From Kacey Musgraves to Gary Clark Jr., a sonically and racially diverse array of artists put their best notes forward at ACL 2019.
After her ACL set, the U.K. singer stopped by to chat with the Recording Academy about featuring the words of Eartha Kitt on her song "Hide Out."
Indie-pop quartet the Aces know exactly how to indulge in healthy eating while on the road. How do they avoid the convinience of fast food? Whole Foods.
Weekend two of the Austin City Limits Festival had fans braving rain and weather in the upper 40s, one of the coldest ever in the history of the Texas fest, to catch the band's set. And they did not disappoint.
While big festivals like Austin City Limits may boast massive names as headliners, they also provide opportunities for rising talent to hit the stage. Local Austin singer Alesia Lani was one performer showing audiences what Austin has to offer weekend two of the three-day festival.
In this special edition of GRAMMY Rewind, the Colombian pop great takes the stage to perform her hit '90s single.
The GRAMMY-winning songstress also talks about going independent, staying humble, her Y2K "Foolish" era and more.
"As an artist who has a platform, it's your responsibility to speak about things that are important to you and be responsible. I'm trying in my own way," the inspiring artist/scientist recently told the Recording Academy.
Specializing in a surf-rock, neo-psychedelic sound and laid-back visual aesthetics, the Allah-Las push toward more experimental tunes on their latest album, LAHS.
Preview Mathis' performance above, and don't forget to watch GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends on Fri., Oct. 18 at 9 p.m. on PBS (check your local listings).
The trek kicks off on Feb. 1 in Vancouver, Canada and wraps up in April in New York City.
The swaggering frontman expands on the ideas behind the U.K. rock heroes' sixth studio album, learning to take care of his voice and staying anonymous in Switzerland.