HowStuffWorks and the GRAMMY Museum team up to give listeners exclusive access to the most amazing music artists on the planet. Each week, we’ll blow people’s minds by providing an all-access pass to the artist inner circle.
Latin GRAMMY® winner Erika Ender sits down with Scott Goldman to talk about her journey from humble beginnings in Panama City to 25 years in the music business, including the record-breaking success of "Despacito," co-written with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.
Nine-time GRAMMY® winner Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys and the Arcs) sits with host Scott Goldman for an intimate conversation on his incredible career in music, his love of Nashville and the launch of his record label.
After nearly five decades of success and history making moments in the music business, it is safe to say that Jimmy Iovine is a veritable institution. The relatively reserved music executive---who most notably co-founded Interscope Records and later co-founded BEATS By Dre---chronicled his rise in ranks in the GRAMMY® winning 2017 documentary The Defiant Ones. In this installment, Scott Goldman chats with Iovine and doc’s director Allen Hughes.
Known for their spectacular live performances and energetic drum beats, GRAMMY® winners Imagine Dragons have drawn national attention since their debut album, Night Visions, went multiplatinum in 2012. In this premiere episode, host Scott Goldman sits with the four-piece group for an intimate conversation about music and their journey to GRAMMY® gold.
Host Scott Goldman interviews the top creators in the music industry each week, live from the Clive Davis Theater at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. Here's a preview of our inaugural episode with Imagine Dragons.