Music's Biggest Night is set to return to New York City for the 60th GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, marking the first time the telecast will air from New York's Madison Square Garden in 15 years. From David Bowie and Michael Jackson to Whitney Houston and Bruce Springsteen, look back at these 13 unforgettable GRAMMY moments from past shows in the Big Apple.
David Bowie to Whitney Houston: Classic NYC GRAMMY moments
GRAMMY nominee explains the looser feel on his new album, Parking Lot Symphony, and if touring with the Red Hot Chili Peppers is really that crazy.
Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying detail what fans can expect from Superfruit's upcoming second EP.
Singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha opens up about the inspiration behind her hit song, "I Got You."
Sum 41, Pierce The Veil, Halestorm, Nothing More, I Prevail, and PVRIS sat down with Anthony Vincent from "Ten Second Songs" to answer the question, "What is the most inspiring thing that a fan or aspiring musician has told you in regards to how your music has influenced them?"
Pop singer/songwriter and actress Noah Cyrus shares insight into the song "Better Me" from her forthcoming album, NC-17.
Seattle-based electronic production duo Odesza reveal how their production process has grown and changed from their critically acclaimed 2014 release, In Return, to their forthcoming LP, A Moment Apart.
Singer/songwriter talks about writing her new single "Crowded Places," which went on to move TV audiences everywhere when it was featured in the hit HBO series "Girls."
GRAMMY winner John Legend talks about growing into his fifth studio album, Darkness And Light.
In this exclusive interview with electro-pop group Sylvan Esso, the duo takes us inside the writing of their single, "Die Young," from their sophomore album, What Now.
Find out how Selena Gomez linked up with Gucci Mane on "Fetish," and what she likes about doing remixes.
At only 19 years old, Zara Larsson is aiming for pop world domination with her 2017 studio album, So Good.
In this exclusive GRAMMY.com interview, we visit August Burns Red on set for their new music video for "Invisible Enemy" from their forthcoming album, Phantom Anthem.
On "I Dare You," a single from the xx's third album, the London trio found a poppier sound, building a suitable dancefloor atop their minimalist foundation.
What was Aminé's reaction to Bey's recent "Caroline" IG endorsement? Plus, what is the rapper's favorite John Mayer song?
Virginia native walks us through his favorite day off while on tour with GRAMMY-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar.