Bill Forman is a Recording Academy/GRAMMY.com contributor.
It's tempting to play the numbers game with Justin Bieber's
It's tempting to play the numbers game with Justin Bieber's Purpose. More than two years in the making.
Much to the disappointment of the tabloids, Kanye West did not blindside Taylor Swift onstage at
More than two decades after its release, Nirvana's performance on MTV's "Unplugged" still stands as a convincing testimonial to Kurt Cobain's unmistakable musical genius and enigmatic charisma.
If the two breakout hits on OutKast's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below sounded like the work of completely different artists, that's because they essentially were.
Depending on which side of the cultural divide you fall, Skrillex's music is either the epitome or the antithesis of dubstep.
You can say what you want about Delaware's official state bird, the Blue Hen chicken. Or Utah's official state firearm, the Browning M1911 pistol.
Who said popular music and politics don't mix?
Definitely not Phil Ochs, the Clash, Public Enemy, Rage Against The Machine, Steve Earle, or Megadeth's Dave Mustaine.
Sure, there's Gene Simmons' tongue, Rob Zombie's grindcore, Marilyn Manson's mechanical animals, and the Juggalo Nation's communal Faygo showers.
Welcome to Forgotten Videos. For some, these videos are forgotten, for others just filed away, and for others still, a totally brand-new discovery.
(As a member of the Band, Levon Helm was honored with The Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award
It's no secret that Federal Communications Commission deregulation and media consolidation has arguably wiped out any local or regional differentiation in commercial radio.
"We are all interested in the future," intones the narrator in Ed Wood's 1958 film Plan 9 From Outer Space, "for that is where you and I are going to spend the rest of our lives."