New Releases From the Archives

  • Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper

    On March 28, 2018, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum-selling artists Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper for a special evening of conversation and performance surrounding their collaborative album, No Mercy In This Land. The album is the first of new music from the pa...

  • Common

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed Common to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater for an interview and special performance on July 23, 2019. Common is an artist, actor, activist and, also, a New York Times best-selling author with the release of his latest memoir Let Love Have The Last Word. With a storied ...

  • LP

    On September 3, 2014, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed singer-songwriter LP for a conversation and performance. LP, debuted her first major label record, Forever For Now, following her 2012 EP Live at EastWest Studios. Both the EP and the full length, each produced by GRAMMY Award-winning producer Rob ...

  • Ghost

    On May 1, 2018, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed GRAMMY-winning rock band Ghost to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate acoustic performance and special advance listening of their soon-to-be-released fourth sacred psalm, Prequelle (Loma Vista Recordings), released June 1. The evening was followed by...

  • Billy Porter

    The GRAMMY Museum was thrilled to welcome Tony- and GRAMMY-winning singer, composer, actor, playwright, and director Billy Porter May 15, 2017 for a conversation discussing his storied career, followed by a performance. As a recording artist, Porter's solo albums include his 1997 debut, Untitled ...

  • Estelle

    To celebrate the release of her album Lovers Rock, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed multiplatinum GRAMMY Award-winning UK singer, songwriter, actress, and humanitarian Estelle for an intimate conversation and performance on December 3, 2018. Lovers Rock is one of Estelle’s most personal albums, as it i...

  • Morris Day & David Ritz

    On December 9, 2019, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed multi-platinum recording artist, musician, composer, arranger, and singer Morris Day and his co-author—GRAMMY-winning musician, co-composer of Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing, and renowned music biographical author, David Ritz—for a discussion on the ...

  • Judy Collins

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed folk legend Judy Collins to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater on November 1, 2011. Enjoying a career full of accolades, including a GRAMMY and an Academy Award nomination, Judy Collins continues to perform globally, and almost constantly, while still making time for soci...

  • Shovels and Rope

    Shovels & Rope, the musical duo of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst, visited the GRAMMY Museum on June 20, 2019 to talk about their album, By Blood. They’ve been married for over a decade and their covenant extends to blood and beyond: as parents, bandmates, creative collaborators, festival cura...

  • The Immediate Family

    On July 9, 2020, the GRAMMY Museum hosted a live online conversation with The Immediate Family. The Immediate Family (the modern iteration of a legendary studio ensemble known as “The Section”) is a rock and roll band composed of four of the most recorded, respected and sought-after players in mo...

  • 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...

  • Ava Max

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Ava Max talks about her latest single, "Who's Laughing Now," and debut album, Heaven & Hell, out September 18, 2020. A truly international artist, Ava sealed her pop superstar status with the blockbuster success of the RIAA 3x-platinum certi...

  • Shinedown

    On May 20, 2020, Brent Smith, lead singer of the multi-platinum band Shinedown, discusses the band’s latest music as part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series. Shinedown has crushed Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart with all of their 26 consecutive career singles reaching ...

  • Southern Blood: Celebrating Gregg Allman

    Gregg Allman’s album Southern Blood serves as a remarkable final testament from an artist whose contributions have truly shaped American music throughout the past four decades. Produced by Don Was and recorded in Muscle Shoals where Duane Allman and the earliest seeds of the Allman Brothers Band ...

  • Sharon Van Etten

    Sharon Van Etten’s Remind Me Tomorrow comes four years after Are We There, and reckons with the life that gets lived when you put off the small and inevitable maintenance in favor of something more present. Throughout Remind Me Tomorrow, Sharon Van Etten veers towards the driving, dark glimmer mo...

  • Maggie Rogers

    Acclaimed producer, songwriter, and performer Maggie Rogers grew up in Easton, Maryland. After graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, she released her debut EP, Now That The Light Is Fading. Rogers’ new album, Heard It In A Past Life entered Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart at No. 1 – p...

  • Grace Vanderwaal

    Singer-songwriter Grace Vanderwaal visited the GRAMMY Museum on July 22, 2018. Hailed by Rolling Stone as a “pop prodigy,” Vanderwaal skyrocketed to fame after winning the 11th season of NBC’s top-rated America’s Got Talent, where she performed all original music that she composed. The ukulele-wi...

  • Billie Eilish & FINNEAS

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed global pop-phenom, Billie Eilish, along with her brother, sole collaborator, producer, and co-writer, FINNEAS, to the GRAMMY Museum in 2019 for a conversation and performance. Her album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 in the U...

  • Panic! At The Disco

    Brendon Urie from the internationally acclaimed rock band Panic! At The Disco visited the GRAMMY Museum on September 12, 2016 to discuss the band’s No.1-selling album, Death Of A Bachelor, and to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the band’s debut album.

    Panic! At The Disco’s 2016 album Deat...

  • José James & Don Was

    Lean On Me, recorded by José James and produced by Don Was, was released during the year of Bill Withers’ 80th birthday and was recorded in Capitol’s legendary Studio B with a dream team band: Pino Palladino (bass), Kris Bowers (keys), Brad Allen Williams (guitar), and Nate Smith (drums). James h...

  • 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...

  • Paul Thorn

    Paul Thorn came to the GRAMMY Museum on July 16, 2018 to celebrate his album Don’t Let The Devil Ride. After a dozen roots-rock records, illustrious musician Thorn reclaimed his past by celebrating the first music he was ever exposed to. The album combines strong influences stemming from Paul’s l...