Chatting with the Recording Academy, Blues Music Awards nominee and singer/songwriter Kenny Wayne Shepherd expresses admiration for his peers and delves into how he got his start in his career.
The brand-new Recording Academy initiative encourages artists to thank the fellow creators who helped their music come together, thus, helping fans dive deeper Behind the Record
The new digital short-run video series from the Recording Academy highlighting talented members of the next generation of music creators and executives premieres Oct. 28.
Tune into PBS tomorrow, Fri. Oct. 18 at 9 p.m. ET (check your local listings), to watch GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends.
The iconic "Soul Man"—and half of GRAMMY-winning soul/R&B duo Sam & Dave—reflects on what the prestigious honor means to him.
The singer/model/actor power couple serve up a romantic version of the 1995 GRAMMY-nominated alt-rock ballad for the latest episode of ReImagined.
Backstage at one of the most frigid iterations of the Texas capital event, we hid from the chills and chilled with some of your favorite artists.
Clinton & the Parliament-Funkadelic filled the stage with funky grooves during the 2019 GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends, with a lively performance that included "One Nation Under A Groove."
Find out who honored the producer/label exec at the 2019 GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends, airing on PBS on Oct. 18.
The GRAMMY-winning songstress also talks about staying humble and The Inc. reunion tour rumors.
Find out what early Marvin Gaye hits Lattimore and Valerie Simpson sang together during the celebratory show.
Get a taste of the 2019 GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends, airing on PBS on Oct. 18.
Find out which of the soul icon's songs she sings in the powerful on stage "family affair."
The GRAMMY-winning Los Angeles group serve up a vibrant banda-inspired take on the 2007 alt-rock hit in the latest episode of ReImagined.
The 21-time GRAMMY winner talks about driving real conversations with his latest batch of songs Behind the Scenes at the GRAMMY Museum
Hear from the alt-pop duo about the inspiration behind the wacky "Peach" visual and why "Too Proud" was a big deal for them.