GRAMMY.com Interview: Bridgit Mendler
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.
GRAMMY nominee gives high praise to the High Priestess of Soul.
Ahead of "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends," Wilson and Simpson describe what makes honoree Sly Stone so special.
Atlanta's hottest name in hip-hop tells how he thinks Jay-Z has been able to remain relevant in the ever-changing game.
The One Direction alumnus shares the story on how he approached the GRAMMY-winning country singer/songwriter.
R&B singer/songwriter opens up about how film is one of her greatest creative inspirations.
Fall Out Boy are no strangers to rock and roll. In fact, people have begun to come to them as a "rock and roll oracle." See what they had to say about the evolution of the genre.
Fifth Harmony sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about what it means to be the biggest girl group in a generation.
Find out what the Stylistics' Thompkins has to say about producer/label executive Bell's "major influence" on his career.
Atlanta rapper talks straight about what he brought to the table in his GRAMMY-nominated collaborations with Yeezy.
How important is music in terms of a child's education? Keith Hancock, 2017 Music Educator Award recipient, Keith Hancock weighs in.
Synth-pop trio MUNA discuss the most memorable reactions to their hit, "I Know A Place," an anthem for both social change and personal freedom.
Singer/songwriter/producer and Maroon 5 keyboardist discusses why New Orleans was the perfect inspiration for his latest album, Gumbo.
"Sonny Boy Slim" himself riffs on what he learned by sharing the stage with Eric Clapton and his Beatles cover collaboration with Junkie XL.
Powerhouse singer is back with her sixth studio album, Tell Me You Love Me. Find out what inspired her to get back in the studio, the artists who are at the top of her collaboration list and her not-so-secret hidden talent.