(Tuesday, February 24, 1987, 8:00-11:00 p.m. EST) — Paul Simon’s controversial Graceland was named Album of the Year tonight at the 29th Annual Grammy Awards at Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (click here to watch 12 videos from tonight’s ceremonies).
“That’s What Friends Are For,” the upbeat ballad that raised $750,000 for AIDS research, won three Grammys, and Steve Winwood won Record of the Year.
Video: 'Janet Jackson What Have You Done For Me Lately/Nasty Grammy Performance 1987'
Video: 'Whitney Houston - The Greatest Love Of All (HQ Stereo) (1987 29th GRAMMY Awards)'
(Saturday, January 24, 1987) — Radio Days, an American comedy-drama film about a family’s life during the Golden Age of Radio, premiered today at the Utah/US Film Festival (later the Sundance Film Festival) in Park City, Utah
Directed by Woody Allen, the film starred Danny Aiello, Jeff Daniels, Mia Farrow, Seth Green, Robert Joy, Julie Kavner, Diane Keaton, Julie Kurnitz, Renée Lippin, Kenneth Mars, Josh Mostel, Tony Roberts, Wallace Shawn, Michael Tucker, David Warrilow and Dianne Wiest.