We caught up with the GRAMMY-winning legend to learn more about his new album, The Power of the One, and its talented collaborators, mentoring younger artists and more.
The charismatic Xabi San Martin and Leire Martinez Ochoa recently spoke to GRAMMY.com about just how personal this album is, what role instruments play in amplifying their feeling, their growth as a band, what they want to do next, and more.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rock the music industry, GRAMMY.com reached out to a few musicians to see how they were spending their days indoors. Today, Nané' vocalist Daniel Sahad shares his Quarantine Diary.
Inside the perseverance that pushed this blues guitar hero into his highest-ever chart position a half-century into his pioneering career.
The one-and-only "Weird Al" accepts the GRAMMY from producer David Foster and delivers a hilarious speech in this blast from the past.
Featuring heavy hitters ranging from David Byrne to Debbie Harry and Tom Waits to the Thompson Twins, the 1990 compilation led fans to new favorites and opened eyes to a disease destroying countless lives.
On Oct. 16, one of the late, great Tom Petty's wishes finally came true—for his GRAMMY-nominated 1994 album Wildflowers to finally be released as he intended, as a 25-track double album.
For the latest Record Store Recs, Zoé's guitarist Sergio Acosta shares his favorite vinyl haunts around the world and some of his favorite finds.
The genre-fusing Chicago artist talks to GRAMMY.com about collaborating with talented friends, learning from jazz summer camp and the cliches of after-gig small talk.
The distinguished leadership committee will work with honorary chairs to elevate Black music creators and professionals.
Look back at how the Havana native began her career as a teenager performing at cabarets and went on to win three GRAMMY Awards, four Latin GRAMMY Awards and a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
The new documentary looks at the life of the late GRAMMY-nominated folk singer and how his message of hope and making a difference resonates so strongly today.
The women will be recognized in a virtual ceremony hosted by GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Erika Ender on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
The 63rd GRAMMY Award nominees in all 84 categories will be revealed during a star-studded livestream at 9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 p.m. ET.