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I Can See You (Taylor’s Version)

In celebration of Taylor Swift’s history-making six sold-out SoFi Stadium shows in Los Angeles starting this week, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents a special pop-up exhibit, I Can See You...

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Ghost Devotional Pop-Up Confess Your Sins

As Ghost’s September 11-12 headline stand at the Kia Forum looms ever closer, the GRAMMY Museum® in Los Angeles has unveiled the Ghost Devotional Pop-Up. As the faithful await the...

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The Power Of Song: A Songwriters Hall Of Fame Exhibit

For more than 50 years, the Songwriters Hall of Fame has honored and celebrated the greatest songwriters and composers of our time. The GRAMMY Museum®’s The Power of Song: A...

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100 Years Of Peggy Lee

100 Years of Peggy Lee Over the course of seven decades, Peggy Lee redefined the role of the female singer, paving the way for those who followed. In addition to...

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The Rolling Stones 1972: Photographs By Jim Marshall

“Once Jim was in, he was another Stone. He caught us with our trousers down and got the ups and downs. I love his work, which must have been frustrating...

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Bruce Springsteen Live!

For nearly half a century, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have exemplified the crowd-pleasing, soul-shaking, energy-exploding excitement of rock and roll onstage. From an intimate look into Springsteen’s...

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Black Music Is American Music Pop-Up

“So much of what makes our music so beloved, so full of life, and full of soul comes from the singular experience of being Black in America” – Nikole...

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Y Para Siempre… Marco Antonio Solís

With a career spanning more than 40 years, multi-Latin GRAMMY®-winning and GRAMMY-nominated Marco Antonio Solís has established himself as one of Mexico’s most successful artists of all time.To showcase Solís’...

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Marley: A Family Legacy

Marley: A Family Legacy Bob Marley took reggae to its highest heights and was one of the greatest performers the world has ever known. At the peak of his...

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This is Nat King Cole

This Is Nat King Cole will offer a retrospective of Cole’s career, his most significant professional accomplishments, his relationship with Capitol Records, as well as, a glimpse into his personal...

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Fox’s Monarch Pop-Up Exhibit

Monarch is an epic musical drama on FOX about America’s leading family of country music. For a limited time, the GRAMMY Museum® is giving visitors a closer look at the...

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The Power of Women in Country Music

From international superstars including Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash, LeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain, and Taylor Swift to contemporary artists, such as, Mickey Guyton, Rissi Palmer, Leah Turner, and Carly Pearce, the...

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Motown: The Sound Of Young America

Motown: The Sound Of Young America traces the evolution of the label, focusing on its major artists and musical achievements, and explores how the sound of Motown continues to influence...

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Take Me Out To The Ball Game: Popular Music And The National Pastime

Whether it’s the national anthem played before every game, the music ballplayers select to accent their “walk up” to home plate, or the seventh inning stretch when fans sing “Take...

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Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey

Like Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan before him, Bruce Springsteen is a pillar of American music. Springsteen has turned his guitar into an instrument of change, using it...

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This Is Nat King Cole

GRAMMY® winner Nat King Cole is one of the most honored and iconic performing and recording artists of all time. To showcase the Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient’s professional...

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Beyond Black—The Style Of Amy Winehouse

Six-time GRAMMY Award-winner Amy Winehouse has been widely renowned not just as a British music icon and pop royalty, but as a trendsetting fashion influencer. To celebrate the late singer’s...

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FACE THE MUSIC

Music and photography share a common nexus for experiencing feeling and are linked in contextualizing human emotion. During a five-year project led by photographer Richard Ehrlich, these two art forms...

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Cheech & Chong: Still Rollin’—Celebrating 40 Years Of Up In Smoke

On display through summer 2019, the exhibit explores what made the world fall in love with East L.A. native Richard “Cheech” Marin and Canadian Tommy Chong, while chronicling the development...

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Backstreet Boys: The Experience

Backstreet Boys: The Experience captures the spirit of the Backstreet Boys through authentic personal memorabilia, wardrobe, artwork and photography. It will also feature immersive photo and video interactive experiences that...

