Lenny Kravitz Hosts, Performs at 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards: Watch – Rolling Stone

Lenny Kravitz hosted and carried out a medley of his greatest hits throughout the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards on Monday. Throughout the ceremony’s opening, Kravitz paid tribute to the households and victims of the Nashville college capturing.

“I need to take a second to ship a few of that therapeutic like to the households and the harmless people who misplaced their lives on the Covenant college right this moment and to your complete Nashville group,” mentioned the artist that night. “Our hearts are heavy and we’re with you. Nashville, we love you, and America, we should do higher.”

Kravitz additionally carried out a mixture of a few of his prime tracks that evening together with “American Girl” and “Fly Away” from his 1998 album 5, and “Are You Gonna Go My Approach,” from his 1993 album of the identical identify.

The occasion celebrated its tenth anniversary on Fox from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles with Harry Types, Lizzo, and Taylor Swift as probably the most nominated artists of the evening; every obtained eight nods.

“I’m thrilled to host and carry out on the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards to have a good time the perfect in music,” Lenny Kravitz mentioned in an announcement previous to the occasion. “As at all times the present will function some nice surprises and unforgettable performances that music followers throughout the nation received’t need to miss.”

The ceremony introduced Swift with the Innovator Award and featured a particular efficiency from Pink, who obtained the 2023 Icon Award. Kravitz additionally joined the lineup of slated performers alongside Latto and a particular look from LL Cool J. The evening additionally noticed performances from Coldplay, Kelly Clarkson, Keith City, Muni Lengthy, Cody Johnson, Pat Benatar, and Neil Giraldo. 


Kravitz just lately carried out “Calling All Angels” throughout the “In Memoriam” section on the 2023 Academy Awards honoring these within the movie trade which have died over the previous 12 months. In 2022, Kravitz inducted his “musical hero” Lionel Richie into the the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame.

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