Queens of the Stone Age had many nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards in 2014 and were asked to close the Grammy show with a performance alongside other famous artists, including Nine Inch Nails, Lindsey Buckingham, and Dave Grohl. However, despite all this, they didn’t win any awards, and their performance got cut short while the show’s credits and sponsors were shown.
Later, during a concert in Houston, the band’s lead singer Josh Homme introduced the Queens of the Stone Age song ‘I Appear Missing’ with a playful remark, saying:
“This next song is by Imagine Dragons. F*ck everything. F*ck the man. F*ck Imagine Dragons and f*ck the Grammys.”
Following his statements on the gig, the frontman joined an interview with Faster Louder. When asked if he’d perform at the Grammy Awards again, especially after his last performance was abruptly shortened on TV, he clarified the Houston incident by stating:
“I’d play anywhere; I don’t care about the drama. I got misunderstood for something I said when I was reacting to someone in the audience recently, and not to mention I was really drunk. But the truth is that I’m a musician; I play my music.”
“I don’t really worry about the rest, and I don’t think it’s necessary to worry or sweat the rest of this stuff. Just go and play your music… I don’t like to be disrespected, but nobody likes that.”
Imagine Dragons won the Grammy for Best Rock Performance at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards with their single ‘Radioactive.’ They triumphed in the category over Queens of the Stone Age, who had been nominated for their song ‘My God Is The Sun.’
Homme’s words on Grammys followed a tweet by Trent Reznor saying ‘F*ck you,’ who was performing with Nine Inch Nails and QOTSA at the 2014 Grammys when their performance was interrupted by commercials.
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