Nick Krewen is a Recording Academy/GRAMMY.com contributor.
It's been a consistent steady climb for North Carolina's the Avett Brothers, the folk/bluegrass project formed by brothers Scott Avett and Seth Avett.
For nearly 40 years, Toronto-based progressive power trio Rush have been the thinking man's rock band.
After freeing herself from a recording contract and financing sessions with her band the Grand Theft Orchestra, the Boston-based singer/songwriter launched a
(In the spirit of the holiday season, The Recording Academy invites you to consider making a donation to support musicians in need through its
On March 11, within hours of hearing about the tragic magnitude 9.0 earthquake and the subsequent devastating tsunami that decimated Tohoku, Japan, Costa Rican composer/singer/producer Jorge Castro
It was once known — and snidely regarded — as "elevator music."
When new age/pop artist Jim Brickman wrote his latest single "
At the apex of Styx's popularity in the 1970s and 1980s, many of the Chicago rockers' Top 10 hits came from a single songwriting source.