Mastodon at GRAMMYs On The Hill
This month, GRAMMY winners and nominees took to Capitol Hill to defend creator’s rights. Here’s a look at who they met with and what they advocated for.
Featuring key congresspeople and leading lights in the music community, the 2022 GRAMMYs On The Hill Awards was in equal parts celebratory and impactful toward the fight for creators' rights for all music people.
Following the 20th anniversary of the GRAMMYs on the Hill Awards, GRAMMY winners and nominees meet today with representatives to protect music creators.
Ahead of the 2022 GRAMMYs, the Recording Academy’s Advocacy team illustrated to members of Congress the importance of music legislation and how it has a real impact on all music people.
At the annual GRAMMY Fund Breakfast during GRAMMY Week 2022, the Recording Academy's Advocacy team honored leaders who are fostering the next generation of music makers.
This Women's History Month, we're reflecting on the continual advocacy efforts of two women and what makes them stand out in the music industry. Ledisi and Yolanda Adams have both made waves in the music industry through their talent and dedication to creator's rights.
The S&C Wing banded together for an in-depth discussion about the state of songwriter royalties and changes on the horizon regarding how songwriters are compensated.
The Recording Academy's 2022 Chapter Board Elections, open March 29 - April 4, are a pivotal opportunity to serve our local Chapter communities and to help launch the next generation of Recording Academy leaders. Here's everything you need to know.
On Tuesday, the Omnibus package was signed by President Biden providing funding for the entire government through September 30 — and includes $180 million for the National Endowment for the Arts.
In California, there’s currently a ballot initiative to provide more funding to arts and music education in public schools — and the Recording Academy is in full support.
The American Music Fairness Act and HITS Act have the potential to benefit generations of Black artists — furthering work done by the Recording Academy's Advocacy team and others.
The current controversies surrounding Spotify have resurfaced the long-simmering frustration of many songwriters and musicians about low royalty rates from streaming services.
The recent House Judiciary Committee hearing on the AMFA made headlines across the nation and continued to garner support for the legislation.
"I can't think of another industry in America where you are allowed to take someone else's property," Mitchell declared during the virtual meeting — and Gloria Estefan and Dave Pomeroy echoed his sentiment.
On Wed. Jan. 19, the House Small Business Committee invited leading arts advocates to testify virtually. Here's what we learned from the revealing hearing.