Watch the Maverick’s ‘Grammy’ Performance

Although the Mavericks did not pick up a trophy this year, the eclectic act did enjoy the honor of performing during the Grammy preshow. The Americana Music Association's Group of the Year helped kick off the award show's festivities by playing the Latin-tinged "All Night Long." The track was up for Best American Roots Song

Watch Setzer Rock CMA Country Christmas Special

Rockabilly king Brian Setzer partnered with country superstar Brad Paisley last night on the CMA Country Christmas Special for a very upbeat "Sleigh Ride." Enjoy ... Setzer, who was nominated earlier this week for a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Album for Setzer Goes Instru-MENTAL!, can also be caught live in action during his current

Neil Young Wins His First Grammy for his Music

The legendary Neil Young claimed his first-ever Grammy for his music at Sunday night's 53rd Annual Grammy Awards. The 65-year-old had previously picked up an award for the packaging of his Archives set in 2010, but this year Young's "Angry World" earned the Grammy for Best Rock Song. "This is my first Grammy for music and it's

Mollin-Produced Mathis Album Nominated for Grammy

When romantic crooner Johnny Mathis elected to make his first ever full country album, he turned to renowned record producer and Gretsch artist Fred Mollin for an assist. Together they assembled a group of the most talented musicians in Nashville to record songs handpicked by Mathis. Recorded in a Nashville studio in less than a

Brian Setzer Earns Grammy Nod

The Recording Academy revealed its list of Grammy nominees last night during the GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live, which aired on CBS. Gretsch signature artist Brian Setzer earned a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Instrumental Performance with Brian Setzer Orchestra track “Sleepwalk.” In 1998, Setzer won a Grammy award in the same category with an earlier