(L-R) Mama Duke, Bobby Sessions, Anastasia Hera, Fat Tony
From emotional tributes to criticizing the government, artists across all genres captured the country’s wide range of feelings about 9/11.
In the newest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Aerosmith win the GRAMMY for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for "Livin' On The Edge" at the 36th GRAMMY Awards in 1994.
After catapulting to crossover success with 2018's enchanting Golden Hour, Kacey Musgraves aims to have the same impact with her first full breakup album, star-crossed.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, watch singer/guitarist Jack Underkofler of Dead Poet Society perform the band’s emotional track “I Never Loved Myself Like I Loved You” off their debut full-length album -!-.
Jamaican gold medalist and musician Usain Bolt joins GRAMMY.com to discuss his musical upbringing, working with best friend NJ on his new album, Country Yutes, and his run-in with Drake.
Ryley Walker makes experimental singer/songwriter music for the flannel-clad; Switchfoot makes worshipful hits for the airwaves. Despite their vast differences, Walker is a self-proclaimed "Foothead"—and nobody can interview them like him.
On September 9th, John Lennon's album Imagine celebrates its 50th anniversary with dynamic social media events a "global" watch party of Lennon and Yoko Ono's conceptual 1971 music film.
Joni Mitchell was just crowned MusiCares' 2022 Person of the Year, which represents a feather in the legendary singer/songwriter's cap during her 77th trip around the sun. A career-spanning playlist shows her mastery in folk, jazz, blues and beyond.
Indie singer/songwriter Lucy Dacus discusses her personal third LP, Home Video, her role as a narrator and chronicling her coming of age.
The former Beatle’s 1971 hit has been through the wringer, subjected to decades of misguided tributes and flat-out misinterpretations. Despite it all, John Lennon’s "Imagine" miraculously shines on at 50.
Love is in the air in the latest edition of ReImagined At Home, as singer/songwriter WYATT warmly covers Eric Clapton's GRAMMY-winning 1996 single, "Change the World."
Unlike his brothers in the Jackson 5, Tito Jackson didn't release a solo album until decades into his career. Now, he's releasing his second, Under Your Spell, an homage to how the blues have shaped him from childhood onward.
The DJ and rapper famous for "Call Me D-Nice" is about to headline DC Jazz Fest on September 5, sharing the stage with some of the genre's leading lights. What compels a hip-hop legend to headline the largest jazz festival in our nation's capital?
For the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, watch superproducer duo Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis win their first GRAMMY Award, for Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical), at the 29th GRAMMY Awards in 1987 with swag, humor and grace—and full heads of hair.
In the latest episode of Up Close & Personal, GRAMMY-winning producer/artist DJ Khaled discusses his vision for his 12th studio album, KHALED KHALED, and its fire collabs, which include JAY-Z, Nas, Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch, and more.