The Grammy Museum always has interesting programs, captivating interviews, and discussions with artists followed by intimate performances inside the Clive Davis Theater, a state-of-the-art 200-seat theater.
Like many other places, the Grammy Museum is closed right now due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and all the future events are postponed, but they are debuting a new experience online.
They have been digging in their archives, and for the first time, the Museum will show never-before-released digital Public Programs starting today.
Just like the real thing, the one-hour program will feature intimate sit-down interviews and acoustic performances with diverse artists and musicians who have visited the Grammy Museum since its opening 12-years-ago. A new program will be released every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday but the Grammy Museum has already revealed the schedule for March and the beginning of April:
MARCH 18, 2020 – SCARYPOOLPARTY
MARCH 21, 2020 – YOLA
MARCH 23, 2020 – BOB NEWHART
MARCH 25, 2020 – LARKIN POE
MARCH 28, 2020 – X AMBASSADORS
MARCH 30, 2020 – BRANDI CARLILE
APRIL 1, 2020 – BILLIE EILISH AND FINNEAS
APRIL 4, 2020 – GRETA VAN FLEET
APRIL 6, 2020 – KOOL AND THE GANG
I am sure the episode with Billie Eilish will get a lot of viewings, and there’s no reason to not watch these, as they are free and perfect for your current ‘social distancing,’ practice.
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – June 1975 (Volume 7, Number 1)
Smith’s final freelance contribution to Creem.
putting Nigeria on the map
back at # 1 for a third non consecutive week
not a dreamer but a steely eyed businessman and pop musician
Willie Nelson will play at the Palomino fest on Saturday
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – May 1975 (Volume 6, Number 12
Elton John came across as completely engaging
by episode nine, season four, the bastards finally got me sick of Kate!
some hooky and wildly inspired tune
Harry has the summer of his career!