GRAMMY trophies at the 59th GRAMMY Awards in 2017
In an act of resistance against record-high anti-Asian violence, the nonprofit collective Gold House has launched the A100, a list of the most influential API leaders.
Janet Jackson's GRAMMY-winning seventh album, All For You, released two decades ago this year, was a healing session that solidified her as an unshakeable icon.
Get ready to raise your hands up to the heavens with this soulful performance from Chicago-bred singer/songwriter Natalie Bergman and the Chicago Children's Choir.
Luis Fonsi, Becky G and Thalía will host Ellas y su Música, a partnership between the Latin Recording Academy and Univision, featuring Camilo, Victor Manuelle, Prince Royce, Anitta, Cazzu, and more.
Nicknamed the "Maharaja Of The Keyboard" by the iconic Duke Ellington, the late Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson won a total of seven GRAMMY Awards in his career.
Process amendments include the elimination of nominations review committees and the addition of two new GRAMMY Award categories, including Best Global Music Performance and Best Música Urbana Album.
The GRAMMY Museum has revealed the lineup for its COLLECTION:live virtual programming lineup, much of it highlighting artists of Asian descent in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Jazz Appreciation Month may be wrapping up, but listeners can bring that energy into the rest of the year—one where the music needs our support more than ever
Ahead of her keynote conversation at the GRAMMY U Virtual Conference on May 7, Julia Michaels sat down with GRAMMY.com to candidly discuss her debut, love, relationships, social media, and more.
"Motown: The Sound Of Young America" is on display at the GRAMMY Museum in Downtown Los Angeles, which opens its doors to the public on May 21, 2021.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, the Dominican pop star Techy performs "Tu Me Quieres Más," a song brimming with confidence and dense atmosphere.
The long-running rock band Guided by Voices recorded their astonishing new album, Earth Man Blues, while quarantined hundreds of miles apart. Here's how they pulled it off—along with an exclusive premiere of the album via GRAMMY.com.
Nancy Wilson's upcoming album You & Me is partly a reflection on her personal relationships—both with the living and those who have passed. Its single "The Inbetween," premiering exclusively via GRAMMY.com, is all about the liminal spaces of existence.
Producer and engineer Al Schmitt earned 20 GRAMMY Awards throughout his career and co-founded the Recording Academy's Producers & Engineers Wing.
After over a year since the GRAMMY Museum closed its doors in Downtown Los Angeles due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is reopening on Fri., May 21.