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The Prison Concerts: Folsom And San Quentin (Jim Marshall’s Photographs Of Johnny Cash)

Widely known as the godfather of music photography, the late Jim Marshall maintained a 50-year career that resulted in more than 500 album covers, an abundance of magazine covers, and...

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Diamond In A Rhinestine World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton

Diamond In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton will offer a retrospective of Parton’s career and most iconic fashion moments. The exhibit will also feature WHIM canvasses now...

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Chasing Trane: John Coltrane’s Musical Journey Transcended

John Coltrane is a towering figure in the history of music. We are thrilled to honor his creative legacy in conjunction with John Scheinfeld’s superb documentary. – GRAMMY Museum Executive...

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25 Years Of Jermaine Dupri And So So Def

“Jermaine Dupri & So So Def: 25 Years of Elevating Culture” will offer an unprecedented look at the label’s musicality, creativity, and signature sound, and will showcase Atlanta’s emergence as...

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The Get Animated Invasion

The GRAMMY Museum® and Warner Bros. have teamed up to present “The Get Animated Invasion,” an interactive exhibit that celebrates the music that generations have come to know and love...

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How Can I Keep From Singing: The Work Of Pete Seeger

The Woody Guthrie Center and the GRAMMY Museum present How Can I Keep From Singing: The Work of Pete Seeger, an exhibit featuring original documents and artifacts from Seeger’s life...

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Bruce W. Talamon: Soul, R&B, And Funk Photographs 1972-1982: A Love Letter To The Music

“I’ve always thought of my photographs as documents that went beyond screaming into a microphone,” Talamon said. “I recognize now that I used my Nikons and Leicas like movie cameras.

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John Lee Hooker: King Of The Boogie

The exhibit will be on display at the GRAMMY Museum L.A. LIVE for a limited time beginning Thursday, March 29 through June 5, 2018. The exhibit will include, among other...

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Katy Perry Frock & Roll: Transforming Music And Fashion

On display on the Museum’s third floor through spring 2018, this one-of-a-kind exhibit will give visitors and fans a unique look at Katy as a fashion icon and global superstar...

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X: 40 Years Of Punk In Los Angeles

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Los Angeles punk rock band X, the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE presents a new exhibit titled X: 40 Years of Punk in...

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Ella At 100: Celebrating The Artistry Of Ella Fitzgerald

The GRAMMY Museum celebrates the life, music and charitable legacy of 13-time GRAMMY-winning jazz singer, and Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Ella Fitzgerald with Ella At 100: Celebrating...

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Marty Stuart’s Way Out West: A Country Music Odyssey

The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE explores the history of country music from the unique West Coast perspective featuring artifacts from the many iconic artists who spent their time...

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Rhymes & Reasons: The Music Of John Denver

John Denver is one of the most beloved voices in American music who truly used his platform as an acclaimed musician for the greater good. Not only an award-winning...

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Sounds Of Africa

“At BET International, we look forward each year to recognizing and applauding the work of the best musical artists from the continent of Africa as a part of the...

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Jim Marshall’s 1967

We are honored to partner with The San Francisco Arts Commission to celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the most vibrant moments in music history — the Summer...

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Legends Of Motown: Celebrating The Miracles

“It is my honor to be recognized by the GRAMMY Museum’s Legends of Motown series. I am very grateful that the GRAMMY Museum has provided a platform for fans...

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Count Basie: The King Of Swing

The Count Basie vaults are filled with a treasure trove of both personal and professional assets, telling the story of the jazz icon. We are thrilled that the GRAMMY...

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Herman Leonard: Documenting The Giants Of Jazz

Featuring more than 30 of Leonard’s portraits from performances, rehearsals, recording sessions and backstage gatherings, Herman Leonard: Documenting the Giants of Jazz features photos ranging from the years 1948...

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The Kingston Trio And The Folk Revival

Curated by the Woody Guthrie Center, the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE, and Kingston Trio Legacy Project, the exhibit traces the Folk Revival era of the early 1960s and...

