Watch highlights from the 2017 GRAMMY Museum Gala honoring 16-time GRAMMY winner David Foster with the Architects of Sound Award in recognition of his significant contributions to music. Foster was joined onstage by a cast of artists to perform renditions of some of his most massive hits. Ruben Studdard led Earth, Wind & Fire's "After The Love Has Gone" while Sheléa and Pia Toscano performed Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" and Celine Dion's version of "All By Myself," respectively.
"I'm so proud we're honoring David Foster," said GRAMMY-winning producer Jimmy Jam. "If you look in the encyclopedia next to music, there's probably just a picture of him."
Arkansas-based high school music teacher Nathan Strayhorn received the Jane Ortner Education Award as part of the annual gala in support of the GRAMMY Museum's Music Education initiatives.