Chuck Crisafulli is a Recording Academy/GRAMMY.com contributor.
Winning a GRAMMY in any category might make an artist feel like a conquering hero.
Logos have been a part of popular music dating back to the early days of jazz when floor-mounted bass drums provided a convenient canvas on which a group could be identified.
Mary Poppins, James Bond, the Industrial Revolution, and the Queen of England sticking the landing after a parachute jump.
Editor's Note: Given the stage collapse prior to Radiohead's concert in Toronto on June 16, GRAMMY.com is republishing this feature, which originally ran in April 2010, outlini
Welcome to Forgotten Videos. For some, these videos are forgotten, for others just filed away, and for others still, a totally brand-new discovery.
The annual GRAMMY Awards telecast is known as Music's Biggest Night, but, in the hours leading up to the telecast, music enjoys a pretty big day as well.
(For a list of 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards nominees, click here.)
(Up Close & Personal With Alex Da Kid And Skylar Grey was streamed live on GRAMMY365, The Recording Academy's member-only website.
While the music memoir is certainly not a new literary form — performers from LL Cool J to Pat Boone and Johnny Rotten have already taken turns setting their lives down on the page — the publicatio
Digital technology has made it easier than ever for artists of every talent level to record their own music, and online opportunities have given even the humblest of home recordings the chance to b
(T Bone Burnett's career and legacy as a musician, instrumentalist, artist, and producer will be celebrated at The Recording Academy's Producers & Engineers Wing event, Shaken, Rattled &