Here's your opportunity to take a photo with the GRAMMY winning band and enjoy KAABOO in style to benefit MusiCares
You and a friend could be on your way to Nashville to meet the Queen of Country and watch her sold-out show from the best seats in the house – here's how to enter!
Begun after band members received support from MusiCares during the Nashville floods, the eighth annual fundraiser has grown each year since its inception.
The musicians will pay tribute to The Stooges' self-titled debut and David Bowie's The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars in their entirety on Sept. 16 in Los Angeles. Profits will be donated to the Recording Academy and MusiCares' mental health treatment efforts.
Peruse dozens of new auction items, including music collectibles and one-of-a-kind signed items, up for auction on eBay with proceeds benefitting MusiCares and the GRAMMY Museum.
The two musicians will perform The Stooges' self-titled debut and David Bowie's The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars in their entirety. Special guests will also join them during performances Sept. 16 at Los Angeles' The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood.
On the 40th anniversary of her father's passing, the soul singer and GRAMMY winner tells the Recording Academy how she keeps Donny's legacy alive through her music.
On her third studio album, 'Black Friday,' the Boston-based singer/songwriter goes deep on what it means to love yourself—and mean it.
The country singer/songwriter speaks to the Recording Academy and MusiCares about his road to recovery after being told he may never sing professionally again.
The night also featured stirring performances from Kesha, Fitz And The Tantrums, Royce Da 5'9, and Mary Lambert.
In an exclusive interview with the Recording Academy and MusiCares, the Against Me! and Devouring Mothers singer reveals how she's been sober since August—and why she's been hesitant to discuss it until now.
Over the past 30 years, Owens has become one of the most trusted and respected members of the music community – hear his remarkable story in his own words.
The British trance figure opens up about staying on top of your mental health at a Miami Winter Conference panel called Survive the Madness: Music and Mental Health, presented by the Recording Academy and MusiCares.