BANG BANG CON 21 will air on the BTS' YouTube channel on Sat., April 17 and feature archival concert and fan meet-and-greet footage.
On 'Til We Meet Again, Norah Jones and her band confidently twist selections from her 20-year songbook—and an unexpected cover—into fascinating new shapes.
In the latest episode of Positive Vibes Only, the Buffalo singer/songwriter Marc Scibilia performs his intimate, fingerpicked track, "Rivals."
Musicians United For Social Equity—or MUSE—just announced a series of scholarships for BIPOC musicians aiming to work in the theater business.
The visually and sonically stunning virtual MODA exhibit features stories, sounds, videos and images from 40 artists, including Burna Boy, Laraaji, Neneh Cherry, Charlotte Adigéry, Clipping, Nep Sidhu, Daito Manabe and Spillage Village.
The Los Angeles-based producer chatted with GRAMMY.com about meeting Doja Cat, her appeal as a viral sensation, his creative process, musical evolution and more.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch jazz singer/bassist/composer Esperanza Spalding win Best New Artist in 2011 while visibly on cloud nine.
For the first time since 1997, all four classic members of Sepultura have come together (albeit remotely) to speak at length about Roots and their groundbreaking exploration of their indigenous connections.
Airing Monday, April 12, at 7 p.m. PT on KCBS in Los Angeles, the 'Ma Rainey: Mother of the Blues' TV special celebrates the music icon and trailblazer and features Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Bonnie Raitt, Branford Marsalis, Melissa Etheridge, Jimmy Jam and others.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, the joyous South Korean boy band SEVENTEEN performs an irresistible version of "VERY NICE."
In Yo-Yo Ma: Beginner's Mind, the latest entry in Audible's Words + Music series, the household-name cellist examines his place in the world through the lens of a Zen Buddhist concept and with a central question: "Why am I me?"
In the latest episode of Herbal Tea & White Sofas, singer/rapper/actor Shelley FKA DRAM takes us on a tour of his backstage must-haves—and you may never look at a ginger root the same way.
Katy Perry, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, Yolanda Adams and more delivered heartfelt, rhinestone-encrusted covers of some of country queen Dolly Parton's greatest hits during the lively hour-long special.
The Philadelphia-bred R&B singer Pink Sweat$ opens up to GRAMMY.com about the enduring process of creating ‘Pink Planet,’ the artists who inspire him, using music to escape, and learning new cooking habits in quarantine.