Brody Ray shares "the most validating experience of my life" ahead of his performance at TRANScendent Sounds Festival 2021 this Saturday, June 26.
An online music festival putting the spotlight on a diverse roster of transgender music artists, TRANScendent Sounds Festival returns this month, Saturday, June 26, with a thrilling array of performances and special appearances.
Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall & Jack Ingram’s The Marfa Tapes is an auditory glimpse into the mountainous horizons that surround Marfa, Texas. Lambert talks to GRAMMY.com all about the making of it.
Following a string of hits throughout the 2010s, country singer/songwriter Chase Rice has finally capped off his three-part The Album project. And getting to the finish line meant embracing himself for who he is—which entailed not giving a damn what randoms say.
The annual disclosure of the GRAMMY Awards Rules and Guidelines mirrors the Recording Academy's commitment to ensuring its actions are fair and transparent and that all details surrounding the awards process are easily accessible to the music community at large.
The country veteran recounts the meaningful conversations and collaborations that led to his 11th studio album, Set in Stone.
Hosted by the Recording Academy's New York chapter, the Music, Purpose + Community panel highlighted creators who are working to close the accessibility gaps on and off the stage and fighting to make disability a part of the diversity dialogue.
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month 2021, the MusiCares team has compiled a playlist of their favorite pick-me-up songs, including tracks from Taylor Swift, Fitz and the Tantrums, Bill Withers and more.
Process amendments include the elimination of nominations review committees and the addition of two new GRAMMY Award categories, including Best Global Music Performance and Best Música Urbana Album.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, singer/songwriter Maggie Rose performs the sharply-honed song "For Your Consideration," which she wrote with Joe Ginsburg and Megan Redmond.
Rusty Young "was an innovator on the steel guitar and carried the name Poco on for more than 50 years," Poco co-founder Richie Furay said.
Katy Perry, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, Yolanda Adams and more delivered heartfelt, rhinestone-encrusted covers of some of country queen Dolly Parton's greatest hits during the lively hour-long special.
Carrie Underwood recently spoke with GRAMMY.com about her new album, 'My Savior,' her spiritual journey, learning from gospel legend CeCe Winans, and crafting what she calls "legacy music."
Shrouded in amber fog and accompanying himself on sonorous electric guitar, Chris Stapleton performed Louis Armstrong’s paean to a better Earth, "What A Wonderful World."