Devon Allman (L) and Duane Betts (R) of The Allman Betts Band
The new school will begin enrolling students Fall 2021, the music company said in a statement. Students will be able to earn a degree in music, music technology, entrepreneurship & production as well as sports management.
Watch the country star relive childhood memories of his hometown in an intimate performance of the final song on his new album, 'Sunday Drive.'
With the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of slowing down, GRAMMY.com checked in with Fram to get her perspective on the current situation, its ongoing effect on the music industry and how CMT is responding.
Celebrate 35 years since the initial release of Houston's first of a record-setting seven straight No. 1 singles
The group's founders, Devon Allman and Duane Betts, both sons of members of The Allman Brothers Band, tell GRAMMY.com how their latest double album helps cement their own identity while also honoring their past.
The soulful R&B singer wants to specifically have a big focus on mental health as she has seen her own aunt and uncle struggle mentally, emotionally and financially with the death of their son four years ago.
The brave and inspiring story behind the 17-year-old's triumph over body dysmorphia and success of her original, self-produced smash single.
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.
After years of songwriting for marquee music names—Ariana Grande, Fifth Harmony and Nas, just to name a few—the singer/songwriter is ready to step into the spotlight on her debut project.
The Ohio Weather Band, Brother Trouble, Ira Dean and others will also make appearances at the charity event raising money for MusiCares, Akron’s Children’s Hospital's cancer treatment and Cleveland food banks on Sept. 18.
The Recording Academy's first ever spoken word showcase celebrated poetry with performances from standout poets and spoken word artists including host J. Ivy, as well as Ursula Rucker, Sekou Andrews, Jericho Brown, jessica Care moore and others.
GRAMMY.com continues their Up Close & Personal interview series with South Los Angeles' Duckwrth, who talks new music, love for "Insecure," celebrating Blackness and more.
Mannywellz talks to GRAMMY.com about his forthcoming new music, collaborating with fellow Nigerian artists like Wale and VanJess, the meaning behind "Oulala," and how he's holding up during the pandemic.
As the majority of the live concert industry across the world remains on pause, GRAMMY.com chatted with a handful of artists about their cherished concert memories at some of their favorite clubs and venues.