Most Expensive Item In The Grammy’s Gift Bag
The Grammy’s gift bag is worth $36,000. What is inside of it to make it that expensive? A marketing company, Distinctive Assets, is the one who put the gift bag for the Grammy’s together. There were nearly 60 products in these gift bags that went to 145 people. the most expensive item in the gift bag is a private performance from mentalist Carl Christman. His performance is worth $25,000.
Additionally, there is a robotic pool cleaner that is $699. Next a smart birdfeeder that takes photos of birds that visits your house and send them as digital postcards. That is valued at $300. There is also noise canceling headphones from Dyson which are valued at $699. Additionally, they come with an attachment that supplies purified air when you need it. Finally, there is organic pet food worth $282, a $299 sleep consultation and a case of Poppi soda for $8.99.
Carl Christman is a magician and mentalist. On his website here is what it says about him, “Dr. Carl Christman is a teacher, author and mentalist. He plays with language, psychology and non-verbal cues to entertain audiences across the country. He combines magic, mind reading, hypnosis, and comedy in an audience centered exploration of the mind. Carl’s unique brand of entertainment is fun, fascinating, and insightful. It is sure to leave your guests buzzing for weeks to come.”
Check out a video of him below.
Country Music Was Well Represented At This Year’s Grammy’s
The Grammy’s were memorable for fans of country music. Firstly, Luke Combs teamed up with Tracy Chapman to perform “Fast Car”. This was the first time that they have teamed up to perform the song that Luke Combs re-recorded that became a big hit in 2023. Lainey Wilson won the Best Country Album and Chris Stapleton won the Best Country Song for “White Horse”. Chris also won for Best Country Solo Performance again for “White Horse”. Finally the Best Country Duo/Group Performance was “I Remember Everything” by Zach Bryan and Kacey Musgraves.