In this week's edition of Positive Vibes Only, singer/songwriter Ellie Holcomb helps listeners weather the storms of life with her powerful performance of "Sweet Ever After."
Despite being a staple of 1970s rock, Jethro Tull are bizarrely underrated — they remain one of the most cerebral, idiosyncratic and affecting bands of all time. With new album The Zealot Gene on the way, here's a guide to their 22 album catalog.
GRAMMY.com digs deep into the 23 rows of the Coachella 2022 lineup — featuring Swedish House Mafia, Doja Cat, Anitta, Pabllo Vittar, Phoebe Bridgers and many more — to highlight major trends across the star-studded roster.
Though Ronnie Spector lost her battle to cancer on Jan. 12, the Ronettes frontwoman and the group's iconic hit leaves an everlasting legacy on music and beyond.
In the latest episode of Herbal Tea & White Sofas, watch indie/alternative singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett reveal what's on her backstage rider — including postcards, stamps and local cuisines.
In the latest episode of Press Play At Home, watch Indiana trio Houndmouth bring their Good For You single "Cool Jam" to life in the house where their band began.
In the newest episode of It Goes To 11, a GRAMMY.com video series in which musicians explain their favorite gear, watch rapper/singer Sueco show off his first acoustic guitar — which, naturally, is covered in punk stickers.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, watch singer/songwriter payton deliver an arresting performance of Outkast's classic track, "Hey Ya!"
Living Legends is a series that spotlights icons in music still going strong today. This week, GRAMMY.com sat down with Dave Davies, who changed rock music forever as a founding guitarist of the Kinks and made exquisite recordings as a solo artist.
New York’s annual GlobalFEST showcases international music for American audiences and industry, hosting artists from 80 countries since 2003. Now in its 19th year, GlobalFEST will be streaming through NPR’s Tiny Desk Jan. 18-20.
Rising singer/songwriter Patrick Droney shows off his buttery pipes with a sultry performance of his impassioned single, "Like The Water," straight from the studio.
Forget the gym membership — now's the time to get your musical priorities in order. Whether you plan to participate in Bandcamp Friday, support your local record store or finally catch your favorite band, tell us what your musical New Year's resolutions are for 2022.
2022 has no shortage of new albums to keep your shuffle hard at work. GRAMMY.com compiled a list of 30 upcoming releases — from Kid Cudi, Earl Sweatshirt, Combo Chimbita, Beach House, Dolly Parton, and Guns N' Roses — to keep you moving throughout the year.
In the newest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch the Pointer Sisters present Sheena Easton with the GRAMMY for Best New Artist at the 24th GRAMMY Awards in 1982.