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Grammys 2017 Live Stream: How To Watch The 2017 Grammy Awards Live Online

The 2017 Grammy Awards is scheduled for tonight! On Sunday, February 12, 2017, the world of music celebrates the best songs, albums and artists of the year, plus much more! They will award the absolute best in the music industry, choosing the best compositions, artists and recordings from October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 (eligibility period). The host of The Late Late Show James Corden will host tonight’s festivities.

The official nominations for the 59th annual Grammy Awards were announced on December 6, 2016. Beyoncé has the most nominations of the night with nine in total, including Album of the Year. Drake, Rhianna, Kayne West have the next most nominations, with eight nominations each. Chance the Rapper is up next with the third most nominations, with total seven Grammy nods in total.

The careers of the late Prince and George Michael will be celebrated tonight. Look below and find out how you can live stream the 59 annual Grammy Awards on your computer, television, tablet or mobile device.


59th Annual Grammy Awards Viewing Details

Date: Sunday, February 12, 2017
Time: 8 P.M. EST/ 5 P.M. PST
TV Channel: CBS
Online: CBS All Access (you will need at least a trial membership to access this live stream)
Location: The Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
Host: James Corden


How To Watch The 2017 Grammy’s Live Online

Want to watch the 59th annual Grammy Awards live on your computer screen? Just click on the CBS website, and use your cable or satellite provider information to sign onto the website to gain access. The Grammy’s will be at your fingertips.


How To Watch 2017 Grammy’s Live on your Phone or Tablet

Looking to watch the Grammy’s on your tablet or mobile device? Well, you’re in luck, buddy! You can live stream the 2017 Grammy Awards on the CBS App, which you can access on iTunes and Google Play. But you will need your cable or satellite subscription information to log-in and live stream.

You can also access the CBS App on Xbox One, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku.

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