For Linkin Park and Chester Bennington, the 48th GRAMMY Awards were a night to remember. Not only did the group win Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Numb/Encore" with Jay Z, they were part of a now-classic GRAMMY moment that included a performance of that song and the Beatles' classic "Yesterday" alongside the rapper and Paul McCartney.
Seattle-based singer/songwriter Andie Case covers the late Amy Winehouse's triple GRAMMY-winning song "Rehab," from Winehouse's Best Pop Vocal Album-winning and Album Of The Year-nominated Back To Black for the Recording Academy's ReImagined — a video series pairing successful YouTube creators with a GRAMMY-winning song.
New York rockers the Pretty Reckless took a moment at Florida's Welcome To Rockville festival to discuss their current tour cycle for their latest record, Who You Selling For?, some of the amazing musicians they've been working with and their unexpected love for the music of hip-hop group Die Antwoord.
GRAMMY award-winning singer/songwriter Kalani Pe'a performs "Hanalei I Ka Pilimoe" at the Recording Academy's Pacific Northwest Chapter's Songwriter's Summit in Portland.
Prior to the performance, Pe'a sat down with singer/songwriter and producer Catherine Harris-White, a.k.a. SassyBlack, to share his experiences struggling with a difficult speech impediment as a young child growing up in Hawaii, and how he used his early love for music helped him gain the confidence he needed to progress as an artist, build relationships with the people around him, and write a GRAMMY-winning album. In his own words: "Music saved my life."
Austin Richard Post, aka Post Malone, sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss his platinum-certified hit single "Congratulations," featuring Quavo from Migos, and produced by Metro Boomin, Fank Dukes and Louis Bell. The genre-bending rapper and singer/songwriter shared details on how the song's title came about, and revealed his excitement over the track's chart performance, having just climbed to No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Seattle-based folk band The Head And The Heart sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss how their collaboration with Oscar-winning director Cameron Crowe on his television show Roadies reinvigorated their interest in an unfinished song from their previous album, 2013's Let's Be Still. The song, "All We Ever Knew," was issued as the lead single from their third studio album, Signs Of Light, and climbed to No. 1 on Billboard's Alternative and Adult Alternative charts.
GRAMMY-winning singer Anthony Hamilton performs "Charlene," from his album Comin' From Where I'm From; album and song performance were both nominated for GRAMMYs.