The upcoming third annual "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends" will feature Trisha Yearwood paying tribute to 2018 Recording Academy Special Merit Award recipient Emmylou Harris in a special duet of Harris' "Love And Happiness."
Tune in to PBS on October 18 for the fourth annual “GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends” in collaboration with PBS’ “Great Performances.” The all-star tribute concert will honor the Recording Academy’s 2019 Special Merit Award recipients.
Relive the excitement as the Recording Academy Nashville Chapter celebrated its 20th annual Block Party, featuring performances by Trisha Yearwood, T-Pain, Gavin DeGraw, Francesca Battistelli, MAJOR. and host Jimmie Allen.
The West Coast rapper shares who he'd love to work with, what city he'd like to perform in next, some of his favorites and more.
We caught up with the Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman to chat about the band’s latest album, his creative method, collaborating with Halsey and more.
From Little Richard to Evanescence, check out some of the Biggest Night In Music's most unexpected moments, and don’t forget to watch the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10 on CBS.
The influential rock group dissect the making of their latest album and what's changed over the course of their career.
We go behind-the-scenes with the GRAMMY-winning rock musician and learn about the many artists he finds inspiration from, where he feels most creatively charged, the message behind his new album, and more.
Relive the biggest moments and hottest performances from the 19th Latin GRAMMY Awards.
The Spanish singer won two awards at the19th Latin GRAMMY Awards and gave an inspiring speech during her second award acceptance.
The rising queen of reggaeton takes home her first Latin GRAMMY..
The Latin Recording Academy presents seven artists with the Lifetime Achievement Award, plus two industry pioneers with the Trustees Award as part of the 2018 Latin GRAMMY Week.
How Michelle Zauner took her experimental solo pop project to a new level on Soft Sounds From Another Planet.
Rooted in theories of the paranormal, the iconic trio's 1983 album – their final studio effort – became a classic.
While the trio was on the road in Kentucky and feeling far away, a personal note written to a distant daughter learning to read, became the words to one of the band's staple crowd-pleasers.
While honoring the traditions and legacy of the storied jazz crew, today's contingent is still evolving musically and as people.