GRAMMY.com was onsite at Lollapalooza in Chicago from Aug. 1–3 to speak with participating artists about the summer music festival experience, which artists they were excited to see, and, in one word, what Lollapalooza means to them. The artists interviewed included GRAMMY winner Zedd, GRAMMY nominees the Avett Brothers, indie rock group the 1975, indie pop groups London Grammar and Fitz And The Tantrums, electronic trio the Glitch Mob, singer/songwriter Kate Nash, electronic/rock duo Phantogram, and drum and bass quartet Rudimental, among others.
The GRAMMYs Backstage At Lollapalooza 2014
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."
Chicago rapper on his performance with Chance The Rapper at Lollapalooza and his take on what Chicago is really like.
"Dance music is really pop music. It's popular culture, it's the sound of now."
"As a little kid, I used to ride around in my parents' car and Elton John would come on the radio," said Malin on one of his primary influences. "I was so impressed with these melodies that were sad and poppy and beautiful."
Bishop Briggs sat down with The Recording Academy at Lollapalooza 2017 to detail the psychic inspiration behind her single "The Way I Do," and how she focuses on her musical inspirations every time she steps into the recording booth.
The Recording Academy sat down with Foster The People's Mark Foster to discuss what led to the creation of their latest album, Sacred Hearts Club, and the hip-hop origins of the standout track, "Do It For The Money."
Josh Ostrander — who records under the moniker Mondo Cozmo — took us through the making of his debut album, Plastic Soul, backstage at Lollapalooza.
Australian pop/rock powerhouse Atlas Genius — comprising brothers Keith and Michael Jeffery — seem at home on the road.
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What do they want for Christmas? Watch as GRAMMY winners Mary J. Blige, LL Cool J, Maroon 5, Tim McGraw, Pharrell Williams, and Zedd, plus current 57th GRAMMY nominees Alt-J and Ariana Grande, reveal their holiday wishes.
GRAMMY-winning producer/DJ Zedd recently participated in an exclusive GRAMMY.com interview to discuss his songwriting process and writing his GRAMMY-winning hit "Clarity" featuring Foxes.
Electro-pop trio Chvrches recently participated in an exclusive GRAMMY.com interview to discuss the group's formation, their recording process and the music scene in their hometown of Glasgow, Scotland, among other topics.
GRAMMYs ask Artists what their favorite album of 2013 has been so far
Avett Brothers, Tony Bennett, Juanes, Sixto Rodriguez, and Gavin Rossdale discuss what influences them creatively