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The 56th Grammy Awards – Music, Memories and Xanax


Get ready for a unique and extensive recap of the 2014 Grammy Awards, from the pre-show awards to the 21 televised performances and everything in between, from a genuine music enthusiast who saw it all in person. Read More »

Legendary Singer Whitney Houston Dead at 48

The iconic singer leaves behind a rich legacy. Read More »

Karmin: The Latest in a Long Line of Berklee Alumni Making it Big in Music

Boston's Berklee College of Music, birthplace of pop duo Karmin, boasts among its alumni a virtual "who's who" of notables in the music industry. Read More »

Music Review: Stevie Wonder – Talking Book

Stevie Wonder: Chapter 8. Read More »

Videogame Music Gets Some Overdue Respect

The Grammys issue a long overdue change in structure and recognize music written for videogames. Read More »

Music Review: Adele – 21

Grammy winner Adele proves her smash debut was no fluke with stand-up-and-cheer sophomore release, 21 Read More »

Teddy Pendergrass Remembered, If Only In Passing

The Grammys dishonored the memory of Teddy Pendergrass with an aborted tribute this week. Read More »

And the Winner at the Grammys Was…the ’60s!

The appearance of Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, and Barbra Streisand on the Grammys was more than an exercise in nostalgia. Read More »

Interview with Adrian Quesada of Grammy-Nominated Grupo Fantasma

Grupo Fantasma's body-moving music dances its way to a second Grammy nomination. Read More »

Notes on the Grammy Nomination Party at Le Poisson Rouge, New York, December 16, 2010

Avi Avital’s mandolin, sharing center stage with a variety of other instruments, like the tambourine, the accordion, and the harp, became the undisputed winner of the evening. Read More »