Rolling Stones Receive Three Grammy Nominations
"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: 980–1980." more on this story
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