The all-star tribute special, which aired March 10 on CBS, featured performances by Patti LaBelle, John Legend, SZA, Alicia Keys, Common & More.
The band also plans to share archival photos, unseen footage of live performances and new visuals, available only on Spotify.
The "Swalalala" singer recently stopped by the Recording Academy headquarters for our latest edition of Up Close & Personal, and shared what fans can expect on her next LP—more of her—and explained the empowering backstory behind "Swalalala."
The "Take Me Home Tonight" singer passes away just weeks after announcing his esophageal cancer diagnosis.
In this special edition of GRAMMY Rewind, travel back in time to the 14th GRAMMY Awards in 1972 where The Temptations present Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin with the award for Best R&B Vocal Performance.
25 years after the release of Carpenters tribute album 'If I Were A Carpenter', featuring contributions from Sheryl Crow, Sonic Youth, The Cranberries, Dishwalla and many more, the Recording Academy speaks to those involved about the project's legacy.
The accomplished songwriter's new venture, Burnout, will focus on meditation, mindfulness and healthy eating for creatives
"Fascinating" was to appear on 2001's Reveal, but was eventually cut from the album. Proceeds will go to Mercy Corps, a global non-profit that aids countries affected by disasters.
The Rolling Stones are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Let It Bleed with a new box set, out Nov. 1, which will include a remastered version of the tracks in mono and stereo, as well as a replica of the "Honky Tonk Women/"You Can't Always Get What You Want" seven-inch in mono.
Ahead of Miracle Pill's release, Goo Goo Dolls frontman John Rzeznik called up the Recording Academy to talk about the concepts on Miracle Pill, why he's "so pro-daughter" and getting a lump in his throat listening to fellow Replacements fans (and future tourmates) Beach Slang.
The singer, songwriter and visual artist has inspired and influenced many great rock and alternative artists over the past three decades
In the latest installment of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY, three-time GRAMMY-winning Christian artist Michael W. Smith welcomed the Recording Academy to his home in Franklin, Tenn., where he revealed where he keeps his golden gramophones.
From Dr. Dre to Destiny's Child and Britney Spears to Moby, a lot artists released amazing albums back in 1999—we want to know which classic LP you're still jamming out to.
The show will take place at Brooklyn Steel in New York on Nov. 3 and will feature hip-hop duo Camp Lo, as well as other special guests.