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2024 Announcements

LOS ANGELES (JULY 9, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PARTNERS WITH HYBE FOR NEW EXHIBIT HYBE: WE BELIEVE IN MUSIC, A GRAMMY MUSEUM EXHIBIT OPENING AUGUST 2

GRAMMY MUSEUM® PARTNERS WITH HYBE FOR NEW EXHIBIT HYBE: WE BELIEVE IN MUSIC, A GRAMMY MUSEUM EXHIBIT OPENING AUGUST 2

EXHIBIT SHOWCASES ARTIFACTS FROM SUPERSTAR HYBE ARTISTS, INCLUDING BTS, SEVENTEEN, TOMORROW X TOGETHER, ENHYPEN, LE SSERAFIM, & MANY MORE

OPENING PROGRAM GLOBAL SPIN LIVE: TWS TO TAKE PLACE AUG. 1

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LOS ANGELES (JUNE 12, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES BLU DETIGER, MAREN MORRIS, AND JEREMY ZUCKER AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 20TH ANNUAL GRAMMY CAMP®

GRAMMY MUSEUM® SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES BLU DETIGER, MAREN MORRIS, AND JEREMY ZUCKER AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 20TH ANNUAL GRAMMY CAMP®

PROGRAM WILL BE IN PERSON AND HELD AT THE VILLAGE RECORDING STUDIOS

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LOS ANGELES (MAY 15, 2024)—WILLIAM BELL, HANSON, ELLE KING, AND MORE ADDED TO THE LINEUP OF PERFORMERS AT THE INAUGURAL GRAMMY HALL OF FAME® GALA ON MAY 21

WILLIAM BELL, HANSON, ELLE KING, AND MORE ADDED TO THE LINEUP OF PERFORMERS AT THE INAUGURAL GRAMMY HALL OF FAME® GALA ON MAY 21

ONLINE AUCTION INCLUDES SIGNED GUITARS FROM TAYLOR SWIFT, JONI MITCHELL, BILLIE EILISH, DUA LIPA, AND MANY MORE

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LOS ANGELES (MAY 8, 2024)—215 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2025 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

215 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2025 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

RECIPIENT, FINALISTS AND SEMI-FINALISTS TO RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT AND RESOURCES PROVIDED BY THE CHUCK LORRE FAMILY FOUNDATION

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LOS ANGELES (APR 25, 2024)—ANDRA DAY, RAVYN LENAE, SHINEDOWN, THE WAR AND TREATY, AND MORE SLATED TO PERFORM AT THE INAUGURAL GRAMMY HALL OF FAME GALA® ON MAY 21 AT THE NOVO THEATER; CBS’ ANTHONY MASON TO HOST

ANDRA DAY, RAVYN LENAE, SHINEDOWN, THE WAR AND TREATY, AND MORE SLATED TO PERFORM AT THE INAUGURAL GRAMMY HALL OF FAME GALA® ON MAY 21 AT THE NOVO THEATER; CBS’ ANTHONY MASON TO HOST

ATLANTIC RECORDS ANNOUNCED AS THE GALA’S FIRST LABEL HONOREE

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 27, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTA KQ ENT. (ATEEZ & XIKERS): A GRAMMY MUSEUM POP-UP OPENING APRIL 10

GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS KQ ENT. (ATEEZ & xikers): A GRAMMY MUSEUM POP-UP opening april 10

pop-up kicks off k-pop-related exhibits and programming over the next TWO YEARS

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 20, 2024)—RECORDINGS BY BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB, DE LA SOUL, GUNS N’ ROSES, LAURYN HILL, CHARLEY PRIDE, AND MORE INDUCTED TO GRAMMY HALL OF FAME®

RECORDINGS BY BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB, DE LA SOUL, GUNS N’ ROSES, LAURYN HILL, CHARLEY PRIDE, AND MORE INDUCTED TO GRAMMY HALL OF FAME®

