Soul and R&B singer/songwriter William Bell shares his thoughts on his first career GRAMMY win for Best Americana Album for This Is Where I Live at the 59th GRAMMYs, and reveals that he was so surprised to hear his name called at the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony that he had to be told twice to stand up and claim the award.
William Bell reacts to first career GRAMMY win
Jacob Banks sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss how Kanye West, soul music and world events informed the music on his latest EP, The Boy Who Cried Freedom.
English rock fusion duo Royal Blood — comprising Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher — sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss the "breakthrough moment" behind the writing process for their latest single, "Lights Out." They also discussed their near-obsessive search for the perfect sounds and percu
GRAMMY winner Gregg Allman reminisces about the early days of the Allman Brothers Band, including the song he submitted that led to his acceptance into the band, how many days it took to write their 1969 self-titled album and why songwriting is an "incredible feeling."
Rapper G-Eazy visited The Recording Academy headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., to talk about his newest EP, Step Brothers, a collaboration with his longtime music cohort Carnage.
From using instruments to form a conversation to tapping stereo as a songwriting technique, GRAMMY winner Jack Antonoff reveals why the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is "entirely perfect."
Multi-talented rapper, producer, musician, and dog lover Logic is having a pretty fantastic month.
The Recording Academy joined Lindsey Stirling and ZZ Ward at the Americana Lounge in Hollywood, Calif., to catch an inspired performance of Stirling's "Hold My Heart." The song is the fourth single from her latest album, Brave Enough, which debuted at No.