The 56th annual Grammy Awards will take over the Los Angeles Staples Center on Sunday, Jan. 26 and we can’t wait to see which artists and bands come out on top this year.
To help us prepare for a night filled with heartfelt acceptance speeches, unforgettable performances and crazy outfits, check out our favourite Canadian Grammy moments from the past.
1) Nelly Furtado picks up her first Grammy Award and performs with Steve Vai
Before Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit “Call Me Maybe” became an international success and was named 2012's Song of the Summer, another Canadian songstress had a track that spread like wildfire.
In the early 2000s, you couldn't go anywhere without hearing Nelly Furtado’s tune “I’m Like A Bird.” The addictive track helped propel the singer to chart-topping success.
Furtado took home the Grammy Award in 2002 for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “I’m Like A Bird” and gave a breathtaking rendition of the song during the show accompanied by guitarist Steve Vai.
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