A few weeks late because of the Covid pandemic, the biggest night in music has finally arrived with the 63rd annual Grammy Awards with Trevor Noah as host.

In a socially distanced event Trevor said that they are bringing people together by celebrating music.

Making his Grammy stage debut, Harry Styles kicks off the night of music with a performance of his hit “Watermelon Sugar”.

Billie Eilish and brother Finneas perform “Everything I Wanted”.

Sister trio Haim make their Grammy stage debut for a performance.

The first award for the night was presented by Lizzo for Best New Artist to Megan The Stalion.

Black Pumas perform their nominated song “Colors”.

Hip Hop artist DaBaby performs “Rockstar”.

One of the most streamed artists of 2020, Latin artist Bad Bunny performs.

2020 Best New Artist winner Dua Lipa performs her Grammy nominated song “Don’t Stop Now” among a medley of songs.

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak join forces the the first ever live collaboration.

The global pandemic has been extremely difficult for music venues, especially the small ones, the Recordiing Academy visited a few of them to hep present a few awards.

From the Station Inn in Nashville, Tennessee; the award for Best Country Album to Miranda Lambert for “Wild Card”.

Taylor Swift performs music from her Grammy nominated album “folklore”.

The Troubadour in Los Angeles presented the award for Best Pop Solo Performance to Harry Styles for “Watermelon Sugar”.

Whether it be as a result of the Covid-19 virus, cancer, or some other illness; the world of music lost many performers this past year.

Among the live tributes were Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak performing the music of Little Richard.

Lionel Richie paid tribute to Kenny Rogers with a performance of “Lady”.

Brandi Carlile paid tribut to John Prine with a performance of “I Remember Everything”.

Brittany Howard and Chris Martin give a powerful performance of “You Never Walk Alone” while more names of artists and other members of the world of music are shown.

In a celebration of female music artists…
the first female cuntry artist of colour Micki Guyton performs; Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris with John Mayer also perform.

The award for Best Melodic Rap Performance went to Anderson .Paak for “Lockdown”.

The award for Best Latin Pop or Urban Performance went to Bad Bunny.

Host Trevor Noah presented the award for Song of the Year – a songwriters award – to “I Can’t Breathe” sung by H.E.R.

Cardi B and Megan The Stallion perform including a world debut performance of their hit song “WAP”.

The Apollo in Harlem presents the award for Best Rap Song to Megan The Stallion for “Savage”. Beyonce also appeared on the song. With that award, Beyonce has tied with Alison Kraus for the record for Grammy Award wins by a female artist at 27.

Post Malone performs his Grammy nominated song “Hollywood’s Bleeding”.

The award for Best Pop Vocal Album went to Dua Lipa for “Future Nostalgia”.

Lil Baby performs “The Bigger Picture” that opens with a re-enactment of a police shooting.

Babyface and JimmyJam present the award for Best R&B Performance to Beyonce and with that she now holds the record for the most Grammy Award wins.

Doja Cat performs her Grammy nominated song “Say So”.

The Hotel Cafe in Hollywood presented the award for Album of the Year to Taylor Swift for “folklore”.

Roddy Ricch performs.

Korean pop group BTS performs.

The final award of the night was for Record of the Year and went to Billie Eilish for “Everything I Wanted”.