Bruno Mars delivered an amazing performance tonight at the Grammys. Mars began by singing the latest single “Locked Out of Heaven”, from his newly released album “Unorthodox Jukebox”. He was soon joined on stage by Sting, the singer of The Police, who Mars credits for some of the musical inspiration for the chart topping hit. Mars and Sting were then joined by Rhianna and Ziggy Marley for a tribute to Ziggy’s father, legendary reggae musician Bob Marley. The group performed a collection of Marley’s top songs.
This was not Mars’ first Grammys performance. Mars performed last year at the 54th annual Grammys singing “Run Away Baby” which provided a much needed energy and excitement to the show as it followed Jenifer Hudson’s tribute to Whitney Houston who had passed away just days before.
Mars has shown his musical versatility time and time again. He has written for artists from Brandy to Travie McCoy as well as several others. With talent like his, there is no stopping his rise through the music industry into music history.