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No Grammys? No problem - fire up some nominees for a storm playlist

3 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

The last weekend in January is traditionally a time for snowstorms and Grammy parties. This year, we've definitely got the snowstorm. And we can still have a Grammy party, even though the ceremony has been postponed till March. But that doesn't stop you from firing up a playlist, going through the 10 Record of the Year nominees, and predicting which one will get the final nod when the moment comes.
The first contender is the one we never expected to see again, namely ABBA. The Swedish foursome shocked everybody by picking up exactly where they left off: Frida and Agnetha's voices have...
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