Macklemore & Ryan Lewis were a little-known rap duo from Seattle with an album that sold beyond modest expectations a year ago.
LL Cool J, host of the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards, visited CBS2 Thursday morning to discuss this Sunday’s show. Rick Garcia and Sharon Tay report.
Our official guide to kick off red carpet season in Los Angeles.
The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards are approaching! In celebration, CBS will air the sixth annual GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!!! on Friday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m.
The Recording Academy and CBS Monday announced the dates for the 2014 and 2015 GRAMMY AWARDS.
A man who attempted to upstage Adele at Sunday’s Grammy Awards faces a possible trespassing charge for his latest awkward celebrity interaction.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards picked up where last year’s show left off, as Adele claimed the first prize of the evening, Best Pop Solo Performance, for her live version of “Set Fire To The Rain”.
Everybody’s thinkin’ about Frank Ocean. Ocean is a cause celebre and the man with the momentum as Sunday’s Grammy Awards approach.
Folk-rock five-piece The Lumineers hail from the richly-cultured, mountainous urban landscape of Denver, Colorado, but their music is pure ‘30s-style dustpan alley, shoe-shuffling Americana fused with catchy, modern alt-rock melodies.
Ravi Shankar passed away in December before he could attend The Recording Academy’s Special Merit Awards celebration on Saturday, where he was honored with a lifetime achievement award.
Elton John still fills stadiums worldwide on his own, but he’ll share the spotlight with a dozen other musicians at Sunday’s Grammy Awards.
Babyface called her an icon; Diddy said she was like a sister; and Anita Baker credited her for helping secure her latest Grammy nomination.
Bruce Springsteen was honored as MusiCares person of the year on Friday evening in downtown Los Angeles.
It’s awards season in Los Angeles, a time for many of us locals to avoid major Beverly Hills hotels on Sundays and instead tune in to the red carpet and awards ceremonies on our TVs. […]
CBS will air a one-hour special featuring how the Grammy Awards went on following last year’s the death of legendary singer Whitney Houston.