The Best Las Vegas Headliners Score Grammy Nods

From Lady Gaga to Marshmello, Vegas acts take over the Grammy nominees

Las Vegas is used to hosting musical awards shows of all types. Be it the Latin Grammys or the Country Music Awards, there is no shortage of chart toppers in the city. That includes the very nominees themselves. This year’s list of Grammy nominations are chock full of Vegas headliners and we are happy with a capital “H” about it. 

And The Nominees Are…

Bruno Mars should leave space on the mantle open for at least one Grammy. Silk Sonic got a total of three nominations. Silk Sonic is up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best R&B Song.

Soon to be Vegas headliner Carrie Underwood got two nods with her two noms from the Recording Academy. Underwood was recognized for her duet with Jason Aldean. Their song “If I Didn’t Love You” is nominated in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance. She also got a second nomination this year in the Best Roots Gospel Album category with her “My Savior.”

EDM headliners Tiesto and Marshmello scored one nomination each. Tiesto’s “The Business” received a nomination in the Best Dance/Electronic Recording category. And Marshmello was acknowledged for “Shockwave” in the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album. 

Grammy’s Go GAGA

Barely out the door on her Las Vegas residency, Lady Gaga scored six Grammy nominations. Clearly the Recording Academy loves a girl who can jazz it up with the best of them. And she did just that. Her collaboration with the legendary Tony Bennett was a favorite nominee this time around with their  “Love for Sale” album.

The album itself received nominations in the Album of the Year, Best Engineered Album: Non-Classical and in a non-traditional nomination it also got a Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album nom. 

Read More: Off The Strip reviews Gaga’s ‘House of Gucci’

And the song “I Get A Kick Out of You” received nominations in the following categories: Record of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Music Video

grammy Nominees Live In las vegas

If you want to see the Vegas headliners live you certainly can. Well, with the exception of Gaga (wa, wa, wa).

Carrie Underwood is set to open her residency in Las Vegas at the newest Strip casino, Resorts World. Her first show is scheduled for Wednesday, December 1. Carrie will have five additional shows in December on the 3, 4, 8, 10 and 11. She will return in March. Tickets can be found at

Bruno Mars is performing at Dolby Live at Park MGM. He has four dates scheduled in December including an epic New Years Eve show on the books. 

His dates are December 17, 18, 30 and 31. Tickets are available at Warning: they are not cheap. After a quick look, I found the least expensive single ticket going for $2,000. 

Tiesto is back at Zouk Nighclub for a total of three dates before the Grammys are given out. His dates are December 3o, January 6 and 15. Tickets are at

Marshmello is at the Wynn. His next scheduled date is January 8. Tickets are found at

The 2022 GRAMMY Awards show is on Monday, January 31. They will be televised on CBS and stream live on Paramount+. 

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