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Posted at 6:00 PM ET, 12/ 3/2010

Coda: Grammys, Buble and Kennedy Center Honors

By Click Track

chuck brownChuck Brown scored his first Grammy nomination. (John Shore)

Grammy nominations were announced on Wednesday night and Eminem led the way with 10 nods. Locals were also well-represented, with Raheem DeVaughn and Chuck Brown scoring nominations. We predicted winners and picked some snubs. Carve out some time to catch up with Kennedy Center Honors recipients Merle Haggard and Paul McCartney. Haggard gets profiled, while McCartney -- along with Al Gore and others -- reflect on the Beatles' February 1964 performance at Washington Coliseum, the band's first U.S. gig. David Guetta DJ'd at Fur, Michael Buble crooned at Verizon Center and we predicted Pitchfork's top albums of the year. See you next week.

By Click Track  | December 3, 2010; 6:00 PM ET
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