GRAMMY trophies at the 59th GRAMMY Awards in 2017
Bun B and Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova laid out insight and lessons they've gained from using music as a tool for activism at this year's GRAMMY Career Day, an annual nationwide educational program led by the GRAMMY Museum.
The masterful actress Glenn Close and GRAMMY-winning big-band leader Ted Nash found common ground back when Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra was born. Now, they have Transformation, a heady new album with both their names on the sleeve.
Using his studio as a happy place during the pandemic, Camilo Lara aka Mexican Institute of Sound has continued to push the Mexican culture forward through music, fashion and T.V.
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.
GRAMMY U, the Recording Academy’s university network, came together to organize a conference aiming to provide hope and job insight for future music industry graduates. Featuring singer/songwriter Julia Michaels and her team, the virtual conference will livestream on May 7.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, G. Love (of Special Sauce fame) performs a soulful version of Brittany Howard's "Stay High," which won the 2020 GRAMMY for Best Rock Song.
New exhibit highlights the band's accomplished career and commitment to positive social change.
Featuring talks, panels and workshops with experts and musicians, MusiCares' programming for Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 is bringing awareness and support for mental health issues impacting music people.
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.
In an act of resistance against record-high anti-Asian violence, the nonprofit collective Gold House has launched the A100, a list of the most influential API leaders.
Janet Jackson's GRAMMY-winning seventh album, All For You, released two decades ago this year, was a healing session that solidified her as an unshakeable icon.
Get ready to raise your hands up to the heavens with this soulful performance from Chicago-bred singer/songwriter Natalie Bergman and the Chicago Children's Choir.
Luis Fonsi, Becky G and Thalía will host Ellas y su Música, a partnership between the Latin Recording Academy and Univision, featuring Camilo, Victor Manuelle, Prince Royce, Anitta, Cazzu, and more.
Nicknamed the "Maharaja Of The Keyboard" by the iconic Duke Ellington, the late Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson won a total of seven GRAMMY Awards in his career.
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.