In the face of a devastating pandemic, the Academy and its members unite with #SaveOurStages, CARES For Music and #SaveLiveEventsNow to fight for much-needed relief
Reflect on how the landmark legislation has changed the music licensing game for songwriters, producers and artists two years after it was signed into law.
The updated HEROES Act promises to restore unemployment benefits, support the arts, help music venues survive, and more – find out what it means for the music community.
As the music world mourns the loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of its biggest copyright champions, it also looks to the short-term and long-term battles ahead.
The committee will focus on economic support for creators as well as helping music industry recovery efforts amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning her service at the USCO next month, Perlmutter will fill the vacancy that has been left open since the departure of former Register Karyn Temple earlier this year.
Verify your voter registration status, register to vote, or request an absentee ballot on the Recording Academy's new #MusicVotes page.
The Hanson frontman and Recording Academy Texas Chapter Governor urged Congress to pass support for live venues now: "No industry has been hit harder than live music"
Over 300 of the organization's elected leaders signed the letter on behalf of music professionals to urge lawmakers to support the music community with economic relief.
The key amendment was negotiated by the Recording Academy in coordination with other music industry stakeholders to protect professionals in the music community.
On Sept. 1, as many as 1,500 venues, studios and music businesses across the country will be lit in red in solidarity to urge Congress to pass the critical RESTART Act as quickly as possible
With letter writing campaigns, a voter registration drive, participation in Congressional hearings and the flagship activation, District Advocate day, music makers made history in summer 2020.
The Recording Academy's seventh-year organizing the event brought forth almost 2,000 Recording Academy members in over 250 gatherings with their members of Congress.
Nearly 2,000 Recording Academy members – including GRAMMY winners and nominees – took part in over 250 meetings today in the year's largest grassroots music advocacy movement.
One week ahead of the largest virtual music grassroots activation of the year on Aug. 12, here's everything you need to make a difference for music makers.