Lukas Graham On How Long It Took To Write "7 Years"

Danish pop quartet also perform their Top 5 hit and detail the meaning behind the song
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Pop band Lukas Graham visited The Recording Academy's headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., to participate in an exclusive GRAMMY.com interview and performance. The quartet discussed how they developed "7 Years" and how the song’s success has affected their career outlook, among other topics.

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Tom Petty Named 2017 MusiCares Person Of The Year

Three-time GRAMMY winner to be honored for his creative accomplishments and artist advocacy and charitable work; GRAMMY Week gala to take place in Los Angeles Feb. 10, 2017

Tom Petty will be honored as the 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year in Los Angeles on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, two nights prior to the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Proceeds from the 27th annual benefit gala dinner and concert will provide essential support for MusiCares, which ensures music people have a place to turn in times of financial, medical and personal need.

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MusiCares: A Musician's Safety Net

With the announcement of Tom Petty as the 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year, learn how MusiCares assists thousands of members of the music community in times of need
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Diplo On Shout-Outs From Kanye West And His Chemistry With Skrillex

GRAMMY winner also discusses recent collaboration with Beyoncé and why he wants to work with the younger generation of musicians during Up Close & Personal With Diplo event
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GRAMMY-winning DJ/producer Diplo covered a variety of topics relating to his career during Up Close & Personal With Diplo, a recent program presented by The Producers & Engineers Wing and The Recording Academy Philadelphia Chapter.

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Your Weekly GRAMMY Social Roundup

Dixie Chicks, Enrique Iglesias and The Weeknd are featured in the 10 tweets and Instagram posts we didn't want you to miss
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Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" ReImagined By Sam Tsui

YouTube star is joined by Casey Breves for a haunting cover of the GRAMMY-winning hit for The Recording Academy
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YouTube star and singer/songwriter Sam Tsui recently performed Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" for an installment of The Recording Academy's ReImagined series at the YouTube Space in Los Angeles. Tsui was joined by his husband, singer Casey Breves, for a new cover of the GRAMMY-winning hit.

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How Maren Morris Found Her Sanctuary In California

Nashville singer/songwriter details how a drive on the Pacific Coast Highway led to her hit song "My Church"
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Country singer/songwriter Maren Morris visited The Recording Academy's headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., to participate in an exclusive GRAMMY.com interview. Morris discussed the artists who influenced her country/pop sound and how a drive on the Pacific Coast Highway in California inspired her hit song "My Church," among other topics.  

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Alone With Mike Posner

Singer/songwriter/producer performs his hit "I Took A Pill In Ibiza" at the GRAMMY Museum and discusses his latest album, At Night, Alone.
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Singer/songwriter/producer Mike Posner recently participated in an installment of the GRAMMY Museum's The Drop series. In an exclusive interview, Posner discussed how he wanted listeners to experience his latest album, At Night, Alone., and why he's not interested in repeatedly creating the same type of music, among other topics.

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Your Weekly GRAMMY Social Roundup

The Beatles, Gary Clark Jr. and Little Big Town are featured in the 10 tweets and Instagram posts we didn't want you to miss
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All-Stars Channel B.B. King In "The Thrill Is Gone" Performance

Joe Bonamassa, Keb' Mo', Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Slash, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, and more trade licks at Icon: The Life And Legacy Of B.B. King
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A variety of all-star musicians came together to salute the late 15-time GRAMMY-winning blues legend B.B. King on Sept. 1 at Icon: The Life And Legacy Of B.B. King, a live tribute concert supporting GRAMMY Foundation and GRAMMY Museum initiatives.

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