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Jump for joy, Police fans




It's a done deal: The Police will perform at Feb. 11's Grammy Awards ceremony, the band confirmed today. Does this mean they're reuniting for good? I'd say it's unlikely. The performance is likely just a one-time event to commemorate the band's 30-year anniversary.

Which song do you think they'll play? It's the Grammy's, so your best bet is to go for the most obvious, misunderstood, over-played, commercialized and overrated song in their collection. (Let's just hope Sting doesn't insist on playing with a lute.)

That narrows it down to:

  • Every Breath You Take
  • Don't Stand So Close To Me, or
  • Roxanne

Speaking of the Grammy's, 20 years ago, here were the big winners:

  • Record of the year: Higher Love (Steve Winwood)
  • Album of the year: Graceland (Paul Simon)
  • Song of the year: That's What Friends Are For (Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Dionne Warwick and Gladys Knight)
  • Best new artist: Bruce Hornsby and the Range

[Last modified: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 2:21pm]


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