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    R.E.S.P.E.C.T. the legends. Aretha Franklin and Clive Davis attend 92nd Street Y Presents An Evening With Aretha Franklin, Clive Davis and Anthony DeCurtis  on Oct. 1 in New York

    Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine have nothing but "California Love" after their induction into the California Hall of Fame on Oct. 1 in Sacramento, Calif

    Although #RobinWilliams is most recognized for his film and television work, he has also received five #GRAMMYs: Best Comedy Recording – Reality...What A Concept [1979] Best Comedy Recording – A Night At The Met [1987] Best Comedy Recording – Good Morning, Vietnam [1988] Best Recording For Children – Pecos Bill [1988] Best Spoken Comedy Album – Robin Williams - Live [2002] Thank you for the laughs.

    GRAMMY winner LL Cool J and GRAMMY-nominated pianist Lang Lang help congratulate Recording Academy President/CEO Neil Portnow, who was honored with the UJA-Federation of New York's 2014 Music Visionary of the Year Award on June 25 in New York

    Gerry Goffin And Carole King's Lasting Legacy

    How many GRAMMY winners can you fit in one photo? Elvis Costello, T Bone Burnett and Lyle Lovett cheer on their friends Kris Kristofferson and Randy Newman — who were both honored with the PEN New England Song Lyrics Award for Literary Excellence — at a ceremony on June 2 in Boston

    Backstage at the 17th Annual GRAMMY Awards in 1975, David Bowie, Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon, Yoko Ono, John Lennon and Roberta Flack all hang out

    KISS and Tupac presenting at the 38th #GRAMMYs in 1996

    Lionel Richie, Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, and Phil Collins front row at the 28th #GRAMMYs in 1986

    The Jackson 5 performing at the 16th #GRAMMYs on March 2, 1974

    "Funny Girl" was the first Broadway cast album to receive an Album Of The Year nomination

    Throw your hands in the air and wave 'em around like you just don't care if you loved this performance. Justin Timberlake and Jay Z dance through "Suit & Tie" at the 55th GRAMMY Awards in 2013

    No woman, no man, no cry with this much star power on the GRAMMY stage. Sting, Ziggy Marley, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and Damian Marley jam to Bob Marley's "Could You Be Loved" at the 55th GRAMMY Awards in 2013

    Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl and Joe Walsh joined Paul McCartney and his band members Rusty Anderson and Brian Ray for a medley of Beatles songs from Abbey Road at the 54th GRAMMYs in 2012. Will there be an encore at "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles"? Tune in to CBS on Feb. 9 to see

    We pity the fools who missed this performance at the 53rd GRAMMY Awards in 2011. Cee Lo Green, Gwyneth Paltrow and a team of colorful puppets joined for a performance of "Forget You." In spite of the song's title, we'll never forget Green and his bird suit

    Before Miley Cyrus came through like a wrecking ball and before Taylor Swift decided to never ever ever get back together, the ladies united to deliver an innocent performance of Swift's "Fifteen" at the 51st GRAMMY Awards in 2009

    Adele teamed with Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles to raise the roof off the 51st GRAMMY Awards in 2009 with a soaring performance of her "Chasing Pavements" and Sugarland's "Stay"

    Melissa Etheridge and Joss Stone proved anything can be done with a little bit of soul as they joined for a tribute to the late Janis Joplin at the 47th GRAMMY Awards in 2005. Stone began with a cover of "Cry Baby" before Etheridge made a brave comeback to perform "Piece Of My Heart"

    Usher and James Brown went head-to-head (and toe-to-toe) in a dance-off as the pair teamed to perform "Caught Up" and "Sex Machine" at the 47th GRAMMY Awards in 2005

    It got crazy on the 45th GRAMMYs stage in 2003 with the flashily dressed Prince and Beyoncé performing Prince's "Purple Rain," "Baby I'm A Star" and "Let's Go Crazy," and Beyoncé's "Crazy In Love"

    Elton John waved goodbye to the yellow brick road when he teamed with rapper Eminem for a game-changing performance of "Stan" on the 43rd GRAMMY Awards in 2001

    The GRAMMYs' Biggest Winners: The '70s |

    Stevie Wonder - Albums: 3 Singles: 3 First induction: "Superstition" (1998) Most recent: "For Once In My Life" (2009)

    Leopold Stokowski - Albums: 5 Singles: 1 First induction: Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 In C Minor (with Sergei Rachmaninoff and the Philadelphia Orchestra) (1976) Most recent: Schoenberg: Gurre-Lieder (with the Philadelphia Orchestra soloists, choruses) (2007)

    The Rolling Stones - Albums: 4 Singles: 2 First induction: "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (1998) Most recent: "Honky Tonk Women" (2014)