The Recording Academy™ and its members across the country are celebrating today's passage of the Music Modernization Act by the Senate. This movement of the historic bill is a victory for all music creators, setting a clear path to the president's desk.
The GRAMMY Museum has expanded its executive leadership team and appointed Michael Sticka as Executive Director, responsible for the organization’s strategic direction and leading all aspects of operations, including curatorial, development, marketing, grants and awards, public and education programs, and more
SPECIAL TO AIR OCT. 5 ON PBS WILL PAY TRIBUTE TO TONY AGNELLO AND RICHARD FACTOR, HAL BLAINE, NEIL DIAMOND, EMMYLOU HARRIS, LOUIS JORDAN, THE METERS, QUEEN, SEYMOUR STEIN, TINA TURNER AND JOHN WILLIAMS; FEATURING PERFORMANCES BY YOLANDA ADAMS, HERB ALPERT, MICKY DOLENZ, SAMMY HAGAR, LEDISI, AND TRISHA YEARWOOD; JOINED BY PRESENTERS GUSTAVO DUDAMEL AND HENRY ROLLINS.
Tina Tchen, Chair of the Recording Academy's newly formed task force on diversity and inclusion, announced the names of the 16 members joining her in examining barriers and biases affecting women and other underrepresented voices in the music industry and, specifically, the Recording Academy.
ARTISTS WILL BE JOINING PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED PERFORMERS BARRETT MARTIN, DUFF MCKAGAN, MIKE NESS, SLASH, CHAD SMITH, NANCY WILSON, AND MIKE MCCREADY AND FRIENDS AT THE SHOWBOX IN SEATTLE ON THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2018.