Watch the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards In It’s Entirety!
For the first time in Grammy’s history the ceremony was broadcasted live last night through an on-air and web streaming on cbs.com. This coast-to-coast in the United states.
One of the true highlights was Lada Gaga’s incredible David Bowie tribute where she truly honored the late rock legend in style. Gaga did an astonishing medley of Bowie’s songs: “Space Oddity,” “Changes,” “Ziggy Stardust,” “Suffragette City,” “Rebel Rebel,” “Let’s Dance” and “Heroes.”
Bowie collaborator Nile Rodgers was the musical director for the performance, and appeared during "Let’s Dance."
Bowie received 11 Grammy nominations, and win for Best Short Video in 1985 and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006 in his impressive career.
Gaga teamed up with American multinational technology company Intel for this unique performance.
"I want to make something new, something unimagined. To reach out and touch the world in ways I never could before. It all starts here on music’s biggest stage. With Intel’s technology at my fingertips, everything will change.”
- Lady Gaga X Intel Grammy Awards 2016 “Haus Of Gaga”
- Experience Lady Gaga + Intel :15 (Tech Centered Version) | 58th GRAMMYs
- Experience Lady Gaga + Intel | 58th GRAMMYs.
- Experience Lady Gaga + Intel :15
On Feb 15, 2016 Intel already showed us sneak peek at the making of her iconic GRAMMY performance. Watch here.