(L-R) Mama Duke, Bobby Sessions, Anastasia Hera, Fat Tony
George Wein wasn’t just at the ground floor of Newport Jazz Fest, Newport Folk Fest and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fest. He arguably crafted the archetype of the modern music festival—and was a stouthearted and unforgettable character to boot
Embrace the last moments of summer as 5 Seconds of Summer lead singer Luke Hemmings delivers a warm performance of "Baby Blue," off his 2021 debut solo album, When Facing The Things We Turn Away From.
The Recording Academy has announced that nominations for the 2022 GRAMMY Awards show, officially known as the 64th GRAMMY Awards, will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021; additional key dates and deadlines included; key GRAMMY Week events will be announced closer to the show.
In the newest episode of Black Sounds Beautiful, learn how Cardi B's artistry makes the GRAMMY winner a leading light for Black excellence.
For Aussie singer/songwriter and "Torn" hitmaker Natalie Imbruglia, writer's block isn't just an annoyance; it amounts to paralysis. That's where her comeback album Firebird—her proverbial rising from the ashes—comes in.
Did you remember to say your prayers this morning? If not, don't worry, GRAMMY-nominated gospel artists Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes have got you covered on this week's edition of Positive Vibes Only.
Chicago DJ/producer RP Boo helped create the superfast dance music known as footwork—20 years later, he still sounds like no one else.
In the latest episode of For The Record, GRAMMY.com examines the legendary career of GRAMMY-winning producer, DJ and remixer "Little" Louie Vega.
On the latest episode of the Press Play At Home performance series, watch alternative-pop band the Marías perfectly capture the warm feeling of love in their performance of "Un Millón."
Lindsey Buckingham has taken some life situations on the chin lately, from bypass surgery to Fleetwood Mac removing him. But as his new self-titled record attests, almost nobody is better at flipping awkwardness and darkness into joyous melodies.
In the debut episode of Histories: Salsa Music In NYC, Latin music writer, composer, bandleader, and educator Aurora Flores discusses the origin and evolution of salsa music and its connection to jazz.
The brand-new interactive Bruce Springsteen exhibition will debut at the GRAMMY Museum Experience Prudential Center in Newark on Oct. 1, after which it will travel to the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles in fall 2022.
The 50 songs featured on GRAMMY.com's official Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 playlist will give you a sonic tour of the artists shaping Latin music today.
On the surface, Chris Daughtry had the best possible outcome for a fourth-place "American Idol" winner: The first Daughtry album made massive sales. But it's only on his newest, Dearly Beloved, that he has complete creative autonomy.