Katy Perry on Her Next Album and Watching the GRAMMYs in Her PJs"I’m in the research and development phase."
Tori Kelly Previews GRAMMY Performance with James BayShe also discusses how she feels about the lyrics that she wrote for "Unbreakable Smile," which were written before she was a GRAMMY nominee.
GRAMMYs Add Alabama Shakes and Miguel as PerformersEleven year old prodigy Joey Alexander will also take the GRAMMY stage.
Taylor Swift to Open the GRAMMY AwardsWe don't know what song she's going to do yet, though.
Why Ed Sheeran's 'Thinking Out Loud' Should Win the GRAMMY for Song of the YearWriting a love song is no easy business, but Sheeran has shown again and again that he understands how to make any listener swoon even just a little, but more likely quite a lot.
Luke Bryan, John Legend, Demi Lovato & Meghan Trainor to Honor Lionel RichieThe foursome to join Richie on stage at the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
The Eagles and Jackson Browne to Honor Glenn Frey at GRAMMYs"Take It Easy" seems like a logical choice.
Why Meghan Trainor Should Win the Best New Artist GRAMMYTrainor herself seems to be "in" on the levels of irony that follow her around on the internet, turning her contradictions into an actual following.
Why Taylor Swift's '1989' Should Win the Album of the Year GRAMMYRyan Adams released his own version of "1989," covering every song from the album. High praise indeed.
Little Big Town's 'Girl Crush' - Behind the SongAt first, it's not clear what the song is about.
Gwen Stefani To Perform Live Music Video During GRAMMYsStefani's live music video will air during a 4-minute commercial break.
Maroon 5 Thank Taraji P. Henson After Super Bowl GaffeGood sportsmanship abounds.
Bey and Jay Still Crazy in Love?That's a grand gesture, if it's true.
Metallica, Cage The Elephant Rock CBS Radio's "The Night Before"Hetfield said it was a "dream come true" to play AT&T Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants.
Why Alabama Shakes Should Win The Album Of The Year GRAMMY For 'Sound & Color'In a day and age where singles are king, Sound & Color stands out with nary a track worth skipping and is the perfect album for a Sunday morning spin.