Kacey Musgraves, Dan + Shay and Shawn Mendes also set to take the GRAMMY stage on Feb. 10 for Music's Biggest Night.
For years, artists have been rocking some serious looks on Music's Biggest Night. Who are you the most excited to see walk the red carpet at the 61st GRAMMY Awards?
For musicians of all genres, ages and backgrounds, leading a substance-free life can be a tall order. Here's how a few well-known artists tackle the challenge.
A 50-concert tour, 50 track-releases on digital, multiple box sets, an upcoming documentary and more roll out "KC 50," a high-concept retrospective from the band that proved progressive rock's eclectic potential in 1969.
Nadelman will take over the position after working at Concord Music for 12 years.
The GRAMMY-winning group, led by living legend Carlos Santana, has planned a massive year to celebrate both the 20th birthday of the classic Supernatural and the 50th anniversary of their Woodstock performance.
Artists memorializing the Soundgarden singer's diverse life's work in music include Ryan Adams, Fiona Apple, Brandi Carlile, Miley Cyrus, Foo Fighters, Josh Homme, Adam Levine, Ziggy Marley, Metallica, Miguel, and Chris Stapleton.
As we get closer to the 61st GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 10, see where the Campbells keep their GRAMMY Awards.
The Swedish trio will celebrate almost 20 years together as a group with more U.S. shows and new music.
The experimental metal band's co-founder and guitarist reacts to being nominated and talks touring, coffee, and the chance to bring a GRAMMY Award home to North Carolina on his 40th birthday.
Look back at the 15-time GRAMMY winner's most memorable moments on stage at the GRAMMY Awards.
The lineup for the 50th anniversary of the legendary music festival is a history lesson in itself, featuring a wide range of artists from across decades and genres.
The Irish alt-rock band’s eighth record, In The End, will arrive on April 26.