Harry Connick, Jr. (R) and Georgia Connick (L) filming "UNITED WE SING" on location for CBS
The GRAMMY-nominated musician from Lake Charles, La., joins GRAMMY winner Kirk Whalum and many more to start a conversation about racial injustice against of black males
The multi-talented artist from EXO and SuperM talks about the inspirations and goals behind Delight: "I wanted to showcase a variety of different sides that I have to myself."
The Recording Academy looks back at the Omaha indie greats' third studio album—a celebration of solitude and harbinger of emo's new wave.
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 coming month's online offerings also include programs with Glen Ballard and Rita Wilson, new digital exhibits celebrating Count Basie, Stevie Ray Vaughan and more, plus... learn how to DJ!
Two decades after its release, the Recording Academy looks back at one of hip-hop's most transgressive—and lyrically brilliant—albums.
The frontwoman opens up to the Recording Academy about the hard-rock mainstays' forthcoming album, 'The Bitter Truth' and its lead single, "Wasted On You."
The two-hour star-studded event celebrating the essential workers across America will benefit MusiCares' COVID-19 Relief Fund as well as No Kid Hungry and the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music in New Orleans.
The national LGBTQ youth organization and the "I Love Me" singer are on a mission to remind young people that pride is everywhere—even in a pandemic.
I Can Hear The Birds is a project birthed from the stress and anxiety of the coronavirus crisis, a soothing balm to calm the nerves and feel connected once again to nature, locales and people far away.
The May 29 Instagram Live event featuring the Latin GRAMMY winner will be broadcast in both English and Spanish.
The funky French electro duo also serve up a great list of recommended albums, including reissues from Tokyo's experimental electronic innovator Yukihiro Takashi and Lagos' '70s psych rockers Ofege.
Now streaming in quarantined homes via Instagram Live, the song-for-song set continues to serve as a celebration of Black musical pioneers: the DJs, songwriters, singers, rappers, producers, performers—and everybody in between.