Howard appeared in ensemble performances of "Heaven Help Us All" and "What'd I Say."
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The Alabama Shakes' performance was one of a few moments from the three-hour show that actually had the command to put viewers on the edge of their seats.
Who won, who lost and who was probably just happy to be invited to the 58th annual Grammy Awards.
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For its 15th year, Sasquatch! has lined up a roster that includes the Cure, Florence and the Machine, Sufjan Stevens, Alabama Shakes and more.
For their second 'Austin City Limits' appearance, Brittany Howard and her cohorts played six songs from their Grammy-nominated sophomore album 'Sound & Color.'
Alabama Shakes played a handful of cuts from their Grammy-nominated sophomore effort 'Sound & Color,' including "Gimme All Your Love" and "Don't Wanna Fight."
Howard recently won 'Billboard' Women in Music’s 2015 Powerhouse award, and she lived up to the honor with a stunning performance of "Joe" at the ceremony.