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Grammy Highlights 2004
Grammy Highlights 2004
Beyonce and Prince open the show at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards Feb. 8, 2004, in Los Angeles.
Christina Aguilera sings "Beautiful."
Martina McBride sings "Concrete Angel."
Alicia Keys performs during a tribute to Luther Vandross.
Justin Timberlake accepts his award for best male pop vocal performance for "Cry Me a River."
Olivia Harrison, wife of Beatle George Harrison, speaks during a tribute to the 40th anniversary of the arrival of the group in the U.S.
Yoko Ono, wife of Beatle John Lennon, also speaks during the tribute.
Sting and Jamaican reggae star Sean Paul perform "Roxanne."
A dove sits in Beyonce's hand as she performs "Dangerously in Love 2."
Sting, left, Dave Matthews, center, and Vince Gill perform "I Saw Her Standing There" in a tribute to the Beatles.
Ozzy Osbourne salutes the crowd as he presents the award for best rock performance with his wife Sharon.
Billy Bob Thornton, left, Jackson Browne, center, and Dwight Yoakam perform "Keep Me in Your Heart" in tribute to Warren Zevon who died last year.
Guitarist Verdine White, of the group Earth, Wind & Fire performs during a tribute to funk.
Andre 3000, left, joined by his son Seven, bottom, and Big Boi, of the group Outkast, accept the group's award for album of the year for "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below."