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PANDORA'S BIG NIGHT

Which Artists Saw Grammy-Related Bumps at the Online Radio Giant

This year's youngest Grammy nominee, 12-year-old pianist Joey Alexander—who was up for Best Jazz Instrumental Album and Best Improvised Jazz Solo, and performed briefly on the show—was the big winner at Pandora following last night's telecast.

Alexander saw a 1000% increase in station adds. And FYI, he's also the youngest artist ever to be recognized in the jazz categories, and the sixth-youngest to be nominated in any category in Grammy history.

Warner Bros. songstress Andra Day followed his lead with 661%, while MusiCares Person of the Year Lionel Richie enjoyed a 646% increase. See an extended list of artists to score big at Pandora below.

Joey Alexander: 958%
Andra Day: 661%
Lionel Richie: 646%
Alabama Shakes: 602%
Little Big Town: 366%
Bonnie Raitt: 305%
James Bay: 259%
Gary Clark Jr.: 257%
Tori Kelly: 244%
Christian McBride: 111%
Chris Stapleton: 109%
Hamilton: 79%
Kendrick Lamar: 79%

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