The Grammy winner this year for best improvised jazz solo (“Orbits” from his live album “Without a Net”), Shorter demonstrates his ageless artistry in breaking musical barriers.
The conductor laureate for the L.A. Philharmonic and a 2014 Grammy nominee shares memories of the opening of the famed Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Alpert, who picked up another Grammy this year for “Steppin’ Out” (best pop instrumental album), reflects on his 50+ years in the music business.
The talented singer, songwriter and producer talks about the project for which she won her 15th Grammy this year (best R&B album), “Girl on Fire.”
With 16 Grammys between the two of them, Edmonds and Braxton reflect on their history, including their latest collaboration.
Klugh, a master of the acoustic guitar, demonstrates his exceptional musicianship with a performance of the classic song, “Alfie.”
The SNL alum and Emmy-nominated actor-writer talks about making his dramatic acting debut in the Oscar-nominated film, Nebraska.
One of the foremost female jazz vocalists in the world today, Reeves comments on her five-year hiatus between CDs.
Larrieux discusses her seven-year recording hiatus and also performs “Afraid” from her latest release, “Ice Cream Everyday.”
The groundbreaking banjoist reflects on a career of defying labels and demonstrates his talent with a performance of a track featured on his CD, “The Imposter.”