Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock 1969
We sat down with the Nashville-based singer/songwriter backstage at Newport Folk to dig into her highly acclaimed sophomore LP and find out how art can imitate heartache.
After finding a permanent home in Hayes Valley, SFJAZZ Center has changed the way people think about jazz.
Since its inception, the festival that was to take place Aug.16–18 has faced problems ranging from financial troubles to issues with venues. Co-founder of Woodstock and Woodstock 50 organizer Michael Lang cited artists backing down as one of the reasons the music event has decided to not go forward.
The eclectic Mexican-American GRAMMY winners seek inspiration in the digital information age in this comment- and commentary-packed edition of the Recording Academy's original performance series
Chicago's Grant Park will be filled with music for four days this week at Lolla 2019; here's a helpful guide to prep for the big fest.
The "Truth Hurts" singer talks about the most exciting part of releasing her album, Cuz I Love You, the impact Missy Elliott left on her when she was younger, her album cover, vulnerability and more.
Lead singer Darius Rucker sits down with the Recording Academy to go deep on his band's best-selling album, feeling pressure to change the "Hootie" name, breaking racial barriers in country music and more.
The banjo-based quartet discuss how their new album drives the conversation of race in America forward. "We're looking back at the past, but the music is for today."
Sticka, who first joined the organization in 2014 and formerly held the position of Executive Director at the GRAMMY Museum, will continue to lead the museum's growth and strategy. He will also "oversee all aspects of Museum operations, including curatorial, development, marketing, grants and awards, public and education programs, and more," a statement said.
The GRAMMY-winning folk icon stopped by to chat with the Recording Academy about the first time she attended Newport Folk in 1963, rubbing shoulders with Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, what the fest means to her and more
From Dolly's big surprise to Brandi's big weekend, join us at the 60th Anniversary Newport Folk Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, as we round up the moments you may have missed, plus peek in on our exclusive backstage access.
We sat down with the man Aaron Lee Tasjan called "a Mark Twain of our time" to talk songwriting, storytelling and the spirits behind his triumphant folk return, Cash Cabin Sessions Vol. 3.