Geoffrey Boucher and Randy Lewis, Los Angeles Times
The 54th Grammy Awards will be remembered as a story of two women with towering, timeless voices — Adele and Whitney Houston — one representing youthful triumph and boundless possibility, the other a reminder of fresh tragedy and a life...
On Dec. 21, the Recording Academy announced that Glen Campbell, the Allman Brothers Band, George Jones, Diana Ross, Gil Scott-Heron, the Memphis Horns and Antonio Carlos Jobim will receive this year’s Lifetime Achievement Awards.
The music you bought this week: The weekly Pop & Hiss run-down that highlights some of what's on the charts. While the metrics for success continue to change, these are the artists that inspired folks to part with cash, from Adele to Tim McGraw to Gotye.
When it comes to the Grammys, pop star Karty Perry has strutted around a stage outfitted with giant fruit, and last year went a more solitary and serious route, albeit on a glittery swing for a medley that included "Not Like the Movies." The artist of extremes
The recording academy and Grammy producers have unveiled a flurry of Grammy performers this week, beginning Tuesday with a return to the stage for Adele and a Katy Perry announcement on Wednesday. Today, the curtain was pulled back on one ...
Nicki Minaj plans to get the most out of her first time appearing on the Grammy stage by using her set to debut material from her upcoming sophomore album, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.” Look for Roman Zolanski to emerge.
The Beach Boys and Glen Campbell will perform, separately, on Sunday night's Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles. A latter-day reunion would be sweet in that Glen Campbell toured as a member of the Beach Boys.
Soul singer Adele had a triumphant return with her hit "Rolling In the Deep," already this year's song of the year and the favorite for record of the year. She toyed with the crowd at first, starting the song a cappella and taking an extended pause before the
The surviving members of the Beach Boys, who will tour this year in honor of the band's 50th anniversary, gave fans a sneak preview at the 54th Grammy Awards. Though the lead-in with Foster the People and Maroon 5 was ...
President Obama sang the blues on Tuesday with B.B. King, Mick Jagger and Buddy Guy for a White House blues concert. The President is one of many chief executives who have shown their musical talents in office.