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CBS RADIO Pays Tribute to Music’s Biggest Night

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cbs_radio_650To celebrate the 56TH ANNUAL grammy ®, CBS radio will present a variety of programs highlighting past and present nominees leading up to the music industry’s premier event broadcast live on Sunday, Jan. 26 (8:00-11:30 PM, live ET/delayed PT) at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on the CBS Television Network.

In partnership with The Recording Academy®, ® powered by returns as the official streaming station for the fifth straight year. Featuring performances from the nominated , grammy Radio is home to current and popular music from today’s celebrated artists. In addition to the nominated songs, the station includes news and facts about the grammy Awards, as well as reviews and in-depth insight into a variety of pop, rock, urban, country and alternative categories. Fans can listen online at GRAMMY.com or Radio.com.

CBS radio Los Angeles stations KROQ and 97.1 AMP take over The grammy Museum® at L.A. Live with special musical performances by Young the Giant and grammy Award nominated Imagine Dragons, on Friday, Jan. 24 and Saturday, Jan. 25, respectively. Fans from cities nationwide will be in attendance for the intimate shows where the artists will perform their latest hits inside the Clive Davis Theater. A live show with grammy Award nominated Capital Cities from the Conga Room will cap off the evening on Saturday.

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