10 RECORDINGS WILL BE ADDED TO ICONIC CATALOG RESIDING AT THE GRAMMY MUSEUM®

INAUGURAL GRAMMY HALL OF FAME GALA PRESENTED BY CITY NATIONAL BANK AT THE NOVO THEATER WILL TAKE PLACE ON MAY 21

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 5, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® AND RECORDING ACADEMY® CELEBRATE THE RETURN OF THE GRAMMY HALL OF FAME® ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY

GRAMMY MUSEUM® AND RECORDING ACADEMY® CELEBRATE THE RETURN OF THE GRAMMY HALL OF FAME® ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY

INAUGURAL GALA AT THE NOVO THEATER WILL TAKE PLACE ON MAY 21

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LOS ANGELES (FEB 1, 2024)—ANNIE RAY NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2024 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™, PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

ANNIE RAY NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2024 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™, PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

RAY AND NINE FINALISTS WILL RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS, WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT AND RESOURCES PROVIDED BY THE CHUCK LORRE FAMILY FOUNDATION.

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LOS ANGELES (JAN 24, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES 2024 GRAMMY® WEEK PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES 2024 GRAMMY® WEEK PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE GRAMMY MUSEUM FREE-FOR-ALL DAY, PRESENTED BY ROLAND, FEATURING FREE GENERAL ADMISSION, WORKSHOPS AND MORE ON FEB. 2

PLUS OFFICIAL GRAMMY WEEK EVENT HOSTED BY JIMMY JAM TO CELEBRATE THE RENAMING OF THE MUSEUM’S ROOFTOP TO THE RAY CHARLES TERRACE AT THE GRAMMY MUSEUM FEATURING ARTISTS ALOE BLACC, DJ KHALIL AND JAC ROSS ON JAN. 29

INCLUDES CELEBRATING GRAMMY NOMINEE: MADISON CUNNINGHAM PUBLIC PROGRAM ON JAN. 30

GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND PANELS FREE FOR STUDENTS WITH REGISTRATION

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LOS ANGELES (JAN 18, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES STUDENT SHOWCASE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES STUDENT SHOWCASE…

GRAMMY MUSEUM LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAM AT THE GRAMMY MUSEUM ON JAN. 27

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LOS ANGELES (JAN 18, 2024)—GRAMMY MUSEUM FOUNDATION™ RECEIVES $2M DONATION FROM THE RAY CHARLES FOUNDATION

GRAMMY MUSEUM FOUNDATION™ RECEIVES $2M DONATION FROM THE RAY CHARLES FOUNDATION

OFFICIAL GRAMMY® WEEK EVENT HOSTED BY JIMMY JAM TO CELEBRATE THE RENAMING OF THE MUSEUM’S ROOFTOP TO THE RAY CHARLES TERRACE AT THE GRAMMY MUSEUM FEATURING ARTISTS ALOE BLACC AND DJ KHALIL ON JAN. 29

DONATION WILL GO TOWARD SUPPORTING THE MUSEUM’S CAMPAIGN FOR MUSIC EDUCATION

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Previous Years Announcements

LOS ANGELES (DEC 12, 2023)—RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM® HONOR LOCAL TEACHERS AS 2024 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ FINALISTS

RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM® HONOR LOCAL TEACHERS AS 2024 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ FINALISTS

10 MUSIC TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS PROVIDED BY THE CHUCK LORRE FAMILY FOUNDATION, ONE AWARD WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED DURING GRAMMY® WEEK

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LOS ANGELES (NOV 28, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $200,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

GRAMMY MUSEUM® GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $200,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

FUNDS WILL PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR ARCHIVING AND PRESERVATION PROGRAMS AND RESEARCH EFFORTS THAT EXAMINE THE IMPACT OF MUSIC ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

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LOS ANGELES (OCT 2, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES HIP-HOP AMERICA: THE MIXTAPE EXHIBIT PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES HIP-HOP AMERICA: THE MIXTAPE EXHIBIT PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

PRESENTED BY GOOGLE PIXEL, EXHIBIT OPENS OCT. 7 CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIP-HOP THROUGH AN EXPANSIVE AND INTERACTIVE EXPLORATION OF THE GLOBAL IMPACT OF THE GENRE AND CULTURE

SPECIAL OPENING EVENT TO TAKE PLACE OCT. 6, 8 P.M.

