In an exclusive interview with GRAMMY.com, Australian duo for KING & COUNTRY discussed discovering their voice and the power of creating music, among other topics.
We go behind the scenes at the GRAMMY Museum with the legendary decades-spanning, GRAMMY-winning funk/R&B group to learn more about the magic behind their music that still keeps the party popping.
The Recording Academy got Up Close & Personal with the L.A.-based singer/songwriter to learn what kind of shift he felt when following his passion and moving to L.A. to pursue music.
The Recording Academy went On The Road to visit our neighbors in West Hollywood, catching up with artists at LA Pride 2019 during the 49th annual LA Pride Parade and the star-studded Pride Festival.
The Recording Academy went On The Road to catch up with the upbeat electronic duo before their Sunday evening performance at Governors Ball 2019.
The Minneapolis, Minn., pop/rock band stopped by to see us backstage at Governors Ball to dish on the instant nostalgia of their new music video for "Honestly" and discuss the trials and tribulations of touring.
The Recording Academy catches up with the rising singer/songwriter—and "Thank U, Next" and "7 rings" co-writer—following her debut at Governors Ball.
The magnetic young singer/songwriter gets real about where she's at with recording her debut full-length album and reveals a few of her most-loved musical influences.
Up-and-coming artist/producer Cautious Clay stopped by backstage at Governors Ball 2019 in New York City to breakdown the process behind his breakthrough hit, "Cold War."
GRAMMY-winning author and historian Robert Gordon discusses his second book to receive a the Blues Hall Of Fame Literature Induction, Lost Delta Found, joining his biography of the great Muddy Waters.
Chatting with the Recording Academy, Blues Music Awards nominee and singer/songwriter Kenny Wayne Shepherd expresses admiration for his peers and delves into how he got his start in his career.
The First Lady Of Motown reflects on her achievements as a member of the label's first hit-making group.
We learn how BSB define themselves in 2019, what the 20th anniversary of their iconic 'Millennium' album means to them, their favorite part about sharing their story with the GRAMMY Museum, and more.
The Memphis-based producer/engineer shares how he uses a lathe, a.k.a. a vinyl cutter, with which he's pressed vinyl reissues of Al Green, the Afghan Whigs and more.
His tribute and many more will air on CBS on March 10 as part of "Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration For The Queen Of Soul."
Vance recalls sitting with Aretha at the Kennedy Center: "She held court," he said.