The 59th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on the CBS Television Network, Sunday, Feb. 12.
The Lifetime Achievement Award honorees include Ahmad Jamal, Charley Pride, Jimmie Rodgers, Nina Simone, Sly Stone, and the Velvet Underground.
The five-time Grammy Award winning star was diagnosed with sickle cell disease at age 7 and continues to receive treatment due to her condition.
Dawson’s music has a contemporary urban sound that has been influenced by Gospel/Christian artists like The Winans, The Clark Sisters, Israel Houghton, Mercy Me, Fred Hammond, Tye Tribbett, Hillsong United, Kirk Franklin.
The singer-songwriter is encouraging his fans to feel the love in a time of confusion.
T Bone Burnett announced as musical director of star-studded tribute concert to Benefit MusiCares®’ Emergency Financial Assistance And Addiction Recovery Programs.
The Serbian pop-star Didi J new album boast several tracks which were produced by Jens Gads (“All Of Me”- John Legend, “If I Were A Boy”- Beyonce).
A song of patience and trust in God, “Work It Out” lays a straightforward declaration over an infectious beat to create what is sure to be a smash hit.
The group will have the signature red dress worn on the “Giving Him Something He Can Feel” video featured in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture’s exhibit.
“Take Me Down” will also be released as a digital single beginning September 9th from all participating digital retailers.
The Philadelphia native has written songs for artists John Legend and Keyshia Cole.
“Sledgehammer” marks the first music video shot entirely with IMAX cameras.
Directed by Spiff TV, the shoot was held at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic,
This three-day festival experience will take place at the Autry Museum.
The Governors Ball will be held in the Ray Dolby Ballroom on the top level of the Hollywood & Highland Center.