Americana

  • Steep Canyon Rangers

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s new Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman caught up with members of the GRAMMY-winning North-Carolina-based band, Steep Canyon Rangers. Steep Canyon Rangers are Asheville, North Carolina’s GRAMMY winners, perennial Billboard chart-toppers, and frequent co...

  • Lucinda Williams

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Lucinda Williams about her new album, Good Souls, Better Angels.

    After more than forty years of music making, the pioneering, Louisiana-born artist, Lucinda Williams, has returned to the gritty blues foundation t...

  • John Prine

    Following the release of his highly-anticipated album, The Tree of Forgiveness, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed multiple GRAMMY Award-winning singer/songwriter John Prine to the Clive Davis Theater on May 16, 2018, for an intimate performance and conversation. Since his career launch in the 1970s, whe...

  • Sarah Jarosz & John Leventhal

    Three-time GRAMMY-winner Sarah Jarosz and her producer John Leventhal about the making of her new album, World On The Ground. Following the discussion, Sarah and John give a virtual performance. World On The Ground is Sarah’s first new solo album in four years. The soulful and gorgeous collection...

  • Secret Sisters

    Laura Rogers and Lydia Slagle of the GRAMMY-nominated duo, Secret Sisters, talk about their latest album Saturn Return, which was produced by Brandi Carlile, Tim Hanseroth and Phil Hanseroth. Named after the astrological occurrence that takes place approximately every 29 ½ years, the album herald...

  • Bear and A Banjo

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with GRAMMY-winning songwriter Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, composer Jared Gutstadt, and actor Dennis Quaid about the making of the project, Bear And A Banjo. Following the discussion, Jared and Poo Bear perform a few...

  • The Avett Brothers

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Seth Avett, Scott Avett, and Bob Crawford of the GRAMMY-nominated group, The Avett Brothers, about the making of their new album, The Third Gleam. Following the conversation, the group performs a couple son...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Brandi Carlile

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile and her collaborators, Tim and Phil Hanseroth, on September 23, 2015 to celebrate the release of their album, The Firewatcher’s Daughter. Since her 2005 self-titled debut, Carlile has teamed with her indispensable collaborators, Tim and ...

  • Larkin Poe

    Larkin Poe visited the GRAMMY Museum on January 22, 2020 to celebrate their first-ever GRAMMY nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album for Venom & Faith. The Georgia-bred, Nashville-based duo's self-produced, chart-topping fourth album was recorded in Nashville in 2018 and reached #1 on Billb...

  • 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...

  • 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 Mavericks

    Born of Cuban-American roots in Miami, the GRAMMY-winning Country, Americana, and Tejano-infused Rock & Roll band comes full circle on their new album, En Español, to mesh their uplifting eclecticism with a collection of their own Spanish language originals, and classic Latin tracks from which th...

  • Dom Flemons

    In 2019, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Dom Flemons to the Clive Davis Theater for an interview and performance. A GRAMMY Award-winner and two-time Emmy Nominee, Flemons is known as “The American Songster,” covering nearly 100 years of American folklore, ballads, and tunes. In 2018, Flemons release...

  • 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 ...

  • Jade Jackson

    Wilderness, Jade Jackson’s second full-length album was produced by Mike Ness of SoCal punk rock band Social Distortion. The album received critical acclaim from the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone Country, and more. Jackson hails from the tiny town of Santa Margarita in central California, wher...

  • Yola

    GRAMMY nominated Yola joined us on October 16th 2019 to discuss her critically acclaimed album, Walk Through Fire. Produced by Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys), the album is a genre-bending release from one of the most powerful emerging British voices in music today. Yola has won supporters includin...