Here we go. The song is the Keys' "Lonely Boy." Boy howdy can these guys put across a mood. The Keys are up for five GRAMMYs tonight.
Check out the headdress on Dr. John!
Did you know? Dr. John was first introduced to the Black Keys by his children. The GRAMMY-winning blues artist recruited Dan Auerbach to produce his GRAMMY-winning Best Blues Album, Locked Down.
"Lonely Boy" was voted the third-best song of 2011 in an end-of-year poll by Rolling Stone. It's the lead single off their "El Camino" album from that year. Definitely no wonder why the accolades.
This may be the catchiest song, in fact, that the Keys have ever released. Possible?
"Lonely Boy" won the Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance
Dr. John -- aka Malcom John Rebennack, Jr. -- is 72 years old. He is about the coolest, slyest 72-year-old any city, not just the great city of New Orleans, could hope to produce.
More Dr. John, please! We need a better look at that getup.
And come on: does it get any better chops-wise than the Preservation Hall Jazz Band? They've been around since the 60s (with a bunch of different players), keeping genuine New Orleans jazz alive.
As GRAMMY moments go, this is a gigantic one. The boys from Akron, Ohio, held their own with the Big Easy legends.
If only there were time for an encore … here comes Kelly C. with a tribute.
While Kelly Clarkson is singing in the middle of the floor, the production team is busy getting the dual stages set up for the next performances. They work fast!
The Best Country Album Award is upon us, and the Zac Brown Band takes it. A lot of hats on the stage tonight!
Zac Brown's may be the most emotional acceptance of the night. Was he near tears?