The Grammys postpone their nominations for the funeral of George H.W. Bush

The Recording Academy postponed the announcement of the Grammy nominations on Friday, December 7, initially scheduled for next Wednesday, so that it does not coincide with the funeral of former President George H. W. Bush (1989-1993).

The Academy detailed today in a statement that on Friday, December 7, at 5.30 pm P.T. will be announced on the CBS and Apple Music network the candidates of some categories of the most important awards in the music industry.

Fifteen minutes later, at 5.45 P.T., the institution will publish on its website all the nominees of the 84 categories that make up the 61 edition of the Grammy.

After celebrating its 60th birthday in New York in 2018, the Grammys will return to Los Angeles next year with a gala that will take place on February 10 at the Staples Center in the city of California. (EFEUSA) .-

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