ET's Brooke Anderson was on the red carpet for Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy bash and spoke to some of the industry's briggest stars, including one of the year's biggest phenomenons, the Grammy-nominated Lumineers!
"It feels pretty incredible. I mean we wrote music just to satisfy ourselves, so to be recognized at all is a huge honor for us," said Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers. When asked about what the band had planned for its Grammy performance, band mate Stelth Ulvang said the viewers would just have to tune in to find out. "We try to change it up every time, so we're still working on it."
Jordin Sparks spoke to Brooke about the different tone of this year's party compared to 2012, when Whitney Houston passed away. "It's just crazy that it's been a year, but she (Whitney) would want everybody to have a good time and to be hear and celebrate music, because that is what she loved," Sparks said. "I'm happy to be here and to honor her in that way because I know she would want me to be here happy."
This year's event -- sponsored by Davis and the Recording Academy -- honored Epic Records' Chairman and CEO Antonio L.A. Reid.