Tuning in to one of the biggest nights in music—the 2013 Grammys on Sunday, Feb. 10—is bound to make you a fan of some new artists—at least if you weren’t already.
After the awards are presented and you’re still humming the “Song of the Year” yourself, you may be wondering where you can buy some of the year’s best in music. Or better yet, keep up with all your favorite singers and up-and-comers in preparation for next year.
When it comes to music magazines, sure, you’d think we’ve got that covered—and we do. But with an expanded product selection, we also offer music from your favorite artists, including some of those up for a Grammy (or two) on Sunday.
In honor of the big awards show, we’ve got great magazines, CDs and DVDs going for a song. And the best part is, these prices are good through Feb. 11, giving you time to watch the Grammys before you decide to buy.
Here are some of the highlights:
Rolling Stone: This iconic music magazine is also an authoritative source on pop culture trends, with each issue providing well-written social and cultural commentary. It’s our featured deal at just 50 cents an issue for 10 issue, making it a steal.
Billboard: This is the magazine you want if you want to read about music and only music. Each issue covers everything from up-and-coming artists to reviews and top sellers, plus it offers a peek at the people and innovation in the entertainment business.
Adele Live at The Royal Albert Hall: The British singing-songwriting sensation is looking for another Grammy, this time for her live performance of “Set Fire to the Rain,” which she performs on this DVD. (For fans of the studio version, we also offer Adele’s 21 CD on our site.)
Blown Away, Carrie Underwood: The former American Idol winner, country music darling and multi-award winner is up for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song for the title track on her latest album, said to be “darker” than her previous ones.
Tornado, Little Big Town: Staying in the country genre, that song that makes you want to get out on the water, “Pontoon,” is up for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. It’s also the band’s first No. 1 hit since forming in 1998.
The Lumineers, The Lumineers: Social media buzz after hearing this American folk rock band’s eventual first single, “Ho Hey,” on CW’s “Hart of Dixie” propelled it on to the national music scene. Its self-titled debut is up for Best Americana Album, and the band is up for Best New Artist.