This year marks a turning point of sorts for the Grammys, and the organization behind it, the 18,000-member strong Recording Academy.
Every year, Recording Academy president Neil Portnow faces a barrage of criticism about the Grammys.
As L.A. debuts go, this one is destined for the archives.
Ringo Starr discusses his career with the Beatles and as a solo artist.
On a weekend when the eyes of the world were on Haiti, and many A-list celebrities felt the need to drum up support for the earthquake-ravaged country.
Warner Bros. Entertainment is rebranding its inhouse music label from New Line Records to WaterTower Music.
Themes of war dominated the feature film nominations from the American Society of Cinematographers.
Beyond the Grammys Jan. 31, January is shaping up to be active for the Grammy Museum, with Elvis, Ringo and revolution.
Forty years ago, Miles Davis' "Bitches Brew" signaled a dramatic departure for the restlessly creative trumpeter.
The legendary 1964 concert known as the T.A.M.I. Show, with performances by the Rolling Stones, James Brown, Chuck Berry, the Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, the Supremes…
Beginning as early as 1967, Stanley Kubrick spent the better part of the next three years researching the life of Napoleon.