Elton John: I'm Still Standing — A GRAMMY Salute To Air On Tuesday, Apr. 10 On CBSWatch Elton John: I’m Still Standing—A GRAMMY® Salute on Tuesday, Apr. 10 at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Bruno Mars Sweeps The Grammys, Winning Top Album And SongBruno Mars went six for six at the Grammys, winning all of the awards he was nominated for with his energetic and upbeat 90s-inspired R&B album.
2018 Grammy Awards: List Of Winners In Top CategoriesBruno Mars and Kendrick Lamar win big at this year's Grammys.
White Roses Top Fashion Statement on Grammys Red CarpetStars turned out on the Grammys red carpet Sunday displaying white roses in solidarity with the Time's Up and #MeToo movements against sexual misconduct.
Fleetwood Mac Honored at Star-Studded, Pre-Grammys Benefit Concert in New YorkRock 'n' roll's dysfunctional family, Fleetwood Mac, joined with artists paying tribute to their work to raise $7 million for down-on-their luck musicians at a benefit at Radio City Music Hall.
Rising Above Challenges, Oakland Native Kehlani Goes for Grammys GoldJust a few years ago, she was couch surfing and homeless. But now, young Oakland native Kehlani has a huge contract with Atlantic Records millions of social media followers and two new Grammy nominations,
Bay Area Favorite K.Flay Is Lone Woman Among Grammy Rock NomineesMore than 90 percent of Grammy nominees since 2013 have been men. But among the 10 percent is an artist with deep Bay Area ties.
James Corden Says Grammys Will Include 'Me Too' MomentGrammy Award host James Corden says Sunday's show will carve out some time to allow artists to express solidarity with the "Me Too" and Time's Up movements.
They Are Musical Icons, But They've Never Won A Grammy AwardRemember when the cast of the TV series "Glee" earned a Grammy nomination for their version of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" at the 2011 Grammys, pitting them against Sade, Maroon 5 and Paramore?
A Grammy Curse? Milli Vanilli's Fab Morvan, Others ReflectWinning the best new artist Grammy is a goal for most breakthrough performers, but for some of its recipients, it can create pressure to match previous success or surpass it.
Grammy Winning Artists Reflect On What Makes A Song A HitWhat makes a song THE song of the eyes of The Recording Academy and Grammy Award worthy?
Cardi B Celebrates Grammy Nods, Hit Songs At Label PartyTell Cardi B she's nominated for a Grammy and the breakthrough rapper will quickly remind you: She's actually nominated for two.
Noisy Punk Bill Takes Over Make-Out RoomA San Francisco band made up of local scene veterans tops the bill at this noisy punk show Thursday when Pins of Light shares the stage with LA quartet Birth Defects and local crossover thrash/punk crew War Bison at the Make-Out Room.
Local Heavy Rock Heroes Pack HemlockLocal psych/punk band Hot Lunch brings its cathartic, heavy-rock sounds to the Hemlock Tavern Thursday, sharing the stage with guitarist Ethan Millers corrosive power trio Feral Ohms and visiting power-pop/psych group Painted Doll.
Heavy Doom Band Headlines Great American Music HallOne of the leading lights of the modern American doom-metal scene, Windhand delivers it's hypnotic downtuned epics at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on Sunday night.
Heavy Psych Band Celebrates 20 Years With New AlbumTempering hefty guitar riffs with equal doses of dreamy atmospheres and transporting melodies, talented psychedelic power trio Dead Meadow comes to the Bay Area for a pair of shows leading up to the 4/20 holiday.
CBS SF Talks To Judas Priest Bassist Ian HillJudas Priest bass player and founding member Ian Hill talks to CBS SF about the band's blazing new album 'Firepower' and guitarist Glenn Tipton scaling back his touring role after the announcement he has Parkinson's Disease.
British Metal Heroes Saxon Headline Cornerstone In BerkeleyU.K. metal veterans Saxon come to the East Bay Wednesday night to headline a show at the intimate Cornerstone in Berkeley along with local talents the Butlers and the Watchers.
Synth-Driven Post-Punk Act Plays Homecoming Show In SFAcclaimed post-punk outfit The Soft Moon led by former Bay Area resident Luis Vasquez brings its droning, synth-powered sounds back home for this show at the Independent Wednesday.
CBS SF Talks To Slovenly Records Founder Pete "Sticker Guy" MenchettiOwner of Sticker Guy and Slovenly Recordings and longtime Reno garage-punk scene fixture Pete Menchetti talks to CBS SF about his DIY business ventures and the upcoming Debauch-a-Reno #3 festival with the Mummies, Oblivions, the Spits and many more.
Local All-Star Orchestra Creates Soundtracks For 'Oddball' FilmsVeteran bandleader and keyboard/trumpet player Marc Capelle brings his Red Room Orchestra to the Castro Theatre Monday night to provide a live score for a collection of "oddball" shorts for a special SF Film Festival program.
Japanese Psych Powerhouse Returns To San FranciscoDealing out mind-altering sounds for over two decades, Japanese experimental rock outfit Acid Mothers Temple brings its other worldly live show to the Chapel in San Francisco Sunday night.