The 2015 Grammys at the Staples Center in Los Angeles had a ton of spectacular performances. Acts ranged from bands like AC/DC that have been around since the 1970s, to singers like Ariana Grande, who hadn’t even been born when Madonna was making music. In case anyone missed out, a compilation of all of Sunday night’s performances have been listed below:
AC/DC opened up the show with a rocking performance. The band had everyone on their feet when they performed their classic hit “Highway To Hell.”
Ariana Grande took the stage to sing a soulful rendition of “Just a Little Bit Of Your Heart,” which is off her 2014 album “My Everything.”
Jessie J and Sir Tom Jones took the stage next to present an award for Best Pop Solo Performance, and also sang “Lost That Loving Feeling,” which was originally sung by the Righteous Brothers. Pharrell Williams ultimately won the award.
Next up was Miranda Lambert who performed "Little Red Wagon."
For the first time in six years, Kanye West took to the Grammy stage. He premiered "Only One," a song dedicated to North West, his daughter with wife Kim Kardashian.
Madonna continued with the matador theme established by her Red Carpet dress, performing "Living For Love." There was also a cute moment with Miley Cyrus when she introduced the icon as a b----, and then added, "she told me to say that."
A grand entrance was made by Ed Sheeran, who opened with “Thinking Out Loud.” The English star was accompanied on stage by John Mayer. Jeff Lynne of Electric Light Orchestra then took the stage to sing hits like “Evil Woman.”
Clothed in glamorous attire, Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani made the audience swoon as they sang “My Heart Is Open.”
Hozier, in an all-black ensemble, was the next up to woo the crowd with “Take Me To Church.” Then, he was joined by Annie Lennox and it was her turn to sing “I Put A Spell On You.”
Pharrell Williams, who had already won an award for Best Pop Solo Performance, did a different version of his hit “Happy” that featured violins and a piano solo.
After an impassioned anti-domestic violence speech, Katy Perry took the stage to sing "By the Grace of God."
Grammy nominees Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett sang “Cheek to Cheek,” the same song that earned them a Grammy nod.
It was up to Usher to follow Gaga's and Bennett’s classy performance. The R&B star was joined on stage by a harp as he soulfully sang to the audience. He was soon joined by legend Stevie Wonder.
After an introduction by Keith Urban, Eric Church sang "Give Me Back My Hometown."
Rihanna, Sir Paul McCartney and Kanye West didn’t need an introduction when they took to the stage to perform.
Sunday night was a good one for Sam Smith. By the time he sang "Stay With Me," he already had two Grammys under his belt. Mary J. Blige lent her vocals.
Latin rocker Juanes performed his new song "Juntos."
Though Sia did not show her face, she left it up to her backup dancers to put on an exceptional act.
After Beck won for Best Rock Album and Album of the Year, he took to the stage.
After being introduced by Gwyneth Paltrow as her “beautiful friend,” Beyoncé sang "Take My Hand Precious Lord" at the award show.
For the last performance of the night, John Legend and Common performed their Golden Globe award-winning single “Glory.”
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