After catapulting to crossover success with 2018's enchanting Golden Hour, Kacey Musgraves aims to have the same impact with her first full breakup album, star-crossed.
The GRAMMY Museum also dropped its virtual schedule for September, along with sign-ups for its online music education programming for students.
Country-pop star Kacey Musgraves kicks off her 2022 star-crossed: unveiled North American tour in support of her forthcoming fifth studio album, star-crossed.
Superstar country duo Dan + Shay discuss how their worldwide success and pop collaborators impacted their fourth album Good Things.
Trace Adkins talks to GRAMMY.com about his epic new album, The Way I Wanna Go, his return to touring, and what his career bucket list still holds.
In the newest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch a thrilled Kacey Musgraves win the GRAMMY for Best Country Album for Same Trailer Different Park at the 56th GRAMMY Awards.
Sam Williams happens to be the grandson of Hank Williams and son of Hank Williams, Jr., but there are far more interesting things about him: Glasshouse Children shows the singer/songwriter is operating beyond his years and ancestry.
Despite inventing country music, Black artists have historically been marginalized in that sphere. That's all changing in the 21st century with the help of Mickey Guyton, Kane Brown, Jimmie Allen, Brittney Spencer, and Willie Jones.
GRAMMY.com caught up with Lady A about how their perspectives have shifted throughout the past year and the meaningful music that came out of it.
Released in 1996, LeAnn Rimes' GRAMMY-winning breakthrough album Blue introduced the artist as country music's next rising star and propelled her into global pop stardom.
Country singer/songwriter Brooke Eden once faced an impossible choice: Her relationship or her career. Her empowering single, "Got No Choice," puts that false binary to bed.
Watch Brody Ray's debut performance of "Friend Zone" at TRANScendent Sounds Festival 2021.
Watch GRAMMY.com's TRANScendent Sounds Festival 2021 in full now. Hosted by "POSE" star Angelica Ross, the virtual event features performances from Nomi Ruiz, Shea Diamond, KC Ortiz, Brody Ray, and Mal Blum, as well as appearances by Billy Porter, Jazz Jennings and Raquel Willis.