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  • "We're thrilled, delighted, excited and very much looking forward to Mick doing his debut on the Grammy stage," said Neil Portnow, president and CEO of the Recording Academy. "It's extraordinary to many of us that the fact is, this will be the first time; he has never performed on the Grammy stage."

    Jagger to make first appearance on Grammy stage →

  • Friday's dinner and auction produced the highest grossing evening in the tribute's 21-year history, Recording Academy president Neil Portnow said.

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