Former Carolina Chocolate Drops singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dom Flemons talks about his Best Acoustic Album nomination at the Blues Music Awards for Black Cowboys and the state of the blues genre in relation to contemporary popular music.
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.
Sugaray Rayford, who won Soul Blues Male Artist Of The Year at the 2019 Blues Music Awards, talks about feeling honored to be nominated, his background in the gospel world, how he interprets blues, his experience on the road, and more.
Come backstage with the Recording Academy at this year’s Blues Music Awards to hear reactions from the winners and find out what makes the Blues Foundation’s annual celebration event so special.
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.
Watch the iconic songstress' powerful full performance from Motown 60, which she dedicated to the groundbreaking label's founder, who watched smiling from the front row.
The GRAMMY-winning disco singer shares how getting signed to the iconic label in 1972 positively shifted the trajectory of her career.
"Motown 60: A GRAMMY Celebration,” which aired on Sunday, Apr. 21 on CBS, had it all: touching spoken tributes, live performances from Smokey Robinson, Ciara, Ne-Yo, John Legend, among others, and so much more.
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.
One of Motown’s most iconic legends, GRAMMY-winner Smokey Robinson, reflects on how the label grew from a it’s humble beginnings in Detroit to spread love and music worldwide.
Songwriters from the worlds of Rap, R&B and Latin music came together in Memphis for three days of collaborative creativity at David Porter's Made In Memphis.
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.
The Memphis Native who has worked with Jason Isbell, Margo Price and others, shares what he feels is dying in the studio and more.
The legendary record maker talks about the importance of songwriting, the evolution of his studio tools and his work with some of the world's biggest artists.