How does Katy Perry follow up her epic, record breaking Super Bowl performance? Well, by taking on music’s biggest night in music, of course.
This GRAMMYs is going to be a real rager, according to Taylor Swift.
They’re going to perform “FourFiveSeconds” together for the first time.
The jazz duo aren’t the only couple hitting the GRAMMY stage next month. Hozier and Annie Lennox, Jessie J and Tom Jones, and Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani will also perform together.
This week, music’s biggest night is fast approaching and a pop star is getting his birthday wish.
We feature HAIM as seen through the eyes of producer Ariel Rechtshaid, who helped craft the band’s debut album, Days Are Gone.
The queen of hip-hop soul opens up about Best New Artist GRAMMY nominee Sam Smith and why his music is like medicine.
Best New Artist nominee, Iggy Azalea as seen through the eyes of her fellow nominee, collaborator and friend Charli XCX.
Melissa Etheridge, well known as a singer-songwriter, guitarist and activist, weighs in on Brandy Clark’s Best New Artist GRAMMY nomination.
After having spent a few months touring with the British foursome, Angel Haze, a Brooklyn born rapper/singer, has some strong opinions on why Bastille deserves some recognition.
Bob Dylan Honored as MusiCares Person of the Year, to Receive Tribute from Jack White, Neil Young, More
Fifty-some years into his career, Bob Dylan is still racking up awards.
Aloe Blacc, Robin Thicke and Melissa Etheridge will also perform at the 17th annual concert.
What’s the difference between the song and its remix counterpart, which was nominated for the GRAMMY for Record of the Year?
The singer slid past Dolly Parton for the most nominations ever by a female artist.
Hank Williams, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville and Chic are also among the artists who will have their songs and albums inducted into the 2015 GRAMMY Hall of Fame.
Previously honored by Musicares have been Tony Bennett, Bono, Natalie Cole, Phil Collins, Neil Diamond and Aretha Franklin.
Chris Martin, Willie Nelson, Ed Sheeran, Usher to Perform at All-Star GRAMMY Salute to Stevie Wonder
The all-star concert will take place two nights after the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
When your first single from your debut album shoots up the charts, puts the competition in a stranglehold and doesn’t let go for seven weeks in a row, you’ve got reason to brag. And boy, does “Fancy” do just that.
To the surprise of many, Jack White’s GRAMMY-nominated solo jam “Lazaretto” is based on a hip-hop classic.
Watch Pharrell Williams talk about the creation of ‘Happy,’ and how the world’s response has affirmed his faith in humanity.