Colbie Caillat and Jason MrazGrammy week is in full swing and on Thursday night, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences presented 'Cue the Music,' a 90-minute concert celebrating the marriage of music and television. For the event, several past and present Grammy nominated artists, including Pat Monahan of Train, the Fray and the legendary Solomon Burke, brought songs associated with TV to life. Though there were many highlights, Colbie Caillat and Jason Mraz's recreation of Sonny and Cher's 'I Got You, Babe' and Tom Jones' 'It's Not Unusual' stood out.

"They knew that Mraz and I were gonna sing together [and] they thought those would be good songs for us to sing, especially the Sonny and Cher song," Cailliat told PopEater backstage before the show. "We just rehearsed it and it's so much fun. I feel like we're back in the '70s or something."

Monahan got to represent the music video era, performing both the Buggles' 'Video Killed the Radio Star' and Dire Straits' 'Money for Nothing.' "I went to YouTube and if people watch the Buggles do this live, it's badass, man. They play it like an amazing band," he told Popeater. "Dire Straits, that guy made it when he was 38 years old. That was the beginning of his career -- crazy. When's the last time that happened?"