Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes will host the "Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony", which will stream live prior to the Grammy Awards show.
Blues legend Buddy Guy was among the Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award recipients for 2015.
Aaron Neville's classic single "Tell It Like It Is" was among the recordings added to the Grammy Hall of Fame for 2015.
Robert Glasper Experiment is nominated in the Best R&B Album category for "Black Radio 2." The album features a guest vocal appearance by Luke James (on "Persevere"). Luke James ("Persevere") and PJ Morton ("Worries") have songwriter credits on the album.
The Tim McGraw/Faith Hill track "Meanwhile Back at Mama's" is also nominated in the Best Country Song category. The songwriters are Tom Douglas, Jaren Johnston & Jeffrey Steele.
The Chick Corea Trio is nominated in the Best Jazz Instrumental Album category for "Trilogy" [Grammy winner]. The album features Corea with Christian McBride and Brian Blade.
Johnny Winter's album "Step Back" is nominated in the Best Blues Album category [Grammy winner]. The album includes a guest appearance by Dr. John, and features covers of Fats Domino's "Blue Monday" and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's "Okie Dokie Stomp."
The album "The Wolf of Wall Street: Music from the Motion Picture" is nominated in the Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media category. The album includes the Allen Toussaint track "Cast Your Fate To The Wind."
The Oscar-winning documentary "20 Feet From Stardom" is nominated in the Best Music Film category [Grammy winner]. The film spotlights background singers (including NOLA native Merry Clayton) and their contributions to the music industry.
See the complete list of nominees at Grammy.com.