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  • 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....

  • 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 ...

  • NJOMZA

    German-born, Chicago-raised, Los Angeles-based artist NJOMZA seamlessly blends modern pop sparkle with R&B intimacy. Her path through music has been rare: honing her studio chops with Mac Miller as her mentor, and flexing her songwriting prowess by cowriting Ariana Grande’s biggest hits to date (...

  • Olivia Rodrigo

    Singer/songwriter Olivia Rodrigo has made a monumental debut with her record-breaking new original single, “drivers license,” available via Geffen Records. The stunning and emotive piano-driven track debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, holding the top spot for the third week in a row.

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  • All Time Low

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    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with All Time Low about their latest album, Wake Up, Sunshine. All Time Low went back to the basics (and the basement) for Wake Up, Sunshine. Throughout 2019, t...

  • MisterWives

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Mandy Lee of the indie-pop group, MisterWives, about their new album, SUPERBLOOM. Released this summer, the 19-track epic is an intensely personal reflection on growth in unexpected places, marking a moment...

  • Madison Cunningham

    GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter and guitarist Madison Cunningham’s new covers EP, Wednesday, features covers of songs by Radiohead, John Mayer, Tom Waits and The Beatles. The Orange County, CA native has performed as a duet partner with Punch Brothers’ Chris Thile on APM’s “Live From Here,” an...

  • HAIM

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Alana, Danielle, and Este Haim about their new album, Women In Music Pt. III,. Since making their debut with 2013’s widely praised Days Are Gone, GRAMMY-nominated HAIM have embraced an undeniable abandon in...

  • JP Saxe

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s new Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talked with critically-acclaimed, rising singer-songwriter, JP Saxe. Following the conversation, JP performed a couple of his songs exclusively for the GRAMMY Museum. At the start of 2020, JP released his highly a...

  • Sam Fischer

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Sam Fischer about the success of his song “This City,” and about his new project, “Homework.” Beginning as a TikTok sensation, the emotive and heartfelt song “This City” quickly cemented itself in hearts an...

  • 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...

  • ABIR

    Hailed as one of the most promising young artists on the music scene today, ABIR is boldly redefining perceptions of what it means to be an Arab woman in the modern world. Born in Morocco and raised in the U.S., the New York City-based singer first showcased her hypnotic vocal work and extraordin...

  • Jasmine Thompson

    Jasmine Thompson grew up in central London where her family of four lived in a modest two bedroom flat. After her parents divorced, Jasmine saw her mother working as many as four jobs at a time but always prioritizing her kids’ creative development, even buying a second-hand green screen for Jasm...

  • Jeremy Zucker

    Growing up in suburban New Jersey, 24-year-old singer, songwriter and producer Jeremy Zucker has always been surrounded by music. In 2015, he released his first EP as a freshman at Colorado College pursuing a degree in Molecular Biology, and by 2017 he had signed a major-label record deal. Since ...

  • James Blake

    In 2019, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed James Blake for a conversation about his newest album, Assume Form. After the colossal success of his first three albums, James Blake has reinvented his entire artistic process and managed to produce the best work of his career so far. The stunning Assume Form,...

  • Weird Al Yankovic

    As pop music's premiere satirist, "Weird Al" Yankovic has been a consistent and potent force in the musical landscape for over four decades. He is the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time, and his hit singles and pioneering music videos such as Eat It, Amish Paradise and White & Ne...

  • Ben Platt

    On July 25, 2019, GRAMMY, Tony, and EMMY Award-winning vocalist, actor, and performer Ben Platt celebrated the release of his full-length debut album, Sing To Me Instead, at the GRAMMY Museum. Platt broke through to superstar status as Evan Hansen in the critically acclaimed musical, Dear Evan Ha...

  • Ellie Goulding

    Ellie Goulding talks about the recent release of her fourth studio album, Brightest Blue. Following the conversation, Ellie performs a few songs from the critically acclaimed album. Ellie’s incredible career to date has seen her receive two GRAMMY Award nominations, a Golden Globe nomination, two...

  • SuperM

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with chart-topping K-pop supergroup SuperM about the making of their first full-length album, Super One. SuperM brings together seven outstanding artists: SHINee’s Taemin, EXO’s Baekhyun and Kai, NCT 127’s Taeyo...