I learned a lot about unions and labor laws," is Recording Academy prexy Neil Portnow's comment on his life over the last two months, time usually focused strictly on dealing with talent, managers…
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Amy Winehouse will not attend this year's Grammy Awards because her request for a visa has been turned down by the U.S. Embassy, her representatives said Thursday.
The album of the year category touts one of the most diverse collection of nominees ever seen. While two of the albums have tallied a significant number of sales, there is neither a front-runner nor…
Breaking down the top Grammy categories: Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist.
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Saying the word "Motown" conjures up vivid memories of a sound, a place in time and a perfectly defined image, all of which can be attributed to one man, Berry Gordy.
Tens of millions of people came to know Earl Scruggs for spinning a tale of a poor mountaineer who barely kept his family fed.
"I always resented the role of a drummer as nothing more than a subservient figure," Max Roach once said. Having talked that talk, he spent more than six decades backing it up by constantly…
Itzhak Perlman overcame childhood polio, made his Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 18 and hasn't looked back since, earning admiration from every corner of the classical music world and using his…
The former Doris von Kappelhoff rose to international fame by singing "Sentimental Journey," a song that would galvanize a nation during the waning days of World War II -- and provide the perfect…
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