Grammys to compensate reverence to Prince and George Michael

The Grammy Awards are set to respect late legends Prince and George Michael during this Sunday’s ceremony.

The Recording Academy announced that a dual low-pitched icons, who both died final year, will accept tributes during a endowment show, yet it’s now misleading that artists will be heading a commemorative segments.

“While a primary concentration of a Grammy Awards is to applaud and respect a year’s best in music, we cruise it a shortcoming to tell music’s broader story by honoring a legends mislaid — that’s what we essay to grasp with a annual tributes,” Ken Ehrlich, a endowment show’s executive producer, pronounced in a matter Wednesday.

“While it’s scarcely unfit to communicate a full abyss of an artist’s informative impact in a singular performance, it’s that really plea that has led us to some of a many noted Grammy moments.”

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Art Garfunkel, left, and Paul Simon reason 5 of a 6 Grammy Awards they perceived from a National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences during a 13th Annual Grammy Awards. All 6 of their awards came from a strike strain Bridge over Troubled Water including a prestigious Album of a Year, Record of a Year and Song of a Year.

Prince died on Apr 21 during a age of 57 from an random fentanyl overdose, while Michael passed away on Christmas Day during a age of 53. An autopsy proved inconclusive, and his means of genocide has not been revealed.

Adele, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga and Metallica are among a artists who have been announced as performers for a Grammys, and Beyoncé is widely rumored to be holding a theatre as well.

The Grammys atmosphere on CBS this Sunday during 8 p.m. ET.

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