Legendary singer/songwriter and pioneering pedal steel master talks about making his new album ‘Brighter Days’ with Dave Cobb, what keeps him inspired to play his instrument and the most unexpected moments from his recent tour.
Iconology is a five-track album Missy Elliott surprise-dropped at midnight on Friday, Aug. 23.
The nine-track follow-up to Everybody Works comes after some major changes for the 25-year-old, including a move to the City of Angels and becoming sober.
The GRAMMY-winning pop star teased the new album with a performance of "You Need to Calm Down" and lead single "ME!" on Good Morning America.
The new exhibit features photographs of Michael Bublé, Sheryl Crow, Iggy Pop, RZA, Esperanza Spalding, Ringo Starr, and many more.
Longtime music writer Mike Greenblatt looks in-depth at the magic of the original Woodstock in his new book, Woodstock 50th Anniversary: Back to Yasgur’s Farm.
The three-day hip-hop summit will also feature Quality Control's Coach K and Pierre “Pee” Thomas plus Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Ester Dean and more.
The ambassadors will serve as speakers at educational workshops, mentor aspiring music creators, donate ticket sales, auction items and more. The work of the ambassadors follows the foundation's mission of providing free vocational music industry training to aspiring young artists living in underserved communities.
The inaugural fest will take place at the Banc of California Stadium July 17– 18 and is executive produced by Dash Radio's God's House of Hip-Hop co-owners Emcee N.I.C.E. and Chantal "Chanie G" Grayson. The producers hope to create a space for "like-minded believers."
In July, the GRAMMY Museum awarded $200,000 to 15 recipients across the country working on research and preservation projects. Projects include work on archiving 960 audio reels belonging to Cajun and zydeco artists and research on how musical training affects complex memories. The GRAMMY Museum Presidents reveals details in a new interview.
The all-star trio discuss their traditional-rooted, modern-grown supergroup and the joy of making, "Real folk music for everyone, which is rad"
The R&B singer recently caught up with the Recording Academy, sharing what it was like to get back in the studio with the groundbreaking '90s girl group, being dressed by Jermaine Dupri back in the day, her experience teaching at GRAMMY Camp and more.
"We want to provide a really nice environment and want people to feel like they can explore and discover and utilize and create within it, however they want to," Vince Kadlubek, the Co-Founder and CEO of the experimental, experiential art collective, tells the Recording Academy.
The Recording Academy speaks to 18-year-old poet Saida Dahir about her spoken-word debut, what her black-Muslim identity means to her, BTS and other music she listens to, and more.