In this exclusive GRAMMY.com interview, The War On Drugs' Adam Granduciel tells us about the guitar influences that shaped the sound and songs on the band's fourth studio album, A Deeper Understanding. Specifically, Granduciel recalls watching Neil Young wield his famous Gretsch White Falcon guitar with a Bigsby tremolo system from the side of the stage, and how it inspired him to make new types of guitar noises to serve his songs.
The War On Drugs: Adam Granduciel On Neil Young's Influence
Take a look at all the action during the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year event.
'90s R&B royalty 112 recall their fondest memories of touring with their "big aunt" Whitney Houston, including some unexpected backstage antics.
R&B '90s royalty 112 share the scoop on how their newest album Q Mike Slim Daron — their first in over a decade — is a statement of who they are today.
Hustle on over for a look back at how the brothers' iconic disco album made GRAMMY history.
The Latin Recording Academy paid tribute to "living legends" including João Bosco Los Del Río and Lalo Schifrin at its 2017 Special Awards ceremony on Nov. 15 in Las Vegas.
Watch a preview clip from the upcoming "GRAMMY Greatest Stories" CBS special, airing Nov. 24 on CBS.
Attn. drummers: Brush up on your double-bass technique with this lesson courtesy of country singer/songwriter Jason Aldean's drummer.
It was his moment and he owned it. Learn why this hit from the '8 Mile' soundtrack is the focal point of the GRAMMY-winning rapper's career.
The seventh and final single from 1982's Thriller was another milestone on the King of Pop's road to GRAMMY history.
We pay tribute to the iconic Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient behind rock and roll classics such as "Blueberry Hill," "Ain't That A Shame" and "Walking To New Orleans."
The frontman for the All-American Rejects drops hints at the "polarizing" new music his band has in store.
Learn more about the records the Puerto Rican duo currently holds in the Latin GRAMMY record book.
The First Lady of Gospel Music shares her excitement over receiving a Special Merit Award from the Recording Academy.
Rising country/folk star Valerie June sat down with the Recording Academy backstage at Austin City Limits 2017 to discuss two songs, "Astral Plane" and "Long Lonely Road," from her 2017 album, The Order Of Time.
Interviewed before "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends," the Velvet Underground's John Cale talks about the band's sound, "Sunday Morning" and incorporating profanity into their music.