Treating bluegrass improvisation like the finest chamber music, the Punch Brothers explain what they bring to their songs to Memphis Chapter.
In a world where new sounds from new gear always promises to be the next thing, this nominee knows it's the ears and sound of the music that counts.
With thanks to Lenny Waronker's oversight of production, letting new songs come to life while assembling unforgettable albums is this country star's process.
Quintet's frontmen give bands advice while on their third Vans Warped Tour about how to meet the 30-minute slot's demands, professionally, day after day.
The EDM duo thank their fans for insisting that they add a vocalist and they thank Beer herself for having the perfect voice for the song.
For the DJs in Mako, having the opportunity to work with Swedish House Mafia's Steve Angello felt like a dream come true.
The timing was perfect when promotional media tours for their album 'Skeleton Crew' brought their intimate-format act into millions of homes.
A living treasure, this performer and teacher has also been a muse, inspiring composers to write for her and students to follow her path.
When the harder sound of EDM shifted towards House music, Disclosure and their friends/collaborators like Sam Smith were raised into the spotlight.
After a fateful meeting with his future producer and collaborator, Nate Ruess got to work with the greats and learned what a GRAMMY means.
Propelled to fame with his uniquely relevant hit "Take Me To Church," Hozier is clear that he has to find his next projects within himself.
Super-producer No. I.D. in an extended interview from 2015 takes us behind the scenes for his Chicago rise in house music and beyond.
Walk the Moon sat down with the Recording Academy backstage at Lollapalooza 2015 to catch us up on their whirlwind year.
Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart of Floetry sat down with the Recording Academy at Essence Festival to talk about their genre-defying music and the feeling of being nominated for a GRAMMY Award.
The “Human Beat Box” Doug E. Fresh sat down with the Recording Academy at Essence Festival 2015 to talk about the festival and the new generation of musicians that are easing their way into the festival.