Rolling Stones Receive Three Grammy Nominations

12/09/2013
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(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones have picked up three nominations for the 2014 Grammy Awards ceremony, which will be held January 26, 2014 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and broadcast live on CBS.

"Doom And Gloom" is a finalist for Best Rock Song, which honors songwriters. Other tracks on the list are Black Sabbath's "God Is Dead?", Gary Clark Jr.'s "Ain't Messin' Around", the Paul McCartney/Nirvana collaboration "Cut Me Some Slack", and "Panic Station" by Muse.

In the Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package category, the Stones' release of "The Brussels Affair" documenting a 1973 concert in Belgium earned a nod, along with sets by Mayer Hawthorne ("How Do You Do [Limited Edition Box Set])," Mumford & Sons ("The Road to Red Rocks (Special Edition)," Paul McCartney & Wings ("Wings Over America (Deluxe Edition)," and a various artists collection, "The Smith Tapes."

The Stones received a third nomination in the Best Historical Album category for "Charlie Is My Darling Ireland 1965". That release will go up against projects featuring the works of Bill Withers ("The Complete Sussex and Columbia Albums"), the New York Art Quartet ("Call It Art 1964-1965"), Sir George Solti ("Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen (Deluxe Edition)", and a various artists project, "Pictures of Sound: One Thousand Years of Educed Audio: 9801980." more on this story

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