John Legend, the Jonas Brothers Kesha and Cheap Trick were among the other epic performers who rocked out hard to Aerosmith's jams.
Friday’s Careers in Music panels brought students and industry professionals together for discussions and Q&As on beginning careers in the music and entertainment industry.
The GRAMMY Museum brought students, educators and a special performance by Bebe Rexha together to celebrate music education during GRAMMY Week.
During GRAMMY Week 2020, seven women paving the way for greater inclusion in the music industry shared their stories, statistics and advice on how to reshape the system and make more space for women and other underrepresented groups.
The event featured current nominees Kimie Miner, Kathryn Schulmeister, and Amy Hanaiali'i, plus two-time GRAMMY winner Kalani Pe'a and Na Hoku Hanohano award winners Bobby Moderow Jr., Streetlight Cadence, Jeff Peterson, and more...
The Colombian superstar talks his first-ever GRAMMY nomination for Best Latin Pop Album, the artists who opened doors for him, his musical versatility and what he'll wear to the 2020 GRAMMYs.
Presented by The Recording Academy, the official GRAMMY Week panel featured industry luminaries and the genre's leading artists who discussed the evolution of Latin music and the road ahead for the scene.
Would it be BJ The Chicago Kid, Anderson .Paak, Ella Mai, PJ Morton or Lucky Daye?
The STORIESTelling: Music and HIV/AIDS panel discusses the impact of music on the virus and how the virus impacted artists and music communities forever.
In partnership with Women In Film, on Wednesday, Jan. 22 the GRAMMY Museum presented "A Celebration Of Women And Film," a panel discussion focused on the women who bring film and television to life through music.
In an hourlong talk during GRAMMY Week 2020, the panel discussed the necessity for artists to feel safe and supported, the rapidly changing music industry and Perry's company, We Are Hear.