Beloved standards singer Johnny Mathis covers Dionne Warwick's '60s classic "Walk On By" at the GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends.
The Recording Academy caught up with pop powerhouse Maggie Rogers before her performance at the GRAMMY Museum, where she touched on her creative process, grappling with overnight fame, singing "Strong Enough" with musical hero Sheryl Crow at Newport Folk and much more.
Watch Wu-Tang Clan's O.D.B. interrupt Colvin's acceptance in this cringe-worthy edition of GRAMMY Rewind.
In this special edition of GRAMMY Rewind, travel back in time to the 14th GRAMMY Awards in 1972 where The Temptations present Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin with the award for Best R&B Vocal Performance.
For the latest installment of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY, multi-platinum artist Michael W. Smith looks back on his road to GRAMMY gold.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, the Atlanta alt-R&B singer told us that pairing with his fellow GRAMMY nominee is like "two brothers working, it's super easy, super natural."
D.I.Y. chill-pop artist Role Model sat down with us before a major moment at Lollapalooza 2019—his very first festival performance and second-ever fest overall. We talked about his excitement for it, loving Chicago, tearing up during best friend Omar Apollo's show at the fest and new music on the way.
The rapper, who released his debut album Sensational in May, spoke to the Recording Academy during his stop at Lollapoolaza in Chicago about his influences, tour stories and more.
Memphis pop-rock quartet the Band Camino stopped by backstage at Lollapalooza 2019 to talk about their early influences, the band's overall message and what it feels like to make their debut at the legendary Chicago festival.
"I like bass music. I'm seven foot, 350, I consider myself hard, when I played on the basketball court I was hard. I like the hard drops," the NBA Hall of Famer told us before his lit Lolla set.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, Nashville trio Judah & The Lion sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about their third studio album, Pep Talks, its poignant themes and helping fans to have hope in their lives through music.
"I just like [to perform] any song where loads of people sing along, basically. It's one of the best feelings in the world for us," James Hatcher, one half of the British duo electro-soul duo, told us.
Backstage at Lollapalooza in Chicago, the New Orleans-based group dissect the city's influence on their sound and discuss the recording process behind their most recent album.