Formerly known as A&M Recording Studios, "We Are the World" was recorded here which won Song and Record of the Year at the 28th GRAMMY Awards in 1986! Read more.
Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" was largely recorded here in 1976. The album went on to win the GRAMMY for Album of the Year at the 20th GRAMMY Awards in 1978 Read more.
Home to the legendary GRAMMY Winner Elvis Presley. Elvis won 3 GRAMMYs including a GRAMMY in 1967 for Best Sacred Performance for "How Great Thou Art". Read more.
Motown's first headquarters, which was home to GRAMMY winners Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight & many more! Read more.
MSG has been home to the GRAMMYs 3 times! At the 45th show in 2003, Norah Jones won Best New Artist, Song of the Year, Record of the Year AND Album of the Year for "Come Away With Me"! Read more.
Windmill Lane is also known as the 'U2 studio'. This is where the 22-time GRAMMY Award-Winning band recorded most of "The Joshua Tree" which earned them their first 2 GRAMMY Awards in 1988. Read more.
Frank Sinatra's album "Come Dance with Me!" was recorded here which went on to win Album of the Year at the 2nd GRAMMY Awards in 1960. Read more.
The bulk of Lauryn Hill's GRAMMY-Winning Album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" was recorded here, which is the studio built by reggae legend Bob Marley. Read more.
Studio A is one of the most historic rooms at Westlake. This room was where Michael Jackson's 8-time GRAMMY Award-Winning Album "Thriller" was recorded. Read more.
Radio City has been home to the GRAMMYs 5 times. At the 33rd Awards in 1991, Quincy Jones was the night's big winner with 6 awards & Mariah Carey was named Best New Artist! Read more.
The Shrine Auditorium has hosted the most GRAMMY telecasts w 16 telecasts between 1978 and 1999. Michael Jackson & Quincy Jones picked up Album of the Year & Record of the Year here @ the 26th Awards! Read more.
One of our favorite places devoted to the history and winners of the GRAMMY Awards! Are you a member? Become one & be alerted about all of their awesome events and new exhibits! Read more.