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RESPECT! OTIS REDDING AND THE REVOLUTION OF SOUL

“My father’s first GRAMMY was awarded at the 11th GRAMMY Awards® in March 1969, almost 47 years ago. To be able to unveil this exhibit, which represents his professional...

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George Carlin: A Place For My Stuff

The GRAMMY Museum commemorates GRAMMY-winning comedian George Carlin. The exhibit marks the third display in the Museum’s comedy series, following previous tributes to Rodney Dangerfield and Joan Rivers. “Ever...

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Legends Of Motown: Celebrating The Supremes

The first of our Legends Of Motown exhibit series opened June 25, 2015. The exhibit gives visitors a one-of-a-kind look at the life and career of one of the...

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Bob Dylan: Photographs By Daniel Kramer

Bob Dylan: Photographs by Daniel Kramer documents Bob Dylan’s metamorphosis from folk musician to rock & roll icon through more than 50 photographs taken by New York-based photographer and film...

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Ravi Shankar: A Life In Music

Ravi was one of a kind. He meant so much to Eastern and Western music and what they could accomplish together. He influenced musicians and touched the lives of...

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KĪ HŌ’ALU: Honoring The Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Tradiiton

“A large part of our mission at the GRAMMY Museum is to honor all genres of music. We are excited to celebrate the diversity and revered history of Hawaiian...

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All Eyes On Me: The Writings Of Tupac Shakur

From his early years as a young writer heavily influenced by his mother, Afeni, to his rise in popularity, Tupac’s strong talent for writing is the spotlight of All...

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The Taylor Swift Experience

Step into the lobby of the GRAMMY Museum and there begins The Taylor Swift Experience. You’ll be immediately greeted with the piano Swift performed on her RED tour and,...

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Joan Rivers: Can We Talk

To celebrate what would have been the late Joan Rivers’ 82nd birthday on June 8, 2015, we opened Joan Rivers: Can We Talk? Taking up just two display cases,...

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Jenni Rivera, La Gran Señora

The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with the family of Jenni Rivera, debuted a new exhibition, Jenni Rivera, La Gran Señora, on May 12, 2013. The exhibit focuses on Rivera...

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Barry White, Unlimited Love

Barry White was a composer, songwriter, producer and had one of the most distinctive voices in music. When you say his name you’d be hard-pressed to follow it with...

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Donna Summer: Four Seasons Of Love

On July 2, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled its latest temporary exhibition Donna Summer: Four Seasons of Love. Located on the Museum’s fourth floor, this unique exhibition offers visitors...

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Pride & Joy: The Texas Blues Of Stevie Ray Vaughan

On June 12, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled Pride & Joy: The Texas Blues of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Located on the Museum’s fourth floor, this one-of-a-kind exhibit offers visitors...

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Lead Belly: A Musical Legacy

On November 16, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum opened Lead Belly: A Musical Legacy to mark the 125th anniversary of the birth of iconic Delta-Blues singer Huddie William Ledbetter, better...

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The Comedic Genius Of Rodney Dangerfield

On November 2, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled The Comedic Genius of Rodney Dangerfield. Located on the Museum’s third floor and curated in conjunction with Joan Dangerfield, Rodney’s widow,...

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All Eyez on Me: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Tupac Shakur

On February 2, the GRAMMY Museum will open its latest exhibit, All Eyez on Me: The Writings of Tupac Shakur which will explore the prolific rapper’s lyrical genius and...

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Blue Note Records: The Finest In Jazz

On display through January 11, 2015, the exhibit features: Original Tape Box From Rudy Van Gelder’s Recording Sessions Handwritten Lyrics Sheet Music From Various Blue Note Artists, Past...

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California Dreamin’: The Sounds Of Laurel Canyon, 1965-1977

The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to present California Dreamin’: The Sounds of Laurel Canyon, 1965 – 1977, an exhibition that opened on May 9, 2014. This exhibition explores the...

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Oh Say Can You Sing: ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ In Popular Music

On Friday, September 12, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled its newest special display, Oh Say Can You Sing: ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in Popular Music. Residing on the Museum’s third...

