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Lindemann commenced the night with a set that addressed her pop roots previously bringing a quick transform into a new area as the youthful vocalist took up the mantle of frontwoman to a full band, including trumpet backup and her own turns on lead guitar. In the wake of diverting Gwen Stefani amid an elating front of No Doubt's "Spiderwebs," Lindemann separated things to a light acoustic set with her 2018 single "Would I" and an energetic front of Stereophonics' "Possibly Tomorrow" that matched up flawlessly with the brilliant hour approaching outside. She finished the set with an energizing bother of what's to come on the up and coming alt-accommodating track "Companions Go," topping a set loaded with shocks that flags Lindemann's developing range of abilities as an artist and entertainer.

Sibling sister couple Broods kept things cruising easily as they went through some old top picks and decision picks from their most recent record Don't Feed the Pop Monster in a set that lead artist Georgia Nott named the "voyage dispatch" adaptations. With a stripped-back four-piece setup, the gathering reevaluated tunes like "Breaking apart" and "Peaches" that have almost quite recently started to discover life in a completely created studio design. The band kept it free on the blustery chime in "Everything Goes" and their appreciated front of Mac DeMarco's "My Old Man," however they spared the champion minute for the live introduction of the animating Pop Monster number "Residue" with a last supported, soul lifting four-section agreement.

The night turned into a renowned LA nightlife scene as Dinah Jane made that big appearance good to go in a dazzling cowhide clad outfit total with dashing stripe sleeves. Joined by two artists, the artist offset immaculate vocal cleaves with enrapturing movement as she belted her sizzling presentation single "Restrained." She paused for a minute to pay praise to outside the box pop artist Allen Stone before plunging into his reinterpretation of Bob Marley's "Is This Love" with her own deep turn, at that point dialing things directly back up for a mixture of new tunes that mixed '90s R&B and retro fly with a cutting edge wind. Shutting the execution with the poppier single "Retrograde," Dinah conveyed some hypnotizing vocal work and holding moves as her artists surrendered the phase to the certainly solitary ability

The night achieved its last stretch with the class merging rock furnish A R I Z O N A, who dense their anthemic, field prepared sound into a sultry and fulfilling set. Lead vocalist Zach Hannah bound twisting high and low octaves through the sharp, exact guitar licks exchanged by center individuals Nate Esquite and David Labuguen. The band showed a deft direction of the phase as their scanty generation converged into reminiscent, trancelike soundscapes on features like "I Was Wrong" and "Going nuts." The gathering finished in evident celebratory mold as Nate and Zach extinguished candles on an enormous chocolate cake for their sequential birthday events this week, with Zach sharing the ideal feeling for the prior night propelling into nearer "Enter My Thoughts": "Not multi day will pass when this night won't enter my thoughts."


[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019 Live Stream Online Free Full Show

[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019 Live Stream Online Free Full

[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019 Live Stream Online Free

[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019 Live Stream Online

[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019 Live Stream

[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019 Live

[Stage] Grammy Awards 2019

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Saturday, 9 February, 2019 - 20:00 to Monday, 11 February, 2019 - 20:00
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