The Recording Academy Florida Chapter presented a conference for GRAMMY U students connecting them directly with music professionals to hear about what it takes to make it in music.
Host Charlie Travers takes you deep inside the music and culture of Miami through a tour of its most memorable neighborhoods, shops, hangouts, and hotspots.
Bobby Rush, Travis Greene, Betty Wright, and more pay special tribute to the legacy of the "I Have A Dream" civil rights activist.
What do Bob Moses have to say about their collaboration, their influences and the evolution of electronic music?
Small town boy made good, from an ancient fortified city in the Netherlands, has followed another local DJ to fame.
The feeling of the island as a special intersection, where many influences have produced multiple fusions, fills these local musicians with pride, inspiration and music.
Electronic singer/songwriter shares the creative approach, with her partner producer George Reid, that has the two doing their own thing consistently while sharing in remixes that light up clubs and charts.
Electronic music DJ resists the 'Underground' label as hipster hypocrisy and believes when the time comes in the club, you have to wing it.
Working with the best and sparking chart-topping hit around the world, the DJ life has to match family life for this artist to feel truly fulfilled.
At Miami Music Week 2016, legendary DJ and producer talks favorite bands, being his own label, and reaching audiences online.
It is no surprise that her emotions turn into her band's music, as Welch shares her enthusiasm for living creatively.
On the eve of his debut album's release, the electro-pop phenom is looking forward to learning which tracks resonate with his fans.
Chris Stapleton's secret to writing songs is to write songs and keep writing them, no matter what.
DJ Curt Cameruci took over the name in 2016, but at Austin City Limits and still with Josh Young, the DJs look forward to giving a happening set.
Energized and sensational team talk rubbing against each other and feeling lucky to have fans who demanded they make more appearances on tour and at festivals.