Interviewed for his appearance performing on "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends," John Cale, founding member of the Velvet Underground with Lou Reed, talks about finding the band's sound, writing "Sunday Morning" and how profanity was inserted on those early tracks for reasons other than artistry.
John Cale Looks Back On The Velvet Undergound
Watch G-Eazy tackle the One Take challenge and share his no-time-to-think answers on songs and artists that shaped him and more.
Watch Bruno Mars & Co. accept Song Of The Year at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.
Tony Bennett and son, producer Dae Bennett, accept Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Tony Bennett Celebrates 90 at the 60th GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony.
Lady Antebellum are up for Best Country Album and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for the 60th GRAMMY Awards.
The singer/songwriter's second career nomination is for songs that just happen to be for kids.
Peiken's Confessions Of A Serial Songwriter drew popular and critical acclaim and now its audiobook is nominated at the 60th GRAMMYs for Best Spoken Word Album.
What GRAMMY history did Adele make with her Album Of The Year GRAMMY-winning album 25?
Filled with twists and surprises, the 40th GRAMMY Awards, held Feb. 25, 1998, at Radio City Music Hall in New York, were an anniversary to remember.
Get the full story behind the GRAMMY-winning bluesman's reinterpretation of the classic year-end folk song.
Relive the best moments from the 15th GRAMMY Awards in 1973.
Watch Superfruit take the One Take challenge and dish on their favorite LGBTQ icons, dream venues, what they love about good audiences, and more.
You've heard it many times over, but do you know the history of this definitive Christmas song?
You've seen your favorite artists clutch the music's biggest prize, the GRAMMY Award, on television and in photographs. Now learn how the famous statuette is manufactured.
Learn the Christmas story behind one of the most beloved holiday soundtracks of all time.
Learn more about the hit soundtrack to the 2000 Coen Brothers' film and its unique place in GRAMMY history.