Country singer/songwriter Chase Bryant sat down with the Recording Academy's Nashville Chapter at Country Radio Seminar to tell us about touring with Tim McGraw and his single, “Take It On Back.”
Songwriters from the worlds of Rap, R&B and Latin music came together in Memphis for three days of collaborative creativity at David Porter's Made In Memphis.
Fresh off the Essence Festival mainstage, GRAMMY.com caught up with the singer for an exclusive interview.
The metal legend also reveals his favorite lead guitarist in Megadeth's history during Art of the Craft hosted by the Nashville Chapter.
Bobby Rush, Travis Greene, Betty Wright, and more pay special tribute to the legacy of the "I Have A Dream" civil rights activist.
Drew Love and Dante Jones of L.A.-based R&B/beats-influenced duo THEY. share some of the craziest moments from their recent headlining world tour. Here's a hint: It involves a lot of crowd surfing.
How can an artist stay focused and healthy while touring?
GRAMMY nominee and young country superstar believes in being a lifelong learner on stage.
An inspired gospel artist and GRAMMY nominee, he has taken from his Chicago roots and from songwriting icons to originate his own signature writing.
Collaborators and friends for more than a decade, the two talk co-writing and Randolph shares stories of his childhood church's pedal-steel guitarists.
The songwriting collaborators have worked on 20 songs or so together and co-creating them happened all different kinds of ways.
With an abundance of young inspiration these two great American songwriters discuss becoming songwriters, writing, and what songs knock them out or make them dance.
Country songwriters share tips and inside truths about writing, recording deadlines, sobriety, and when inspiration comes while you're half-awake.
Writing with others has been a big change for East, who has been learning to be open in collaboration so that "the songs just fall out."
"I was somebody who saw [a dream] in my head and never canceled it out," says the rapper about his message, being himself.
He believes you have to be true to yourself to rise in music as a person their fans feel they can understand, being real in life and literal with words.