While On The Road at Newport Folk Fest 2019, Yola graced us with her infectious energy and opened up about her breakout album Walk Through Fire, working with Dan Auerbach and what it means to be the Queen of Country Soul.
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.
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.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, DJ/Producer Whethan talks to the Recording Academy about what to expect on his upcoming debut album, working with longtime heroes Strfkr, playing in his hometown of Chicago and more.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, rising electropop trio SHAED sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about living the dream as they travel the world, the meaning behind their hit song "Trampoline" and new music and unannounced collabrations that they have in store.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, L.A. Producer/DJ Elephante chatted with the Recording Academy about his latest single, "Diamond Days," upcoming tour, how he "keeps it fresh" and more.
While On The Road at Newport Folk Festival 2019, GRAMMY-winning folk icon Judy Collins stopped by to chat with the Recording Academy about the first time she attended the famous fest in 1963, the then-unknown performers she rubbed shoulders with (Peter, Paul and Mary, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell), what the fest means to her and more.
While On The Road at Newport Folk Fest 2019, the Recording Academy caught up with the Nashville singer/songwriter, who discusses the creative expansion of recording her latest LP in a former monastery, how Newport is "the most special festival" to her and more.
"We don't want more; we want the same opportunity." That's the message of The Highwomen, a.k.a. country supergroup Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris and Amanda Shires. The Recording Academy sat down with Morris, Hemby and Shires at Newport Folk Festival to chat about the group's formation, working with Carlile and how, above all things, they aim for inclusivity.
While On The Road at Newport Folk Fest 2019, Lukas Nelson and Promise Of The Real hung out to tell us about the meaning and purpose behind ‘Turn Off The News (And Build A Garden),” the single “Bad Case,” and why they’re inspired by the trajectory and music of the Band.
Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls sits down with the Recording Academy at Newport Folk Festival to talk new Indigo Girls music, racism and sexism in the music industry and that time she met
Nashville singer/songwriter Parker Millsap reveals how his electrifying cover of Sly Stone’s "Everyday People" came to be and relays his thoughts and feelings about playing at such an historic folk festival.
The pop/R&B singer spoke to the Recording Academy about her love of Motown ("Motown is everything," she said) and how the renowned record label gave women a powerful platform.
The R&B singer describes both the universal appeal of Motown, plus how she "churched" the opening to her cover of Mary Wells' "My Guy."