Celebrating the 2024 Grammy Awards

In the realm of music, few events carry as much weight and prestige as the Grammy Awards. Winning a Grammy is not just a trophy; it's a validation of an artist's impact and influence on the industry.

The Grammy’s are never dull; at the 2024 Grammys this past Sunday, we got a remarkable performance from Tracy Chapman and Luke Combs showcasing their talents with a rendition of Fast Car, Miley Cyrus received her first Grammy Award, and Jay-Z gave a powerful speech about the division that categorization at the Grammy’s creates. Taylor Swift won Album of the Year for 4th time, ending the night as 14-time Grammy winner. She'll now head back out on the road to continue her record breaking tour; the mystery of whether or not she will make it to the Super Bowl in time won't be solved until kick-off on Sunday.

Although the Grammy Awards are exciting and help acknowledge innovative artists who deserve recognition, they can also be a source of much controversy. From surprising snubs to accusations of bias, the Grammys have been at the center of heated debates that question the fairness and transparency of the selection process.

Similar to Jay-Z, Tyler the Creator has also critiqued the Grammys. Tyler expressed his desire to transcend the confines of rap or urban categories and receive recognition on a broader, more mainstream scale. “On one side, I’m very grateful that what I made could just be acknowledged in a world like this. But also, it sucks that whenever we, and I mean guys that look like me, do anything that’s genre-bending, they always put it in a ‘rap’ or ‘urban’ category,” he said. 

Whether you're cheering for your favorite artists or diving into the debates, there's no denying the Grammys are a big deal in the music world. Here at TheArchive & The Grapevine, we've got this fantastic collection of music documentaries & biopics, featuring some of the most legendary musical artists & group of all time in our library

Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys

This biopic features Bruce Greenwood of Star Trek and I, Robot, and chronicles the rising fame of the beloved California rock band, The Beach Boys. However, their time spent together isn't without its hurdles and speed bumps. Amid strained relationships and struggles with substance abuse, Dennis and Brian Wilson resist their father's sweeping attempts to control the group as their manager. Based on a true story.

Fleetwood Mac: Unbroken Chain

In 1978, Fleetwood Mac fronted by the ethereal Stevie Nicks,  released an album that would go on to sell over 27 million records. Rumours was the high watermark in a career that has seen ups and downs that would have destroyed most bands. Yet, somehow, Fleetwood Mac endures. This documentary looks at over thirty years of rock-n-roll history from the perspective of one of the world's most enduring bands. 

Best of Michael Bolton Live

Bringing down the house in his first concert release, Michael Bolton is the Grammy-winning music giant with more than 40 million records sold and the recipient of five Million Performance Song Awards. Playing such classics as Love Is a Wonderful Thing and Said I Loved You... But I Lied, Soul Provider, and many more in this live concert!

As we celebrate the Grammys, let's not forget to soak in the real stories behind the artists we love who have paved the way for many artists today. 

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