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The Fighters and the Fire will perform along with the Rolling Stones member on an episode of 'Saturday Night Live' that will air May 19.
Win Butler explains that the song they created for the Jennifer Lawrence-starring movie narrates 'a weird, alternate-universe version' of the story in the film.
Win Butler and his bandmate debut an interactive music video which allows the dance movements on the screen to be controlled by their fans.
The judges has decided to pick Grammer for the Most Innovative Video winner rather than other established acts such as Robyn, OK Go and Arcade Fire.
Arcade Fire star Will Butler was left reeling during a recent trip to Haiti as he struggled to comprehend the scenes of "suffering and chaos".
Bieber, who was a no-show, won over Michael Buble and Drake among others in the only category which winner is determined by fans' votes.
The likes of The Strokes, The Black Keys and Lil Wayne are also set to perform at the music festival this June.
RiRi, Bieber and Cee-Lo Green win one nod each, but it's Tinie Tempah and Grammy's Album of the Year winner Arcade Fire who top them all by scoring more than one prize.
The Slim Shady finds his Best Rap Album win 'crazy,' while Arcade Fire will celebrate their Album of the Year victory with 'another song.'
People at NARAS have confirmed the Arcade Fire rumor, but remain mum about Katy Perry report.
Initially scheduled to perform in Lisbon on November 18, Arcade Fire have to cancel it because their visit coincides with a NATO summit.
William Butler will share his experience in combining his music career and helping others through social activities.
Fans are allowed to visit their own neighborhood in an interactive music experience of Arcade Fire's 'We Used to Wait (The Wilderness Downtown)'.
This week's Billboard Hot 200 is flooded with new releases but they pull in not enough sale number to knock off the Slim Shady from the top spot.
Beside scoring 2.1 million mark, 'Recovery' so far has also become the second-best seller behind Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now'.