In the newest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Santana and Rob Thomas win Record Of The Year at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards for "Smooth," the unlikely smash-hit pairing of the classic rock legend and Matchbox Twenty leader.
For the 20th anniversary of the Strokes' groundbreaking, industry-shaking 2001 debut album Is This It, GRAMMY.com pays tribute to the band and release with an industry round-table tribute featuring artists the group influenced and music biz professionals who worked with them.
To better understand the long-running, ultra-prolific and emotionally impactful rock band Guided by Voices, dig deeper and check out Robert Pollard's other projects.
Spanish rock legend Enrique Bunbury discusses his minimalist backstage essentials for GRAMMY.com's Herbal Tea & White Sofas video series.
During the pandemic, Jay Farrar had more time than ever to craft Son Volt's new album, Electro Melodier. The result is among the 30-year-old band's most personal, oracular and muscular works to date.
On their fourth strike, Bleed American, Arizona quartet Jimmy Eat World simplified their sound, swung for the fences, and opened the doors for a new generation of alternative and pop-punk bands. Frontman Jim Adkins and other band members tell the story of how the album broke the group into the mainstream.
David Crosby has had a rough go of it recently, losing his income, a child and nearly his house. So why does his new album, For Free, sound so springy, joyful and enamored with the gift of human existence?
Bay Area rocker Jason Becker on the importance of community, how the Recording Academy and the music industry can support musicians with accessibility needs, and what he’s up to next.
Jackson Browne's new album, Downhill From Everywhere, was the product of years of contemplation and craft. Despite dealing with heavy topics from immigration to the environment, the music has a spring in its step.
When the clock ticked to zero for Bob Dylan's "Shadow Kingdom" livestream, nobody knew what to expect. What fans got was another side of his '60s and '70s hits—and a few quintessentially Dylan curveballs.
Watch Aerosmith win Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for their classic song, "Janie's Got a Gun," at the 33rd GRAMMY Awards in 1991 in the latest installment of GRAMMY Rewind.
Two years ago, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and Phish's Trey Anastasio covered Derek and the Dominos' Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs live in full. Now, as gigs fire up again, the Tedeschi Trucks Band is sharing the smoking results.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, watch the singer Camino perform a cover of Train's GRAMMY-winning hit "Drops Of Jupiter," remaining faithful to the groove and feeling of the original.
With their new album Nowhere Generation, rockers Rise Against sought to create a rallying cry for younger generations—and anyone prohibited from the American Dream.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Beck deliver an everyman speech upon winning Best Male Rock Performance for his quirky hit "Where It's At" at the 39th GRAMMY Awards in 1997.