In this exclusive GRAMMY.com interview, we pay August Burns Red a visit on set for their new music video for "Invisible Enemy" from their forthcoming album, Phantom Anthem, due out Oct. 6. The band talks about the inspiration behind the song and video, what fans can expect from their new album, the challenges of life on the road, and the honor of being nominated for a GRAMMY Award.
August Burns Red: Hanging Out On Set For "Invisible Enemy"
Watch a preview clip from the upcoming "GRAMMY Greatest Stories" CBS special, airing Nov. 24 on CBS.
It was his moment and he owned it. Learn why this hit from the '8 Mile' soundtrack is the focal point of the GRAMMY-winning rapper's career.
The seventh and final single from 1982's Thriller was another milestone on the King of Pop's road to GRAMMY history.
We pay tribute to the iconic Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient behind rock and roll classics such as "Blueberry Hill," "Ain't That A Shame" and "Walking To New Orleans."
The frontman for the All-American Rejects drops hints at the "polarizing" new music his band has in store.
The First Lady of Gospel Music shares her excitement over receiving a Special Merit Award from the Recording Academy.
Rising country/folk star Valerie June sat down with the Recording Academy backstage at Austin City Limits 2017 to discuss two songs, "Astral Plane" and "Long Lonely Road," from her 2017 album, The Order Of Time.
The frontman of the Philadelphia-based psychedelic-rock band lays out how Neil Young influenced some of the songs and sounds on A Deeper Understanding.
Learn more about the records the Puerto Rican duo currently holds in the Latin GRAMMY record book.
Interviewed before "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends," the Velvet Underground's John Cale talks about the band's sound, "Sunday Morning" and incorporating profanity into their music.
One of this year's biggest breakthrough singer/songwriters regaled a sold-out audience at the GRAMMY Museum with the story behind his No. 1 hit.
GRAMMY nominee gives high praise to the High Priestess of Soul.
The successful songwriter and emerging solo artist shares the story behind the title track of her Starfire EP.
Fifteen years ago, the Latin GRAMMY winner performed his hit single "Quisera Ser" at the 44th GRAMMY Awards with a little help from the R&B trio.
Ahead of "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends," Wilson and Simpson describe what makes honoree Sly Stone so special.