GRAMMY trophies at the 59th GRAMMY Awards in 2017
The emotionally and intellectually gripping saxophonist James Brandon Lewis did his homework while conceptualizing 'Jesup Wagon,' an album that manifests George Washington Carver's essence into today's world.
The mighty singer/songwriter Juliana Hatfield just wants space to write songs—and making her new album, Blood, entailed hiding out from the thought police.
The epic, invitation-only six-hour Zoom party not only celebrated the iconic music industry mogul's talented guests, ranging from DaBaby, H.E.R., Elton John, Berry Gordy Jr. and Oprah Winfrey, it also raised money for the GRAMMY Museum.
Sticky Fingers, the Rolling Stones' chart-topping 1971 album, is an essential and dangerous rock and roll project that marked a rebirth for the iconic band.
In the latest episode of Positive Vibes Only, singer/songwriter Emily Weisband performs her compassionate, romantic song, "Love 2 Hard," which deals with the impossible dynamics of relationships.
The legendary Latin American superstar and fashion icon Thalía candidly talks about how her love life inspired her new album and how the music industry has caught on to the musical curiosity she’s had for years.
Women may be underrepresented in the production world, but one of its very best in classical and jazz is Elaine Martone. She opens up to GRAMMY.com about her life and career.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch the legendary Stevie Wonder win the GRAMMY for Album of the Year for Innervisions at the 16th GRAMMY Awards in 1974.
ZHU's third album, DREAMLAND 2021, released April 29 on Astralwerks, is a tribute to returning to the dancefloor, invoking a dark, sweaty warehouse rave, featuring support from Channel Tres, Yuna, Tinashe and more.
Native American trumpeter Delbert Anderson started playing straight-ahead jazz, but admits it was difficult to stand out. Once when he began exploring his Navajo heritage for material, things became truly interesting.
Following his transformational work as Interim President/CEO since 2020, the appointment removes the interim title and will enable Harvey Mason Jr. to continue the Recording Academy's drive for meaningful change across the organization.
In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month and the healing power of music, GRAMMY.com wants to know your go-to comfort song.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, the Oakland, California, art-pop band Tune-Yards perform an abstracted version of their song "nowhere, man," from their 2021 album, sketchy.
The appointments of Manuel Abud and Gabriel Abaroa Jr. come after a "reorganization in 2019 that strengthened its leadership team and a successful 2020 in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic," a statement said.
On her new album, Zero Grasses: Ritual for the Losses, vocalist, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jen Shyu gazes unflinchingly into the maw of grief and discrimination.