GRAMMY statues at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2018
Featuring stars from Patti LaBelle to Andra Day to Gladys Knight, "A GRAMMY Salute To The Sounds Of Change" was a decades-spanning celebration of the songs that both reflect and alter the course of social justice history.
Hosted by three-time GRAMMY winner Common, "A GRAMMY Salute To The Sounds Of Change" will feature Gladys Knight, LeAnn Rimes, Patti LaBelle, Terrace Martin, Leon Bridges, Brad Paisley and more.
The 2021 GRAMMY Week event provided a platform for current leading practitioners and the next generation of entertainment attorneys to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing the music industry today.
Announced at the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, the new wing is dedicated to elevating, supporting and advocating on behalf of music’s storytellers.
Take a moment to reflect and salute the members of the music community who we lost in 2020-2021.
Jeffrey Murdock and nine music teacher finalists will receive cash honorariums, with generous support and resources provided by the GRAMMY Museum's Education Champion, Ford Motor Company Fund.
Hosted by three-time GRAMMY Award winner Common, "A GRAMMY Salute To The Sounds Of Change" will spotlight the iconic songs that inspired social change and left an everlasting imprint on history.
This year's official marketing partners will help safely celebrate Music's Biggest Night.
Taking place on International Women's Day (Monday, March 8) as part of GRAMMY Week 2021, the inaugural Women In The Mix event has announced additional guests, including Terri Lyne Carrington, Emily Lazar, Joanie Leeds and many others.
Each first-time GRAMMY Award winner will receive an Exclusive Edition GRAMMY timepiece made of GRAMMIUM; Bulova is also offering a Special Edition timepiece available to the public.
Airing Tuesday, March 2, through Sunday, March 14, on SiriusXM, the limited-edition The GRAMMY Channel will feature music from some of this year's nominees.
Streaming live internationally Sunday, March 14, via GRAMMY.com, the 63rd GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony will feature a number of performances by current GRAMMY nominees like Rufus Wainwright, Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science, Jimmy "Duck" Holmes and many others.
Fan experiences include the launch of GRAMMY Debates with Watson, the first-ever AI-driven debates about the music industry, and the transition of GRAMMY.com workloads onto IBM Cloud.
The virtual events during GRAMMY Week 2021 aim to celebrate this year's nominees and the music that unites us.
The historic Black Music Collective event will feature an array of esteemed Black music creators and professionals known for amplifying Black voices in music and beyond, including PJ Morton, Jeff Harleston, Debra Lee and more.