For the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, see the Aussie pop artist accept her golden gramophone for "I Am Woman," her 1971 hit pop song that became a rallying cry for fellow feminists.
Watch 19-year-old singer/songwriter John-Robert give one of Fiona Apple’s most successful tracks “Criminal” new life on the latest ReImagined.
For the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch the quintessential Los Angeles rockers take home their first-ever golden gramophone, for their classic 1991 track, "Give It Away."
Watch the '70s yacht rock power couple accept their Record Of The Year win from Stevie Wonder, for their classic hit "Love Will Keep Us Together."
The GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter performs a slightly stripped-down version of "Man" for the latest rendition of Press Play.
The crossover country pop hit won two GRAMMYs in 2008: Best Country Song and Best Female Vocal Country Performance.
Celebrate the eternal pop queen's birthday today with a look back at her 1978 GRAMMY wins for "Love Theme From A Star Is Born (Evergreen)."
The "Tempo" queen sat down with 'Cuz I Love You' producer Ricky Reed last fall to share tidbits on her success and how others can be successful too.
In the latest episode of the Recording Academy's Press Play video series, 19-year-old singer/songwriter John-Robert shares a powerful rendition of his debut single.
Prince's band The Revolution honor their great leader on the four year anniversary of his death. The Revolution performed "Mountains" during "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince," a star-studded tribute concert featuring Earth, Wind & Fire, Foo Fighters, H.E.R, Juanes, John Legend, Miguel and many more.
R&B star John Legend honors Prince with a special performance of "Nothing Compares 2 U" during "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince."
Superstar rapper/actor Common and longtime Prince collaborator and friend Sheila E. perform "Sign 'O' The Times" during "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince."
The iconic supermodel and longtime friend of Prince celebrates his life at "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince," airing on CBS on April 21.
In the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, 18-time GRAMMY winner Paul McCartney accepts the GRAMMY for Best Original Score Written For A Motion Picture Or A Television Special for the 1970 Beatles documentary, "Let It Be," at the 13th GRAMMY Awards in 1971.