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Grammy Nominee Moved to Buy Piano for Texas Dad Who Played in Knee-deep Floodwaters

When a Texas father posted a video of himself somberly playing a piano in his flooded home, another musician became stirred to lend a...

Band Gives Inspiring Grammy’s Speech in Their Underwear – For a Reason!

21 Pilots, the contemporary pop band responsible for winning the Grammy for Best Pop Duo at last night's award ceremony, got prepared for their acceptance...

Kendrick Lamar Brings 6 Compton Teens to The Grammys, Inspires Hope (WATCH)

In addition to the Five-time Grammy award winning rap visionary Kendrick Lamar blowing everyone's minds with his groundbreaking performance of "Alright," he took the...
Lady Antebellum- Flickr photo by Keith Hinkle - CC

Students in Tornado-hit Town Gifted a Personal Concert by Grammy Stars Lady Antebellum

Tornadoes battered their school and their homes. Their spring break was filled with cleanup and recovery work that has only just begun. But for...
Brad Pitt in front of homes he built for New Orleans - NBC video snapshot

Brad Pitt Stages ‘Mini-Grammys’ Show to Help New Orleans

"Each time I come back to New Orleans and drive over that bridge, I get this swell of joy," Pitt told Reuters, his eyes...
Whitney Houston on GMA in 2009 by Asterio Tecson, CC license

Grammy Party Turns Into Tribute for Late Whitney Houston

Music producer Clive Davis's pre-Grammy party is typically one of highlights of the week leading to the US music industry's top awards, but this...

Good News in History, June 15

100 years ago today, British pilots John Alcock and Arthur Brown became celebrities worldwide for completing the first nonstop transatlantic flight—a harrowing 16-hour journey...

Good News in History, June 9

On this day 110 years ago, Alice Ramsey, a 22-year-old mom from Hackensack, New Jersey, began a journey that led to her becoming the...

Good News in History, June 2

75 years ago today, composer Marvin Hamlisch, who is one of only two people to have ever won the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony...

Good News in History, June 1

50 years ago today, John and Yoko recorded Give Peace a Chance, Lennon's first solo single, while in a bed surrounded by celebrities and...

Good News in History, May 28

Happy 75th Birthday to Gladys Knight, the singer, songwriter, actress, businesswoman, and author. She won two Grammys in one year with her group Gladys...

Good News in History, May 25

50 years ago today, Midnight Cowboy premiered in theaters, starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman. Released to critical acclaim it won a plethora of...

Good News in History, May 23

50 years ago today, The Who released in the UK the first rock opera, entitled Tommy, about a “deaf, dumb and blind kid," who “sure...

Good News in History, May 20

Happy Birthday to children’s author Mary Pope Osborne, best known for her award-winning Magic Tree House series, who turns 70 years old today. With...

Good News in History, May 14

Happy Birthday to director-screenwriter George Lucas who turns 75. Receiving 5 Oscar nominations (including Best Picture) for his 1973 debut film American Graffiti proved...

Good News in History, May 13

Happy Birthday to American actor-producer Harvey Keitel who turns 80 today. Born in Brooklyn, he joined the Marines at age 16 and then became...

Good News in History, May 9

Happy Birthday to Billy Joel who turns 70 years old today. After dropping out of high school on Long Island, he started a music...

Good News in History, May 5

210 years ago today, a U.S. patent was awarded to a woman for the first time. In that American era, females could neither own...

Good News in History, April 29

120 years ago, the musician and composer Duke Ellington, one of the most influential jazz musicians of all time, was born in Washington, DC....

Good News in History, April 27

25 years ago today, the first South African general election was held in which black citizens were allowed to vote. It marked the end of...