NEW ARTIFACTS FROM LIL WAYNE, SAWEETIE, PETE ROCK, AND OTHERS ANNOUNCED; WILL JOIN PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED ARTIFACTS FROM THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G., TUPAC SHAKUR, LL COOL J, AND MANY MORE

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LOS ANGELES (SEP 5, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® AND RECORDING ACADEMY® ANNOUNCE SECOND ANNUAL QUINN COLEMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AIMS TO UPLIFT THE NEXT GENERATION OF BLACK MUSIC CREATORS THROUGH A COMPREHENSIVE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

GRAMMY MUSEUM® AND RECORDING ACADEMY® ANNOUNCE second annual QUINN COLEMAN memorial SCHOLARSHIP

PROGRAM AIMS TO UPLIFT THE NEXT GENERATION OF BLACK MUSIC CREATORS THROUGH A COMPREHENSIVE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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LOS ANGELES (AUG 2, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS I CAN SEE YOU (TAYLOR’S VERSION) (AT GRAMMY MUSEUM)

GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTs I CAN SEE YOU (TAYLOR’S VERSION) (AT GRAMMY MUSEUM)

POP-UP EXHIBIT featuring 13 artifacts OPEN NOW THROUGH SEPT. 18

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LOS ANGELES (JUL 19, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM ® PRESENTS THE ROXY: 50 AND STILL ROCKIN

GRAMMY MUSEUM ® PRESENTS THE ROXY: 50 AND STILL ROCKIN’

EXHIBIT INCLUDES ROXY MEMORABILIA FROM LOU ADLER’S ARCHIVES

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LOS ANGELES (MAY 25, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES GRACIE ABRAMS, G FLIP, MOORE KISMET, PAUL KLEIN FROM LANY, AND LIZZY MCALPINE AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2023 GRAMMY CAMP®

GRAMMY MUSEUM® SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES GRACIE ABRAMS, G FLIP, MOORE KISMET, PAUL KLEIN FROM LANY, AND LIZZY MCALPINE AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2023 GRAMMY CAMP®

PROGRAM WILL BE IN PERSON AND HELD AT USC’S RONALD TUTOR CAMPUS CENTER

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LOS ANGELES (MAY 8, 2023)—212 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2024 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

212 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2024 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

RECIPIENT, FINALISTS AND SEMI-FINALISTS TO RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS, WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT AND RESOURCES PROVIDED BY FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 21, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS ‘THE POWER OF SONG: A SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME EXHIBIT’

GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS ‘THE POWER OF SONG: A SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME EXHIBIT’

Newly expanded EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS iconic american songwriters

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 9, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES SUNDAY BRUNCH WITH…

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES SUNDAY BRUNCH WITH…

JASON MRAZ LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAM SERIES, PRESENTED BY UNION BANK, AT VERSE LA ON APRIL 2

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LOS ANGELES (FEB 16, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

FEATURING CATIE TURNER, CHASE ATLANTIC, DREBAE, IDK, JUSTIN TRANTER, MAJOR., MARQ HAWKINS (DJ CLI-N-TEL), MOORE KISMET, RENFORSHORT

ALL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND PANELS FREE FOR STUDENTS WITH REGISTRATION

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LOS ANGELES (FEB 8, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® CELEBRATES MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS MONTH THIS MARCH

GRAMMY MUSEUM® CELEBRATES MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS MONTH THIS MARCH

INITIATIVES INCLUDE GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST MARCH 6-10, THE LEARNING HUB LAUNCH AND MORE

GRAMMY CAMP® EXPANDS TO 7 DAYS, APPLICATION DEADLINE IS MARCH 31

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LOS ANGELES (FEB 2, 2023)—PAMELA DAWSON NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2023 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™, PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

PAMELA DAWSON NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2023 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™, PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

