that-you-need-to-watch-day-seven/ is fantastic and one of my personal need to read blogs, I was more than amazed with the post The 50 Grammy Peformances That You Need to Watch, Day Seven jacobelyacharjournalist I simply want to say thanks and also well done Kind regards horny hot

Speak Your Mind

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Copyright 2015 Jacob Elyachar