The 58th Annual GRAMMY<sup>®</sup> Awards: Looking back at the nominees who graced our studios

Awards season is in full swing with the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards just days away. After nearly six decades of celebrating the best in music, we’re still never certain of who will end up taking home a golden gramophone. What we do know, however, is that this year’s crop of nominees are up against some tough competition, regardless of category.

Over the last year or so, many of these artists have stopped by the SiriusXM studios to share with us their music and answer our burning questions. As we look forward to Monday’s show, let’s take a look back to wish them all good luck!

Watch Shawn Mendes cover Ed Sheeran’s Record of the Year-nominated Thinking Out Loud:

Relive Taylor Swift’s Town Hall as she gears up to battle her British bestie with the smash hit Blank Space:

Listen to Empress of’s cover of The Weeknd’s Record of the Year-nominated Can’t Feel my Face:

Check out Meghan Trainor covering Shake It Off, from Taylor Swift’s Album of the Year-nominated 1989:

Discover Best New Artist nominee Tori Kelly with these in-studio performances:

Take a look back at All Time Low’s cover of Ellie Goulding’s Love Me Like You Do, which is nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance:

Rock out to Elle King’s in-studio performance of Ex’s And Oh’s, which is nominated for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance:

Lift your spirits with Leon Bridges’ in-studio performance of Coming Home off the Best R&B Album-nominated of the same name:

Take yourself to church with Andra Day’s soulful in-studio performance of Rise Up, nominated for Best R&B Performance, off Cheers To The Fall, which is nominated for Best R&B Album.

Hear Sevendust go acoustic with an in-studio performance of Thank You, which is nominated for Best Metal Performance:

The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards airs Monday, Feb. 15 at 8 pm ET on CBS.

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