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It’s good to have AC/DC to open the show for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The adults may like it, but their children or teens may not know them. They think AC/DC is an outlet that sings – if they touch the outlet, they will sing. It will ZAP the children and cool hairstyles.

Anyway AC/DC sang “Rock or Bust” and their classic “Highway to Hell” from the 70s and 80s.

The winner with the most awards goes to Sam Smith, who took home four awards: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Pop Vocal Album. Beating out Iggy Azalea and Taylor swift. Taylor Swift won so many times, it’s time for the new people to get a chance.

Kanye West thought some singers who are winning Grammies are not artist, if they are not artist, should they win a coloring book and crayons? And draw themselves Grammies? They are artist, take a note Kanye and stop complaining. Be an artist and show us what you can do.  Win something. Kanye is an artist. Or give Kanye West a color book and crayons to be quite.

Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams and Roseanne Cash all won three awards, as did Beck’s “Morning Phase,” which took Album of the Year honors. Kanye West like to crash in people expectant speeches. Give Kanye West something to do, make him hand out awards to the winners, if he runs away with one of them. You know where to find him.

Grammy performers that includes Kanye West (twice – obviously), Rihanna, Paul McCartney, AC/DC, Madonna, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Sia and Usher.  Which one did you like?  I still like Sia, her performance was fantastic.  Mrianda Lambert was good but she was bleep or silence by the censors, I wonder what she sang.

And it looked like Prince was annoyed of presenting awards. Could they get Michael Jackson to come back from the dead to present an award?

Here are the other winners who won early and  during the show.

Record of the Year

“Stay With Me” (Darkchild Version), Sam Smith

Album of the Year

“Morning Phase,” Beck

Song of the Year

James Napier, William Phillips and Sam Smith (“Stay With Me (Darkchild Version),” Sam Smith)

New Artist

Sam Smith

Pop Solo Performance

“Happy (Live),” Pharrell Williams

Pop Performance, Duo or Group

“Say Something,” A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera

Pop Vocal Album

“In the Lonely Hour,” Sam Smith

Dance Recording

“Rather Be,” Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne

Dance/Electronic Album

“Syro,” Aphex Twin

Traditional Pop Vocal Album

“Cheek to Cheek,” Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Rock Performance

“Lazaretto,” Jack White

Metal Performance

“The Last in Line,” Tenacious D

Rock Song

Hayley Williams and Taylor York (“Ain’t It Fun,” Paramore)

Rock Album

“Morning Phase,” Beck

Alternative Music Album

“St. Vincent,” St. Vincent

R&B Performance

“Drunk in Love,” Beyoncé and Jay Z

Traditional R&B Performance

“Jesus Children,” Robert Glasper Experiment, Lalah Hathaway and Malcolm-Jamal Warner

R&B Song

Shawn Carter, Rasool Diaz, Noel Fisher, Jerome Harmon, Beyoncé Knowles, Timothy Mosely, Andre Eric Proctor and Brian Soko, (“Drunk in Love,” Beyoncé and Jay Z)

R&B Album

“Love, Marriage & Divorce,” Toni Braxton and Babyface

Rap Performance

“I,” Kendrick Lamar

Rap/Sung Collaboration

“The Monster,” Eminem and Rihanna

Rap Song

  1. Duckworth and C. Smith (“I,” Kendrick Lamar)

Rap Album

“The Marshall Mathers LP2,” Eminem

Urban Contemporary Album

“G I R L,” Pharrell Williams

Country Solo Performance

“Something in the Water,” Carrie Underwood

Country Duo/Group Performance

“Gentle on My Mind,” the Band Perry

Country Song

Glen Campbell and Julian Raymond (“I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” Glen Campbell)

Country Album

“Platinum,” Miranda Lambert

New Age Album

“Winds of Samsara,” Ricky Kej and Wouter Kellerman

Improvised Jazz Solo

“Fingerprints,” Chick Corea

Jazz Vocal Album

“Beautiful Life,” Dianne Reeves

Jazz Instrumental Album

“Trilogy,” Chick Corea Trio

Large Jazz Ensemble Album

“Life in the Bubble,” Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band

Latin Jazz Album

“The Offense of the Drum,” Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

Gospel Performance/Song

Aaron W. Lindsey and Smokie Norful (“No Greater Love,” Smokie Norful)

Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Torrance Esmond, Ran Jackson, Ricky Jackson, Kenneth Chris Mackey, Lecrae Moore, Joseph Prielozny, Joel Smallbone and Luke Smallbone (“Messengers,” Lecrae and For King & Country)

Gospel Album

“Help,” Erica Campbell

Contemporary Christian Music Album

“Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.” For King & Country

Latin Pop Album

“Tangos,” Rubén Blades

Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album

“Multiviral,” Calle 13

Regional Mexican or Tejano Album

“Mano a Mano — Tangos a la Manera de Vicente Fernández,” Vicente Fernández

Tropical Latin Album

“Más & Corazón Profundo,” Carlos Vives

American Roots Song

Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal (“A Feather’s Not a Bird,” Rosanne Cash)

Americana Album

“The River & the Thread,” Rosanne Cash

Bluegrass Album

“The Earls of Leicester,” The Earls of Leicester

Blues Album

“Step Back,” Johnny Winter

Folk Album

“Remedy,” Old Crow Medicine Show

Regional Roots Music Album

“The Legacy,” Jo-El Sonnier

Reggae Album

“Fly Rasta,” Ziggy Marley

World Music Album

“Eve,” Angelique Kidjo

Children’s Album

“I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World (Malala Yousafzai),” Neela Vaswani

Spoken Word Album

“Diary of a Mad Diva,” Joan Rivers

Comedy Album

“Mandatory Fun,” Weird Al Yankovic

Musical Theater Album

“Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” Jessie Mueller, principal soloist; Jason Howland, Steve Sidwell and Billy Jay Stein, producers; Carole King, composer and lyricist

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

“Frozen,” Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez, Tom MacDougall and Chris Montan, compilation producers

Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Alexandre Desplat, composer

Song Written for Visual Media

Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, “Let It Go,” from “Frozen” (Idina Menzel)

Instrumental Composition

“The Book Thief,” John Williams (John Williams)

Producer of the Year, Nonclassical

Max Martin

Producer of the Year, Classical

Judith Sherman

Remixed Recording, Nonclassical

“All of Me (Tiësto’s Birthday Treatment Remix),” Tijs Michiel Verwest (John Legend)

Orchestral Performance

“Adams, John: City Noir,” David Robertson, conductor (St. Louis Symphony)

Opera Recording

“Charpentier: La Descente d’Orphée aux Enfers,” Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs, conductors; Aaron Sheehan; Renate Wolter-Seevers, producer (Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Ensemble; Boston Early Music Festival Vocal Ensemble)

Music Video

“Happy,” Pharrell Williams

Music Film

“20 Feet From Stardom,” Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer and Judith Hill