Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock 1969
Concert and club venue Mezzanine has been a pillar of San Francisco nightlife for nearly 16 years, but, due to a 600% rent increase from the building's owner, its days of showcasing underground talent and GRAMMY winners alike may be sadly numbered.
After being relegated to the background in his millennium-era boy band, today the pop performer is embracing his chance to take center stage.
Ahead of her set in L.A., McMahon sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about her debut LP, processing her experiences through writing and attempting to argue about gender with men.
The L.A.-born-and-raised singer/songwriter stopped by the Recording Academy headquarters in Santa Monica to chat about his latest project, the cinematic video for "Death Of Me," inspiring the next generation of creators and more.
The first round for the free San Francisco fest has been released and also features Hayes Carll, the Meat Puppets, Dakhabrakha, Steve Earle & The Dukes, The Milk Carton Kids, Jackie Greene and the Waterboys.
The GRAMMY-nominated Southern California band have been teasing the follow-up to 2016's California album with new song releases, "Blame It On My Youth," "Generational Divide" and "Happy Days."
The rising Compton-born singer/rapper/producer sits down with the Recording Academy to talk about his forthcoming second EP, growing up in Compton, his dream collabs (such as recent tourmate Childish Gambino) and more.
The tour will launch in Toronto, Canada on Sept. 30, then head to other cities including Philadelphia, Portland, Atlanta, Chicago and Denver before closing out on Nov. 18 in Los Angeles.
The two met at Jay-Z's Roc Nation Entertainment Manhattan office on Tuesday, July 23, to seal the deal.
The GRAMMY winner released a third song from her forthcoming seventh studio album, Lover, dropping on Aug. 23.
One half of the GRAMMY-winning blues-rock duo talks to the Recording Academy about getting back to basics with his longtime bandmate, Patrick Carney.
The Recording Academy spoke with the French-Cuban sisters about their dynamic making music, having famous fans and more.
GRAMMY Music Education Coalition's executive director Lee Whitmore goes beyond the traditional music education model to connect with students in a more meaningful way—here's how…