Grammys 2015 predictions … because someone has to win
We know, it's painful to look at many of the nominees for the music industry's most prestigious award. The Grammys are a popularity contest, which you can read all about in our column here.
Grammy Awards: The popularity contest is demeaning to the music industry
Imagine for a second if the nominees for best picture at the Academy Awards looked anything like the nominees for Record of the Year do at the Grammy Awards.
Grammy nominations 2015: Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea and more
BY MESFIN FEKADU AP MUSIC WRITER NEW YORK (AP) -- Sam Smith will battle the ladies at the Grammys: "Stay With Me" is nominated for record of the year against hits like "Fancy," "Shake It Off" and "All About That Bass." Read More»
Kendrick Lamar on Macklemore’s Grammy win: “It’s well deserved”
After besting all rap competition at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, Macklemore sent the text heard round the world to Kendrick Lamar, apologizing for “robbing him” of the best rap album award.
Grammys apologize to Trent Reznor for cutting off his ending performance
When an award show cuts off a collaborative performance from some of music's most respected artists, you had better believe it won't go unnoticed -- especially if someone as outspoken as Trent Reznor is involved.
Grammy Awards: What we learned about Daft Punk, disrespecting Reznor and hats
The 2014 Grammys are over and, as usual, most music fans are left with a sour taste in their mouths. But like any awkward and confusing situation, we have the opportunity to learn something about human nature, psychology and the future of music.
Read Macklemore’s apology to Kendrick Lamar for robbing best rap album Grammy
After winning four Grammys, including the award for best rap song and best new artist, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis effectively shut-out the critically-acclaimed Kendrick Lamar on Sunday.
Photos: Grammy Awards 2014 with Daft Punk, Lorde, Beyonce and more
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Winners in selected categories at the 56th annual Grammy Awards announced Sunday during ceremonies at the Nokia Theatre and Staples Center: Read More»
Grammy Awards live chat: Join us here for the Mountain Standard Time telecast
When the 56th Grammy Awards take place at 7 p.m. MST on Sunday Jan. 26, we'll be right here discussing the winners, the disappointments, the performances and more.
Grammys 2014: Daft Punk to make first televised performance since 2008
The elusive Daft Punk man-bots are set to perform their first live performance of the "Random Access Memories" era at the Grammy Awards in January, according to Rolling Stone.
Watch Chris Brown diss Frank Ocean at the Grammys (GIFs)
Remember that time Chris Brown started a fight with Frank Ocean over a parking spot? And then Frank Ocean Tweeted he “cut my finger now i can’t play w two hands at the grammys.” Read More»
News: Chris Brown to perform at Grammys
By Mesfin Fekadu Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Chris Brown will perform at this year's Grammy Awards, the event where his career almost ended three years ago.
Guest Feature: Rap is an overall winner, but loser at the Grammys
By Mesfin Fekadu Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Since its beginnings in the 1970s, rap music has transformed from an underground, street-based sound to a definitive part of pop culture, transcending race and becoming one of the strongest — and most prolific — voices of today's generation.
Sure, why not: LL Cool J to host Grammys next month
Just because the Grammy folks really needed to prove how super hip and relevant they are by choosing today's hottest MC. Just because "NCIS: Los Angeles" really isn't that terrible of a show.
Pop & Circumstance: Can Grammy results redefine “Pop”?
"Even if I don't win a Grammy, I still get to go home with my Grammy!" That was the brilliant pun that pop star Katy Perry quipped to red carpet Ryan Seacrest right before the awards ceremony on Sunday.
Live review: The 52nd annual Grammy Awards
All the television commercials billed Sunday night's 52nd annual Grammy Awards as "ladies night." And for once, the advertising was right. From big winners Beyonce, Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas and Taylor Swift to memorable performances from Pink, Lady Gaga and Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott, the Grammys were dominated by women in 2010.
News: The Fray is back in the recording studio working on album No. 3
Fray singer Isaac Slade belts out a song during July's Mile High Music Festival. Reverb file photo by Tina Hagerling. Fans of Denver-based rock act the Fray can relax.