Average Ticket Prices
Drake $78.84      Tedeschi Trucks Band $56.46      Title Fight $14.01      ZZ Top $55.19      Brantley Gilbert $31.57      Kanye West $85.60      Blitzen Trapper $19.29      Indigo Girls $44.61      Amos Lee $41.92      Fall Out Boy $37.55      Celtic Thunder $61.09      A Day To Remember $36.26      The Fresh Beat Band $39.21      Styx $46.48      G-Eazy $18.33      The Wild Feathers $13.95      Steve Miller Band $59.17      Buddy Guy $54.96      Salute To Vienna $73.49      Neutral Milk Hotel $35.62      Tech N9ne $29.15      Justin Timberlake $115.03      Zedd $27.94      Goo Goo Dolls $43.60      Zoso - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience $15.97      Ladysmith Black Mambazo $29.86      fun. $39.19      Break Science $16.80      Imagine Dragons $38.57      Justin Moore $33.45      Chris Tomlin $28.31      Mannheim Steamroller $56.73      Dr. Dog $23.76      Alejandro Fernández $73.70      John Hiatt $61.11      Young The Giant $27.24      Jason Isbell $22.23      Pat Metheny Unity Group $60.90      Green River Ordinance $12.42      Jim Gaffigan $47.76      Streetlight Manifesto $18.80      Mötley Crüe $54.77      Steve Aoki $37.28      Zac Brown Band $54.53      J.J. Grey & Mofro $27.24      Memphis May Fire $17.36      Backstreet Boys $48.08      Paramore $38.20      Papadosio $16.77      Bill Burr $36.82      
See all average ticket prices

Jagger To Make First Appearance On Grammy Stage

07:01 AM Thursday 2/3/11 |   |

The Recording Academy is finally getting some satisfaction, with Mick Jagger's first appearance on the Grammy stage.

  • The Rolling Stones

    Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and the rest of The Rolling Stones as they kick off their world tour.
    August 21, 2005

    (AP Photo)

    | 

The Rolling Stones frontman will perform at the Feb. 13 ceremony as part of a tribute to soul great Solomon Burke, who died last year. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer opened for the Rolling Stones several times during his career comeback late in life.

Jagger will perform with soul singer Raphael Saadiq during the 53rd annual Grammy Awards, which will air live on CBS from the Staples Center in Los Angeles (8 p.m. EST).

"We're thrilled, delighted, excited and very much looking forward to Mick doing his debut on the Grammy stage," said Neil Portnow, president and CEO of the Recording Academy. "It's extraordinary to many of us that the fact is, this will be the first time; he has never performed on the Grammy stage."

This won't be Jagger's first appearance on a Grammy telecast. In 1986, The Rolling Stones were given a lifetime achievement award by Eric Clapton, and they performed on the show by satellite.

"We did a remote from London, and it was at least three o'clock there," said show producer Ken Ehrlich.

"I think they had been celebrating a little time before we went on camera," he said. "It was quite a moment."

Ehrlich has produced the show for 31 years and has always wanted Jagger and the Stones to perform, but it didn't work out until this year.

Ehrlich said it was Jagger's admiration for Burke that brought him to the Grammy stage.

"He's asked me not to go into detail about what he's doing, but I think when you see the performance, it will make a lot sense," said Ehrlich. "I think it was the idea of the performance that was intriguing to him and really brought him here."

Jagger will join a performers list that includes Rihanna, Cee-Lo Green, Gwyneth Paltrow, Eminem, Arcade Fire, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Usher, Lady Gaga, Lady Antebellum and Justin Bieber.

When asked who was left on his list of must-have Grammy performers, Ehrlich, noting the numerous legends who have appeared on the Grammy stage, said: "In all honestly, that's about it."


Comments

  1. Trainarollin wrote:

    03:53 PM, Feb 03, 2011

    That would be great if it could expose Solomon Burke to a new generation. Great job getting Mick to do this.

  2. Evster wrote:

    09:41 AM, Feb 03, 2011

    "Bruceable", have you ever been nominated for or won a Grammy? If so, you probably wouldn't be saying that, though of course everyone's entitled to their opinion, and I agree that the show itself is more about ratings than anything else. I myself usually Tivo it and just watch the performance(s) of interest. This year I think that'll be just the tribute to Solomon Burke and the new Lady Gaga song Elton John says will be the new "I Will Survive." I'll believe that when I hear it!

  3. Bruceable wrote:

    07:38 AM, Feb 03, 2011

    the grammy awards, like all award shows, are total bullshit