R&B/Soul • 1h 0m
As part of the new “Live From the Vault” series in partnership with Iron Moutain Entertainment Services (IMES), the GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to present never-before-released archived footage from Mavis Staples’ iconic 2010 program at the GRAMMY Museum.
A soul and gospel legend, Mavis Staples discusses her history-making career and critically-acclaimed album, You Are Not Alone, before an intimate audience of 200.
“Live from the Vault” presented by our Official Preservation Partner, Iron Mountain Entertainment Services, gives fans free access inside the vaults of some of the GRAMMY Museum's most memorable programs, featuring artists such as Mavis Staples, Ringo Starr, and more.
Up Next in R&B/Soul
On September 10, 2018, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed R&B recording artist and songwriter Leon Bridges to the Museum for an intimate conversation. In 2015, Bridges’ first album, Coming Home, surprised the music industry by debuting at Number 5 on the Billboard Top 200. In a span of just three yea...
On May 13, 2016, in conjunction with the opening of the GRAMMY Museum's exhibit, Legends of Motown: Celebrating The Miracles, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed the "First Lady of Motown" Claudette Robinson and fellow founding member of The Miracles, Warren "Pete" Moore, to the Clive Davis Theater for an...
With the recent arrival of her debut album missunderstood, Atlanta-based singer/songwriter Queen Naija has cemented her status as one of R&B’s most compelling young stars. Hailed as “the first soul star of the social media generation” by The New York Times, the 25-year-old Detroit native has ...