Total Music Awards was created by Scott Shetler, a Seattle-based freelance journalist who has worked for newspapers, music blogs, and publicity and booking agencies. He is a Grammy expert who finds the awards endlessly fascinating, even though he is often puzzled by their selections.
His favorite Grammy performances include Annie Lennox dressed as Elvis Presley singing “Sweet Dreams” with the Eurythmics in 1984, Pink dangling from the ceiling on “Glitter in the Air” in 2010, and Aretha Franklin stepping in for Pavarotti in 1998 to sing “Nessun Dorma.”
Total Music Awards provides the most complete coverage of the Grammy Awards found anywhere online, with in-depth analysis and predictions coming on every major Grammy category. The site also covers the American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, and pretty much every other award show that features music.
We’re also working on a huge database of archived winners and nominees for all the big award shows. If there’s a particular topic you’re interested in, Contact us and let us know!