As details continue to unfold, we remain deeply saddened by the tragic event that took place last evening in Manchester. Our community of music creators will band together, as we always do in the face of adversity, to continue to make and offer music that forms the soundtrack of our everyday lives, and which continues to provide inspiration - and hope - to so many. Our sincerest condolences go... View details ⇨
Chris Cornell was one of the influential originators of the 1990s Seattle grunge scene. A two-time GRAMMY Award winner, Chris’ dynamic stage presence and impressive vocal range made him a true rock-and-roll icon. From the international success he achieved as the founder and lead vocalist of Soundgarden, to fronting the GRAMMY-nominated supergroup, Audioslave, Chris’ extraordinary talent will... View details ⇨
#TBT The 45th #GRAMMYs in 2003 took place at The Garden in New York City. That year Norah Jones took home Record Of The Year for "Don't Know Why," Album Of The Year for 'Come Away With Me,' Best New Artist, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Don't Know Why," and Best Pop Vocal Album for "Come Away With Me."
The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter hosted its 19th Annual GRAMMY Block Party at Cumberland Park. Members and guests enjoyed performances from Anderson East, Lady Antebellum, Moon Taxi, Muddy Magnolias, and CeCe Winans.
Today The Library of Congress explores the history of disco music with Gloria Gaynor, Robin Roberts, photographer Bill Bernstein, scholars Alice Echols and Martin Scherzinger, and disco ball maker Yolanda Baker. #LCDisco