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Plácido Domingo: A Tenor’s Story

On October 6, 2013, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled Plácido Domingo: A Tenor’s Story. Located on the Museum’s fourth floor, the exhibition offers visitors the unprecedented opportunity to get up...

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Cheap Trick: I Want You To Want Me

On September 12, 2013, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled “Cheap Trick: I Want You to Want Me!” Located on the Museum’s fourth floor in the Mike Curb Gallery, this one-of-a-kind exhibit...

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Pepe Aguilar…La Leyenda Continúa

On May 20, 2014, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled “Pepe Aguilar…La Leyenda Continúa.” Located on the Museum’s third floor, this one-of-a-kind exhibit offers visitors an in-depth look at the iconic career...

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Ringo: Peace & Love

The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Ringo Starr, debuted a major new exhibition, Ringo: Peace & Love on June 12, 2013. This one-of-a-kind, limited-run exhibit offers visitors an unprecedented in-depth...

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John Fogerty: Wrote A Song For Everyone

John Fogerty: Wrote A Song For Everyone is named after his current album Wrote A Song For Everyone (Vanguard Records), hailed by fans and critics alike including a rare 5-star...

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Bob Marley, Messenger

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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story

“360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story” provides an in-depth look at all aspects of Columbia Records’ history and offers a virtual history of the music industry from its infancy, tracing...

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Good Vibrations: 50 Years Of The Beach Boys

On September 18, 2012, The GRAMMY Museum unveiled “Good Vibrations: 50 Years of The Beach Boys.” Located on the Museum’s fourth floor, this one-of-a-kind exhibit will offer visitors an in-depth...

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Bet Awards: Lifetime Achievement Honorees

The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with BET Networks, unveils the BET Awards: Lifetime Achievement Honorees exhibition. Located on the Museum’s third floor, this limited-time display is an extension of the...

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Whitney! Celebrating The Musical Legacy Of Whitney Houston

The GRAMMY Museum, in conjunction with the family of Whitney Houston is pleased to present: “Whitney! Celebrating the Musical Legacy of Whitney Houston.” The exhibition debuted the same week as...

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Golden Gods: The History Of Heavy Metal

The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE, in cooperation with Revolver Magazine, debuted “Golden Gods: The History of Heavy Metal” on April 11, 2012 to coincide with the annual Revolver Golden...

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Pacific Standard Time: Trouble In Paradise: Music And Los Angeles, 1945-1975

On Wednesday, February 22, 2012, The GRAMMY Museum, in conjunction with the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945 – 1980, unveiled “Trouble In Paradise: Music and Los...

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George Harrison: Living In The Material World

The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with the Estate of George Harrison, presents a major new exhibition, “George Harrison: Living in the Material World.” The exhibition opened the week following the...

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Andrea Bocelli: The Story Of A Voice

On Dec. 8, 2011, The GRAMMY Museum, in cooperation with Studiomusica USA, unveiled “Andrea Bocelli: The Story Of A Voice.” Located on the Museum’s fourth floor, this one-of-a-kind, limited-time exhibit...

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Say It Loud: The Genius Of James Brown

“Say It Loud: The Genius of James Brown” focuses on James Brown as the “Godfather of Soul” — blazing a trail in American music by blending gospel, pop, and soul.

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Strange Kozmic Experience

“Forty years later, the music of The Doors, Joplin, and Hendrix still resonate in rock circles and popular culture, an enduring testimony to the power and freedom of 1960s rock,”...

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Making the GRAMMY Museum

From the initial conception of exhibits to the process of collecting artifacts, “Making the GRAMMY Museum” will give an insider’s look at the creation of the world’s newest music museum...

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Defining Dylan

Program Notes This daylong educational symposium explored the diverse musical styles and cultural traditions that have infused Bob Dylan’s oeuvre. Topics addressed included Dylan’s Minnesota roots and Jewish upbringing,...

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Bob Dylan’s American Journey, 1956-1966

Program Notes The GRAMMY Museum co-produced three successful programs in conjunction with the Skirball Cultural Center’s acclaimed exhibit Bob Dylan’s American Journey, 1956-1966. Originally organized by Experience Music...

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