After his star-studded medley with George Clinton, Sativa, Eddie M, Sheila E., and Snoop Dogg in honor of George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic at the GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends, Bootsy Collins shares the amazing feeling and validation of winning a golden gramophone.
The singer/model/actor power couple serve up a romantic version of the 1995 GRAMMY-nominated alt-rock ballad for the latest episode of ReImagined.
During his stop backstage with the Recording Academy, Pink Sweat$ spoke about playing Austin City Limits 2019, how he gained an ear for catchy, diverse sounds, his creativity and more.
U.K. singer/songwriter Mahalia’s latest album Love And Compromise is named after the words legendary singer Eartha Kitt shared when asked about romance.
How does one not binge on fast food on the road? The Aces sat down with the Recording Academy backstage at Austin City Limits to share how they stay healthy on the road, concepts behind their stage design and their favorite part about touring.
The GRAMMY-winning songstress also talks about staying humble and The Inc. reunion tour rumors.
Watch the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz, accept the Best Salsa Performance Latin GRAMMY at the first-ever Latin GRAMMY Awards in 2000. Cruz won her award for the famed live album 'A Night Of Salsa.'
Broadway actress and singer Jessie Mueller, who portrayed Carole King in 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,' tells the Recording Academy what King means to her and even names her favorite King song.
The GRAMMY-winning Los Angeles group serve up a vibrant banda-inspired take on the 2007 alt-rock hit in the latest episode of ReImagined.
The lively roots bluesman takes the Recording Academy to the high-security place he keeps his two golden gramophones: his bank.
The Recording Academy spoke to the singer/songwriter about her latest EP, producing for the first time, touring and more.
Hear from the alt-pop duo about the inspiration behind the wacky "Peach" visual and why "Too Proud" was a big deal for them.
Watch J. Lo's iconic on-stage moment at the 2000 GRAMMYs.
Brenda Lee keeps her golden gramophone where she can see it, but rest assured, "It's nothing to do with vanity," she told the Recording Academy for the latest edition of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY?
The folksy singer/songwriter talks new music, loving Bon Iver and more in the latest edition of the Recording Academy's Up Close & Personal series.