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The Recording Academy has compiled some of the free and low-cost online music industry conferences worth attending to help elevate your career and craft in 2020.
The two-day online event, taking place June 26-27, is providing a platform for female and non-binary artists.
Taking place Thursday, May 28, the online event will benefit the Amazon Emergency Fund, which supports indigenous communities and organizations in the Amazon basin who are facing threats from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Programming includes new performances, archived live sets, yoga, films, educational resources and more...
The Recording Academy recently caught up with the legendary house DJ/producer to learn more about the new track, working with Claude VonStroke, his early years in Chicago's underground and more.
The free, weekly online series, which will take place every Thursday starting May 28 through the end of July, will focus on real-time music industry topics and will feature hit songwriters, producers and special guests.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande have come together for "Rain On Me," an optimistic dance-pop track about Gaga's personal experiences off her forthcoming album, Chromatica.
The Boss' 2002 hit earned him GRAMMY Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, as well as a nomination for Song of the Year.
To honor the late legend, who died of complications due to COVID-19 on April 7, some of the Recording Academy’s board members have made a special version of "Angel from Montgomery" out on May 22 off his self-titled 1971 album. Revenue from the song will go to MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Taking place Saturday, May 30, the online event will raise funds for those working in Colorado's music and entertainment industry who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Nicole Moudaber, Nora En Pure, LP Giobbi, Lee Burridge, Claptone, GRiZ, Lane 8, Gryffin and more are also curating stages for the massive digital fest.
The three-day event, taking place July 3-5, will feature prerecorded performances from "some of the biggest UK and US artists."
As the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to rock the music industry, the Recording Academy reached out to a few musicians to see how they were spending their days indoors.
The run of dates scheduled to kick-off July 4 has now been pushed back