For the first time in its history, the Grammy Nominations Concert is being held on a Friday night after five years of airing on Wednesdays. CBS says one key reason for the move is the ability to promote the show five days straight.
In this week's episode, Jason and Keith discuss One Direction's monster debut for "Midnight Memories"; a sales projection for Britney Spears' "Britney Jean," including a breakdown of the new album; Miley Cyrus' triumphant return to the top of the Hot 100 chart (thanks, in part, to a certain viral video); and some predictions for the Grammy Award nominations.
Ryan Bingham has written the main title theme and will produce the music for the film "A Country Called Home," his first film/music project since winning an Oscar and a Grammy for 2009's "Crazy Heart."
Phil Collins, the former Genesis drummer whose earnest ballads made him a star in the 1980s, is penning songs again. Although he dreads the idea of extended touring because it would take him away from his five children, Collins says he has missed the creativity of music since he retired in 2010.