From seminal albums by Fleetwood Mac, Bonnie Raitt and Lauryn Hill to artists with multiple wins such as Stevie Wonder and Taylor Swift, the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year is the ultimate honor. Take a look back at some memorable moments from Album Of The Year GRAMMY winners in our latest installment of GRAMMY Rewind.
Not only did Taylor Swift's fifth studio album, 1989, establish her as a fully emerged pop powerhouse, her unforgettable GRAMMY Award acceptance speech proved she is a force to be reckoned with. Swift also made history by becoming the first woman to win the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year twice for her solo recordings. Take a look back at the landmark album that earned Swift three GRAMMY Awards at the 58th GRAMMY Awards including Album Of The Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Music Video for "Bad Blood" and gave her, that night, "the greatest feeling in the world."
She's a GRAMMY Camp — Jazz Session alumnus. She's won two prestigious jazz honors in the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition and Thelonious Monk Institute International Jazz Competition. Now Jazzmeia Horn reflects on her 60th GRAMMY nomination for Best Jazz Vocal Album for her debut album, A Social Call.
"I started to scream and dance and I got really excited!" says Horn. "Somebody came and knocked on the door, because I was in a hotel, and she said, 'Is everything OK?'"
R&B sensation Khalid became a household name in 2017, racking up five GRAMMY nominations for the 60th GRAMMY Awards, including Best New Artist. We caught up with Khalid to play One Take, GRAMMY.com's new series that challenges your favorite artists to answer as many fun, fast questions about music, life and everything in between in just one minute. Find out how much can you learn about the young star in just 60 seconds.
Jean and Marcus Baylor of The Baylor Project share their reactions to their first career GRAMMY nominations for Best Jazz Vocal Album for the Journey and Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Laugh And Move On."
"Got a call first thing in the morning about 9 o'clock," says Jean Baylor, "I was like 'oh my gosh, we got two?' We're doing cartwheels, screaming… and then Marcus calls on the other line, because we were in two separate cities. He's never at a loss of words, you've got to understand my husband, and he's like, '[silent pause]… oh man!'"
Taking a break from his extended Everybody Tour, Logic sat down to play an installment of One Take, GRAMMY.com's new series that featuring your favorite artists answering as many rapid-fire questions about music, life and everything in between as they can in just sixty seconds.
In this episode, find out what is Logic's favorite song by Frank Sinatra, favorite video game to play on the road, and what he thinks was the weirdest gig he's ever played.
Throughout GRAMMY history, budding superstars such as Bette Midler, Natalie Cole, John Legend, Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, and Maroon 5, all destined for long, prolific careers, have taken home the coveted GRAMMY Award for Best New Artist. Take a look back at some of the highlights through the years from one of the GRAMMYs most talked about honors.
Filled with twists and surprises, the 40th GRAMMY Awards, held Feb. 25, 1998, at Radio City Music Hall in New York, were an anniversary to remember. Take a trip back in time as the Dylans dominate, female luminaries such as Shawn Colvin, Paula Cole and Trisha Yearwood take home GRAMMYs, and Aretha Franklin, Celine Dion and Will Smith bring down the house with impressive performances.
Singer/songwriter K.Flay shares her reactions to her GRAMMY nominations for Best Rock Song for "Blood In The Cut" and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for her 2017 LP, Every Where Is Some Where.
"[I] feel really excited to have seen this thing that started out as a weird hobby grow into my actual job," said K.Flay, a graduate of Stanford University.
From Simon And Garfunkel, Roberta Flack and Michael Jackson to Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Green Day, and Adele, take an abbreviated tour through the lineage of the Record Of The Year GRAMMY category, which dates back to the inaugural GRAMMY Awards.
Philly synth-R&B duo Marian Hill had a breakthrough year in 2017 driven by the success of their debut album, Act One, and hit single "Down." We caught up with Samantha Gongol and Jeremy Lloyd to play One Take, GRAMMY.com's new series that challenges your favorite artists to answer as many fun, fast questions about music, life and everything in between in just one minute. Find out how much can you learn about the duo in just 60 seconds.
While they have kept busy with their two-piece EP set, Future Friends, Superfruit took a break to play One Take, GRAMMY.com's new series that features your favorite artists answering as many fun, fast questions about music, life and everything in between in just one minute. Find out how much can you learn about the pop duo in 60 seconds.
Hosted by John Denver, the 25th GRAMMY Awards saw big wins by Toto, Marvin Gaye and John Williams; captivating performances by Miles Davis and Joe Cocker with Jennifer Warnes; and even some unexpected hijinks from the inimitable Eddie Murphy.