The GRAMMY Museum welcomed musician Weyes Blood to the Museum’s intimate Clive Davis Theater for a special evening including a conversation moderated by Evan Laffer of the Jokermen podcast about her creative process, career, and more.
Weyes Blood is the project of L.A. based-singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Natalie Mering. With a deep love of recorded music in all its forms, and an underlying pop sensibility, Mering is a modern yet timeless songwriter and musician tackling humanity’s ills with a rich sonic palette. She has five critically-acclaimed studio albums under her belt, and her influences range from Bob Seger to Enya and explore themes of shared myths, ideological chaos, doubt, and hope. Her breakout album, 2019’s Titanic Rising, brought these ideas to a larger audience, which continues to grow with the success of her release, And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow (2022).