GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Carlene Carter recently visited the GRAMMY Museum to discuss the making of her latest album, Carter Girl, and why she finally decided to put her own spin on classic Carter Family tracks. She also performed a brief set, including "Black Jack David."
Carlene Carter Performs "Black Jack David"
Halfway through their sixth decade as a band, iconic British psychedelic pop legends the Zombies still deliver.
Dan Auerbach and singer/songwriter Pat McLaughlin perform "Shine On Me," the lead single from Auerbach's new solo album, Waiting On A Song, during a special intimate concert at the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live.
Dan Auerbach and singer/songwriter Pat McLaughlin perform "Stand By My Girl," from Auerbach's new solo album, Waiting On A Song, during a special intimate concert at the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live.
Dan Auerbach stopped by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live for a special live-streamed conversation with Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman.
Melissa Etheridge discusses how her recent artist management change became the spark behind her decision to do an album of covers of some of the most famous songs to come out of the venerable Memphis, Tenn.-based label Stax Records, a formative corner in the history of the early Memphis rock and soul sound.
Sheryl Crow discusses making music and raising children in the age of technology and to talk about her new album, Be Myself, and performed several songs, including the hits "Everyday Is A Winding Road" and "If It Makes You Happy."
GRAMMY winner Ryan Bingham performs an acoustic rendition of "Broken Heart Tattoos" at the GRAMMY Museum.
GRAMMY winner Ryan Bingham discusses the isolated setting where he wrote songs for his 2015 album, Fear And Saturday Night, and why he thinks songwriting is a form a therapy.