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At the Grammys With Radmilla Cody
Mary Kim Titla
Los Angeles—Just hours prior to the Grammys Pre-Telecast earlier this month, Radmilla Cody, a Navajo recording artist and Grammy nominee, tied her mother’s hair into a traditional ...
Native Artists Gain Ground With 2013 Grammy Nominations
Prior to the 2012 Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy saw fit to discontinue the Best Native American Album and the Best Hawaiian Music Album categories...
Grammys Reinstate Latin Jazz Category, No Such Luck for Native American Album
When the Recording Academy slashed its Grammy Award categories from 109 to 78 in 2011, albums that would have competed in the Native American Album category were grouped in with po...
Carlos Santana Criticizes 'Racist' Grammy Decision
As we reported in April, the Recording Academy has "restructured" its Grammy Award categories and in so doing eliminated a number of them, including that of Native American Album...