Grammys: Burning questions

Will there be any duets with dead people? OK, so last year was the 50th anniversary party for the Grammys, but opening with Alicia Keys (pictured) singing with Frank Sinatra immediately set an awkward tone. Looking to the past is all fine and dandy, but keep it largely to the past year in music, which is what the Grammys are supposed to be honoring. How to rebound? Easy. Let Radiohead -- an experimental band with a mainstream following -- open the show.
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