Winners at the 2019 Grammys: Best Rock Performance
Let's go on and find out who won the nomination that has anything to do with rock. Okay, "Best Rock Performance." What does that mean? That's a good question...
Arctic Monkeys - Four Out of Five (2018)
A band from Great Britain, which started its activity in 2002 in Sheffield. It consists of four members, a kind of cliché for the bands from those places... By the way, about the clichés. The band's clips very often refer back to the times when people could still come up with things themselves. They clearly use images, characters and places that evoke pleasant memories and associations. As for the music... It's original in its own way, and that's attractive...
The Fever 333 - Made an America (2018)
An American rock band formed in Inglewood, California in July 2017. There are 3 people in the band: the vocalist, the guitarist and the drummer. I feel sorry for the bass player... But in fact he would have been superfluous here... that's why he was killed.
Greta Van Fleet - Highway Tune (2018)
Imagine that Led Zeppelin didn't break up and, what's more, got younger. Of course, miracles don't happen. The "mighty bunch" from the 70's scattered and now only spoil their fans occasionally. We may well never see them together again, playing old hits. However, the guys from Greta Van Fleet decided to use it. In 2012 they formed a new Mighty Bunch. And, honestly, they are doing very cool!
Halestorm - Uncomfortable (2018)
Hard rock straight out of Pennsylvania. There are 4 people in the band, and the vocalist is the beautiful Lizzie Hale. The band started back in 1997, and, as we can see, they passed the first "2 stages of a successful band".
Winner in this category. Awarded posthumously...
Chris Cornell - When Bad Does Good (2018)
Christopher John Cornell (1964 - 2017) was an American musician, singer and songwriter. He is best known as the lead vocalist in the rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave. Cornell is considered one of the chief architects of the "grunge movement" of the 1990s and is well known as a songwriter. In addition, he possessed a nearly four-octave vocal range and had a powerful vocal "belting technique" (a technique of mixing lower and upper resonance that produces a "controlled scream").