DAWSON AND NINE FINALISTS WILL RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS, WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT AND RESOURCES PROVIDED BY THE GRAMMY MUSEUM®‘S EDUCATION CHAMPION FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND

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LOS ANGELES (JAN 26, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS SHAKIRA, SHAKIRA: THE GRAMMY MUSEUM EXPERIENCE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS SHAKIRA, SHAKIRA: THE GRAMMY MUSEUM EXPERIENCE

FIRST SHAKIRA EXHIBIT WORLDWIDE EXPLORES HER PATH TO SUPERSTARDOM AND BREAKING BOUNDARIES FOR LATIN ARTISTS

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LOS ANGELES (JAN 23, 2023)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES GRAMMY® WEEK PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES GRAMMY® WEEK PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

INCLUDES CELEBRATING GRAMMY® NOMINEE: MUNI LONG PUBLIC PROGRAM ON JAN. 31

ALL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND PANELS FREE FOR STUDENTS WITH REGISTRATION

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LOS ANGELES (DEC 19, 2022)—RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM® HONOR LOCAL TEACHERS AS 2023 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ FINALISTS

RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM® HONOR LOCAL TEACHERS AS 2023 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ FINALISTS

TEN MUSIC TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS PROVIDED BY FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND, ONE AWARD WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED DURING GRAMMY® WEEK

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LOS ANGELES (NOV 14, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES A NEW YORK EVENING WITH S.G. GOODMAN PRESENTED BY CITY NATIONAL BANK ON DEC. 7

PROGRAM SERIES IS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF NEW YORK

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LOS ANGELES (NOV 3, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS THE ROLLING STONES 1972: PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM MARSHALL

PHOTO EXHIBIT FEATURES THE ROLLING STONES FROM THEIR 1972 U.S. TOUR

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LOS ANGELES (OCT. 27, 2022) – MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ SEMIFINALISTS ANNOUNCED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

A total of 25 music teachers, from 25 cities across 18 states, have been announced as semifinalists for the Music Educator Award™ presented by the Recording Academy® and GRAMMY Museum®. In total, more than 1,205 initial nominations were submitted from 47 states.

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LOS ANGELES (OCT. 12, 2022) – GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL CAMPAIGN FOR MUSIC EDUCATION

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL CAMPAIGN FOR MUSIC EDUCATION

FUNDS RAISED WILL PROVIDE FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL STUDENTS TO THE GRAMMY MUSEUM AND EXPANDED ACCESS TO MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAMS

CO-CHAIRS INCLUDE BILLIE EILISH, DUA LIPA, BRUNO MARS, SHAWN MENDES, AND ROSALÍA

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LOS ANGELES (SEPT. 29, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES A NEW YORK EVENING WITH NOAH CYRUS PRESENTED BY CITY NATIONAL BANK ON OCT. 18

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES A NEW YORK EVENING WITH NOAH CYRUS PRESENTED BY CITY NATIONAL BANK ON OCT. 18

MORE PROGRAMS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF NEW YORK WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON

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LOS ANGELES (SEPT. 7, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN LIVE! INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT GRANTS EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO ONE OF ROCK AND ROLL’S GREATEST PERFORMERS THROUGH 49 YEARS OF INTERVIEWS, ICONIC PERFORMANCES AND ARTIFACTS FROM THE BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN ARCHIVES AND CENTER FOR AMERICAN MUSIC

GRAMMY MUSEUM® AND THE BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN ARCHIVES AND CENTER FOR AMERICAN MUSIC PRESENT BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN LIVE!

INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT GRANTS EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO ONE OF ROCK AND ROLL’S GREATEST PERFORMERS THROUGH 49 YEARS OF INTERVIEWS, ICONIC PERFORMANCES AND ARTIFACTS

MUSEUM INVITES FANS TO SUBMIT VIDEOS AS PART OF AN UPDATED ITERATION OF THE EXHIBIT

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LOS ANGELES (July 21, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® RECEIVES GENEROUS DONATION FROM PREFERRED BANK’S CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER LI YU

GRAMMY MUSEUM® RECEIVES GENEROUS DONATION FROM PREFERRED BANK’S CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER LI YU

DONATION WILL GO TOWARDS THE MUSEUM’S MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAMS

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LOS ANGELES (June 29, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® REFRESHES ON THE RED CARPET EXHIBIT WITH NEW OUTFITS FROM 64TH GRAMMY AWARDS® AND 22ND LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS®

GRAMMY MUSEUM® REFRESHES ON THE RED CARPET EXHIBIT WITH NEW OUTFITS FROM 64TH GRAMMY AWARDS® AND 22ND LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS®

CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY UNTIL SPRING 2023

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LOS ANGELES (June 28, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $200,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $200,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

FUNDS WILL PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR ARCHIVING AND PRESERVATION PROGRAMS AND RESEARCH EFFORTS THAT EXAMINE THE IMPACT OF MUSIC ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

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LOS ANGELES (June 23, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® APPOINTS PAUL DIEN TO VP OF ADVANCEMENT AND PARTNERSHIPS

GRAMMY MUSEUM® APPOINTS PAUL DIEN TO VP OF ADVANCEMENT AND PARTNERSHIPS DIEN ASSUMES ROLE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

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LOS ANGELES (June 21, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES LAUREN SPENCER-SMITH, REYNA ROBERTS AND SILVERSUN PICKUPS AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2022 GRAMMY CAMP®

GRAMMY MUSEUM® SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES LAUREN SPENCER-SMITH, REYNA ROBERTS AND SILVERSUN PICKUPS AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2022 GRAMMY CAMP®

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LOS ANGELES (June 8, 2022)—207 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2023 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

207 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2023 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

RECIPIENT, FINALISTS AND SEMI-FINALISTS TO RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS, WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT AND RESOURCES PROVIDED BY FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND

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LOS ANGELES (May 26, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM®ANNOUNCES NEW YORK CITY PROGRAM SERIES PRESENTED BY CITY NATIONAL BANK

THE SIX-PROGRAM SERIES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF NEW YORK KICKS OFF WITH JON BATISTE AT THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS ON JUNE 17

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LOS ANGELES (APR 21, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS THE POWER OF WOMEN IN COUNTRY MUSIC

NEW EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERSTARS

LEANN RIMES SCHEDULED FOR A SPECIAL PUBLIC PROGRAM TO CELEBRATE EXHIBIT ON MAY 31

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 31, 2022)—STEPHEN T. COX NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2022 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™, PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

COX AND NINE FINALISTS WILL RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS, WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT AND RESOURCES PROVIDED BY THE
GRAMMY MUSEUM®’S EDUCATION CHAMPION FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND

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LOS ANGELES (MAR 3, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES NEW DATES AND LOCATION FOR VIRTUAL GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES NEW DATES AND LOCATION FOR VIRTUAL GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST FEATURING GATEWAYS BRASS COLLECTIVE, JEFF PILSON FROM FOREIGNER, KATIE THIROUX, KID SISTR, MANNY MARROQUIN, MUNA, SWITCHFOOT,

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A GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® SALUTE TO MUSIC EDUCATION BENEFIT CONCERT WITH NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS AT HOUSE OF BLUES LAS VEGAS

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LOS ANGELES (FEB 24, 2022) — GRAMMY MUSEUM® EXPANDS PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL FOOTPRINT WITH TERRACE ADDITION AND NEW DIGITAL EXPERIENCE

GRAMMY MUSEUM® expands its physical and digital footprint with the addition of The Terrace at the GRAMMY Museum event space, previously known as The Terrace at L.A. LIVE and operated by L.A. LIVE, and the relaunch of grammymuseum.org that now offers interactive virtual tours and other features for enhanced guest experiences both online and onsite at the Museum’s L.A. LIVE location in Downtown Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES (FEB 3, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS TWO NEW EXHIBITS: 100 YEARS OF PEGGY LEE AND MARLEY: A FAMILY LEGACY

GRAMMY MUSEUM®—100 Years of Peggy Lee and Marley: A Family Legacy, two new exhibits curated by the GRAMMY Museum® in Los Angeles, celebrate the legacies and careers of two pioneering artists whose impact and influence continue today. 100 Years of Peggy Lee opens Feb. 9 and runs until Sept. 5. Marley: A Family Legacy opens Feb. 9, 2022 and runs until Oct. 16.

