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  • Ringo Starr

    As part of the new “Live From the Vault” series in partnership with Iron Mountain Entertainment Services (IMES), the GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to present never-before-released archived footage from Ringo Starr’s iconic 2010 program at the GRAMMY Museum.

    Music legend & multi-GRAMMY winner Ringo...

  • Celebrating John Lee Hooker: King Of The Boogie

    In conjunction with the opening of the GRAMMY Museum’s special exhibit, John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie, the Museum welcomed Diane Roan-Hooker and Zakiya Hooker, daughters of the legendary blues artist John Lee Hooker, for an intimate conversation. The conversation was followed by a special p...

  • Pat Boone and Jimmy Angel

  • The Temptations

    Straight off the release of All The Time, their first new album in eight years, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed legendary group, The Temptations, for an intimate conversation on June 11, 2018. For over 60 years, The Temptations have reigned as one of popular music’s most beloved and successful groups ...

  • Smokey Robinson

    Music legend Smokey Robinson visited the GRAMMY Museum on August 24, 2009 to discuss his extraordinary career, legendary Motown work, and original songwriting. A singer, songwriter, and record producer, Robinson helped define the “Motown sound” as the founder and frontman of the iconic Motown Re...

  • Ms. Mary Wilson

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed Ms. Mary Wilson, a founding member of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers the Supremes, on June 24, 2015. Ms. Wilson co-founded what became one of the most successful American singing groups of the ’60s with original members Diana Ross and Florence Ballard, originally calling...

  • Blind Boys of Alabama

    The Blind Boys of Alabama visited the GRAMMY Museum on September 28, 2011. More than 70 years since first forming in 1939, the Blind Boys of Alabama have managed to achieve global, living-legend status in the world of music. Honored by both the GRAMMYs and The National Endowment for the Arts with...

  • Burt Bacharach & Daniel Tashian

    On July 30th, the day before the release of their collaborative EP of original songs, Blue Umbrella, the GRAMMY Museum hosted a live online conversation in partnership with ASCAP and BMI featuring Burt Bacharach and Daniel Tashian. Bacharach is the three-time Academy Award-winning and GRAMMY Life...

  • Cheap Trick

    As one of the most covered bands of all time, Cheap Trick has been blending elements of pop, punk and even metal in a way that is instantly catchy since the 1970s. With timeless classics such as “I Want You to Want Me,” “Surrender,” and “The Flame,” Cheap Trick are a musical institution. With mor...

  • Donovan

    By 1966, Donovan had evolved beyond his initial folk troubadour style and fully embraced the budding "flower power" movement. Finding inspiration in jazz, blues, world music and West Coast U.S. rock, he partnered with top UK producer Mickie Most and arranger John Cameron to capture the sound he w...

  • Barbra Streisand

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed eight-time GRAMMY winner Barbra Streisand on January 7, 2017 for a special evening to benefit the music education initiatives of the Museum. The evening featured an intimate discussion with Streisand surrounding her illustrious award-winning career. An actress, singer, ...

  • Alan Menken

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed renowned composer and songwriter Alan Menken on June 1, 2016. Song and score credits for film musicals by Menken include Disney classics such as Newsies, Home on the Range, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and The Beast, Aladdin, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercu...