Grammy Awards show moves back to February
No Olympics to meddle with music's biggest night
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Grammys are returning to their traditional month of February for 2011.
The Recording Academy announced Tuesday that music's biggest night will be held on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011. The show will be held at the Staples Center again in Los Angeles and aired live by CBS.
This year's show was held on Jan. 31, mainly because of the Winter Olympics. Because of that, the cut-off date for music to be eligible for a Grammy was moved up to Aug. 31. This year, the cut off will return to Sept. 30.
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