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,
In the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, we flash back to catch Australia’s Men At Work perform their smash hit “Down Under” at the 25th GRAMMY Awards in 1983. The song helped earn the band the GRAMMY for Best New Artist that same year.
Take a first look at what's :NEXT in the new new digital short-run video series from the Recording Academy will highlight talented members of the next generation of music creators and executives.
The "Same Girl" singer talks to the Recording Academy about the four-year break that helped her create her latest EP Better, her first experiences producing and her mindset going into her new album. She also shares what she likes about soul music, how she’s grown since her last album and touring with Lianne La Havas.
Back in 1998, folk-pop singer Shawn Colvin took home the Song Of The Year GRAMMY for her massive hit "Sunny Came Home." Except when she went onstage with her co-writer John Leventhal, someone Kanye-style grabbed the mic first. Watch Wu-Tang Clan's O.D.B. interrupt Colvin's acceptance in this cringe-worthy edition of GRAMMY Rewind.
Brenda Lee keeps her golden gramophone where she can see it, but rest assured, "It's nothing to do with vanity," she told the Recording Academy from her home in the latest Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY?
The "I'm Sorry" singer, who became a big pop star in the '60s, has been nominated for a GRAMMY four times, but it was her Lifetime Achievement Award that came as a surprise to her. The award "was far beyond anything I'd ever hoped for," she said.
Engineer and mixer Michael Denten has seen and done a lot in his three-plus decades in the studio. In the latest episode of Behind The Board, Denten details where his journey in recording and mixing began, recounts his front-row seat for some of Bay Area hip-hop's biggest moments and talks about the importance of keeping music tactile.