NEIL DIAMOND AND BARBRA STREISAND crooning “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers.” Aretha Franklin stepping in to perform “Nessun Dorma” for Luciano Pavarotti, who fell ill, at the last moment. Elton John and Eminem uniting for an unforgettable cross-genre, cross-generational performance.

These are just a few examples that longtime Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich offers to make this point: “Without in any way demeaning the importance of the Grammy Award as an award, people watch the show for the performances,” he says. “That’s what they love. They want to see what the people they know—or people they want to get to know—are going to do on that stage.”

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