One of the coolest performances of the Grammy night was Daft Punk and Pharrell with Nile Rodgers throwing down that chicken grease on guitar and Stevie Wonder being his simply amazing self!
Nile Rodgers went from being a zero Grammy winner in his career to winning 3 with Daft Punk last night. Yes, the Chic member and the person who helped Madonna launch her career had zero Grammys til last night. Pathetic.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Great performance and so proud of Nile. Big time!
The Grammys have added Nile Rodgers, Pharrell, and Stevie Wonder to join Daft Punk for their performance at the Award Show.
It was also announced that Metallica would be performing at the event as well as Robin Thicke performing with the band Chicago.
Other performers announced earlier are Kendrick Lamar with Imagine Dragons, P!nk and Nate Ruess (of FUN.), and Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, andBlake Shelton performing together.
LL COOL J will be your Grammy host....-DocFB
Diagnosis: The Grammys air on CBS, Sunday January 26th live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles....
Questlove Stops By The Daily Show To Talk “The Cosby Show”, Rollerskating With Prince, and “Mo’ Metta Blues”
Amir "Questlove" Thompson stopped by the Daily Show to talk about his book "Mo' Metta Blues" and stories inside including "The Cosby Show"'s place in rap history, rollerskating with Prince, and more.
Stevie Wonder performed on "Dancing With The Stars" on Stevie Wonder night. The music icon performed "All I Do" & "Ain't Gonna Stand For It" featuring Hunter Hayes.
Stevie also performed "My Cherie Amour" for the dancing contest show.
We are not the biggest fans of "DWTS" but it is ALWAYS a treat to see Stevie perform!-DocFB
Diagnosis: Hunter Hayes Should feel blessed....
Our Old School Jams Of The Moment are by Luther Vandross. The singer would have been 61 this weekend.
The first jam is "Never Too Much" from his debut album in 1981. The 2nd is "Here & Now" which was released in 1989.
The 3rd jam is by the Stevie Wonder song "Part Time Lover" and singing background vocals on the song is....you guessed it....Luther Vandross.
Luther's first top 10 hit was "Here & Now" followed a few years later by "Power Of Love/Love Power" and his 3rd top ten hit was "The Best Things In Life Are Free" a duet with Janet Jackson. His last top ten hit was a cover of "Always & Forever" with Mariah Carey.
We all know that Luther's career is more than 5 hits. His music created quite a grip of babies and countless romantic nights for couples world-wide.
This place is a whole lot better and funkier with a voice like Luther Vandross's being in it. Thank you for the music Luther and the moments. I know angels are being blessed right now by your voice. Love....always and forever......-DocFB
Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin will perform at Whitney Houston's funeral on Saturday in New Jersey.
Whitney's costar in "The Bodyguard" Kevin Costner will be in attendance as well. Oprah Winfrey has been invited but no one knows yet if she will be attending.
Although rumors are running rampant, there has been no cause of death for the 48-year-old singer. The coroner's report has been sealed awaiting toxicology reports that will take 6-8 weeks.-DocFB
Ellen had Stevie Wonder on her show to perform "Superstition" and give him $10,000 for his drive to provide underprivileged kids with toys.
Ellen interview him after his performance where she gave him the check and he pretended that he could see it. He was touched by her contribution.
The event December 17th is hosted by Steve Harvey and features musical performances by Drake and Justin Bieber at Nokia in Los Angeles.
Have to love Ellen and her "Degeneres" ways, holidays are not.
She talked to Stevie about the rumor of him "Dancing With The Stars" and it does not sound like he is joking in the least.
Do you want to see Stevie on "Dancing"?-DocFB
Diagnosis: He is still a Wonder....