The open discussion on music advocacy with Dina LaPolt, Shay M. Lawson and Susan Genco in partnership with the Entertainment Law Initiative featured helpful tips for both students and music artists.
Ahead of the London trio's third album, Californian Soil, released today, April 16, GRAMMY.com chatted with frontwoman Hannah Reid about the transformative, deeply personal project.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Bobby McFerrin humbly win Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male at the 29th GRAMMY Awards in 1987 for "'Round Midnight."
Singer/songwriter Valerie June tells GRAMMY.com about how her latest album, The Moon And Stars, urges listeners to dream big in seeking change in the world.
Tanya Ramos-Puig spoke with GRAMMY.com about her background, what she hopes to bring to her new role and what's next for the Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation.
Released 20 years ago this month, 'In My Memory' recalls an era when Tiësto was proudly the king of trance.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, Robert Finley performs his soulful song "Country Boy," from his autobiographical new album Sharecropper's Son, with the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach on slide guitar.
In celebration of her month-long Beatport residency, GRAMMY.com caught up with Maya Jane Coles to learn more about the stellar lineup she curated, what new music she's been cooking up, her teenage hip-hop roots and more.
Featuring Jimmy Jam, Bonnie Raitt, Viola Davis, Branford Marsalis and others, "Ma Rainey: Mother Of The Blues" examines Rainey's legacy and the making of the acclaimed Netflix drama Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have contorted jazz into an unrecognizable shape, but it was powerless to derail these ten brilliant labels from around the globe.
An article from Complex highlights the work of MusiCares and union SAG-AFTRA to connect artists with resources, and suggests most labels can do more to take care of their artists.
BANG BANG CON 21 will air on the BTS' YouTube channel on Sat., April 17 and feature archival concert and fan meet-and-greet footage.
On 'Til We Meet Again, Norah Jones and her band confidently twist selections from her 20-year songbook—and an unexpected cover—into fascinating new shapes.
In the latest episode of Positive Vibes Only, the Buffalo singer/songwriter Marc Scibilia performs his intimate, fingerpicked track, "Rivals."
Musicians United For Social Equity—or MUSE—just announced a series of scholarships for BIPOC musicians aiming to work in the theater business.