Jerry Lee Lewis, Loretta Lynn, Ronnie Spector, Christine McVie, Meatloaf, Olivia Newton-John, Taylor Hawkins, Aaron Carter, Naomi Judd, Ramsey Lewis, Jim Seals, Pharoah Sanders and Irene Cara are among the more than 190 musicians who've passed away this year.
Willie Nelson, The War on Drugs, Gov't Mule, the Black Keys, Asleep at the Wheel, Snarky Puppy, Michael Bublé, Protoje, Sean Paul, Koffee, Shaggy and the Grateful Dead are among the 2022 Grammy nominees.
"I get my weed from California," Justin Bieber sang at the Grammy Awards on April 3. But after several verses, CBS censored "weed." CelebStoners Willie Nelson, Chelsea Handler and Bieber were among the 2022 nominees.
Neil Young and Daryl Hannah have teamed up on "Barn," her documentary about the making of his latest album.
DMX, Charlie Watts, Don Everly, Lloyd Price, Phil Spector, Mary Wilson, Bunny Wailer, Mike Nesmith, B.J. Thomas, Jay Black, Biz Markie, Shock G, Chick Corea, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Nanci Griffith, Sarah Dash, Commander Cody Dusty Hill and U-Roy are among the music-industry people who've passed away in 2021.