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  • Brynn Elliott

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with singer-songwriter Brynn Elliott about her new EP, CAN I BE REAL?. Brynn’s new EP CAN I BE REAL? sees her expanding on the thoughtful yet emotionally potent lyricism of her 2018 debut EP, TIME OF OUR LIVES, which f...

  • Alaska

    Equally influenced by Divine and Britney Spears and named after a strain of marijuana, Alaska Thunderfuck is the drag name of Justin Honard, who was born in Erie, Pennsylvania. Alaska, on the other hand, comes from the planet Glamtron and crash-landed on Earth around 2010 when she joined Sharon N...

  • Jujubee

    Jujubee is the stage name of Airline Inthyrath, a professional singer, songwriter, drag performer, makeup artist, and comedian from Boston, Massachusetts.

    Jujubee has released 2 EPs 'good juju : vol. 1' hit #7 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Albums Chart and 'good juju: vol. 2' peaked at #1. S...

  • John Splithoff

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with singer-songwriter John Splithoff about the release of his debut album, All In. Largely built from demos conceived alone in his apartment, Splithoff self-produced All In both at home in New York City, and in...

  • Moby

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with celebrated musician, singer/songwriter, producer, DJ, photographer and activist Moby about his latest album, Reprise, and documentary film, Moby Doc. A multi-platinum, GRAMMY-nominated artist, Moby has cont...

  • Jake Wesley Rogers

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s celebration of Pride Month, rising singer-songwriter Jake Wesley Rogers performs and talks with Moderator Scott Goldman about his brand new single “Momentary,” released for Pride Month, and his breakout single “Middle of Love.” Signed to GRAMMY-nominated hit songwri...

  • Livingston

    Eighteen-year-old pop prodigy Livingston is a self-taught singer, songwriter, producer and engineer from Denton, TX. Throughout his childhood, he struggled to fit in and faced a constant battle to find his place in the world – finally finding the connection and understanding he sought when he pou...

  • The Band CAMINO

    Dubbed "Rock's next big thing" by Billboard, The Band CAMINO writes lovelorn songs about perseverance and personal growth. The group has released three EP's: 2019's tryhard, 2017's Heaven and 2016's My Thoughts On You, featuring an array of anthemic singles that have collectively amassed more tha...

  • Grimes

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Grimes about her latest album, Miss Anthropocene. For the album, Grimes wrote, recorded, performed, produced, engineered and made the art for everything – total DIY as she has been her entire career. The al...

  • Frenship

    On July 31, 2019, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed James Sunderland and Brett Hite of FRENSHIP for a conversation celebrating the release of their debut album Vacation. FRENSHIP, whose brilliant production chops and diverse inspirations color their wide-angle indie-pop songs, garnered multiple gold and...

  • Duncan Laurence

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s celebration of Pride Month, Duncan Laurence talks with Schyler O’Neal from the GRAMMY Museum about his hit single “Arcade,” his debut album, and celebrating music with Pride. Growing up in the tiny Dutch town of Hellevoetsluis, Duncan Laurence discovered the healing...

  • Jordan Suaste

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s celebration of Pride Month, Jordan Suaste talks with Schyler O’Neal from the GRAMMY Museum about his new music, creative process, and celebrating music with Pride. With the arrival of his breakthrough single “Body” and the tracks “Hookup Culture” and “Patience,” 20-...

  • Calum Scott

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Calum Scott talks with the GRAMMY Museum’s Schyler O’Neal about his latest single “Biblical" and celebrating music with Pride. The first single from his forthcoming sophomore album, “Biblical” is the U.K.-based artist’s first new music since...

  • Marina

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter, Marina, about the making of her new album, Ancient Dreams in a Modern Land. Since bursting on to the scene in 2009, Marina has released four UK Top 10 albu...

  • Brynn Cartelli

    Flaunting a skyscraping range, undeniable presence, and eloquent songcraft, Brynn Cartelli tells relatable stories without filter, but with a whole lot of finesse and fire. Long before amassing 20 million-plus streams and receiving acclaim from People, Billboard, and more, she grew up in Longmead...

  • Catie Turner

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with rising singer-songwriter and 2018 fan-favorite American Idol contestant, Catie Turner. Following the conversation, Catie gives a special performance of her brand-new single “Hide & Seek.” Catie Turner first...

  • Gracie Abrams

    Named an artist to watch by Pigeons & Planes, Fader, and iD — and crowned one of seven breakout female musicians by Vogue UK — Gracie Abrams considers herself a songwriter, first and foremost. After writing her first song at the age of eight, she went on to earn a devoted following on the strengt...

  • The Chainsmokers

    On September 29, 2016, the GRAMMY Museum was thrilled to welcome artist/producer duo, The Chainsmokers, for an intimate Q&A and first listen of their new music. Comprising of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, The Chainsmokers are a dominating musical force with a diverse repertoire of songs and a signa...

  • almost monday

    After countless garage jams, D.I.Y. gigs in the back of a surf shop, and innumerable hours writing together, almost monday bottle California sunshine in their funky basslines, ecstatic choruses, and danceable grooves. The San Diego trio—Dawson Daugherty (vocals), Cole Clisby (guitar) and Luke Fab...

  • Faouzia

    When Faouzia steps up to a microphone, a mile-deep delivery emanates from her 5’2” frame lifted by Arabic trills informed from Moroccan heritage, lifelong pop reverence culled during a childhood in Canada, and diligence indebted to over a decade of classical training. This collision of cultures, ...

  • Tori Kelly

    Ahead of her nomination for Best New Artist at the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Tori Kelly visited the GRAMMY Museum on July 29, 2015 to discuss her music and rising career. Hailed as an "Artist to Watch" by Rolling Stone, USA Today and Spin, California-born singer/songwriter Tori Kelly first rose ...

  • Dua Lipa

    Ahead of her nomination and win for Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording at the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards, Dua Lipa visited the GRAMMY Museum on September 28, 2018, to discuss her rising career in music. The conversation was moderated Sam Lansky, author and West Coast Editor at TIME Magazine....

  • Ella Henderson

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with multi-platinum selling, 2x BRIT Award-nominee, Ella Henderson, about the release of her new song “Let’s Go Home Together” with Tom Grennan. 2019 saw the long-awaited comeback of Ella Henderson, as she began releas...

  • Harry Hudson

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    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with singer-songwriter and fast-emerging pop star Harry Hudson about his forthcoming sophomore album, Hey I’m Here For You, out November 20th and his work with ...