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LOS ANGELES (FEB 1, 2022)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® APPOINTS JASEN EMMONS TO CHIEF CURATOR AND VP OF CURATORIAL AFFAIRS

GRAMMY MUSEUM® announced today Jasen Emmons has joined the company as Chief Curator and VP of Curatorial Affairs, effective immediately. In his role, Emmons is the Museum’s creative leader who provides an overarching vision for exhibitions that speak to music’s rich history as a cultural, social and economic change agent.

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LOS ANGELES (DEC. 15, 2021)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES FOUR-DAY VIRTUAL GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST FEATURING GATEWAYS BRASS COLLECTIVE, JEFF PILSON FROM FOREIGNER, JUANES, KATIE THIROUX, KID SISTR, MANNY MARROQUIN, MUNA, SWITCHFOOT, AND GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS®, A SALUTE TO MUSIC EDUCATION BENEFIT CONCERT WITH NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS AT THE NOVO

GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES FOUR-DAY VIRTUAL GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS® FEST FEATURING GATEWAYS BRASS COLLECTIVE, JEFF PILSON FROM FOREIGNER, JUANES, KATIE THIROUX, KID SISTR, MANNY MARROQUIN, MUNA, SWITCHFOOT,

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GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS®, A SALUTE TO MUSIC EDUCATION BENEFIT CONCERT WITH NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS AT THE NOVO

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LOS ANGELES (DEC. 14, 2021)—RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM® HONOR LOCAL TEACHERS AS 2022 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ FINALISTS

RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM® HONOR LOCAL TEACHERS AS 2022 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ FINALISTS

10 MUSIC TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE CASH HONORARIUMS PROVIDED BY FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUND, ONE AWARD WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED DURING GRAMMY® WEEK

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LOS ANGELES (DEC. 9, 2021)—GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS SONGS OF CONSCIENCE, SOUNDS OF FREEDOM RETURN OF INAUGURAL EXHIBIT EXAMINES THE ROLE OF MUSIC IN INFORMING AND INSPIRING SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS THROUGHOUT AMERICAN HISTORY; NEWLY EXPANDED “SOUNDS OF LA” SECTION EXPLORES LOS ANGELES-BASED SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND PROTEST SONGS

GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENTS SONGS OF CONSCIENCE, SOUNDS OF FREEDOM

RETURN OF INAUGURAL EXHIBIT EXAMINES THE ROLE OF MUSIC IN INFORMING AND INSPIRING SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS THROUGHOUT AMERICAN HISTORY; NEWLY EXPANDED “SOUNDS OF LA” SECTION EXPLORES LOS ANGELES-BASED SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND PROTEST SONGS

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LOS ANGELES (NOV. 4, 2021)—THE GRAMMY MUSEUM® IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE BENNETT VANOUDENALLEN OF MOUNT NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL IN CINCINNATI AS THE RECIPIENT OF THE 2021 JANE ORTNER EDUCATION AWARD.

The GRAMMY Museum® is pleased to announce Bennett VanOudenallen of Mount Notre Dame High School in Cincinnati as the recipient of the 2021 Jane Ortner Education Award. The award honors K-12 academic teachers who use music in the classroom as a powerful educational tool. VanOudenallen will receive an honorarium and Mount Notre Dame High School will also receive a grant.

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LOS ANGELES (OCT. 20, 2021)—MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ SEMIFINALISTS ANNOUNCED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND GRAMMY MUSEUM®

A total of 25 music teachers, from 24 cities across 16 states, have been announced as semifinalists for the Music Educator Award™ presented by the Recording Academy® and GRAMMY Museum®. In total, more than 1,135 initial nominations were submitted from 49 states. Nominations for the 2023 Music Educator Award are now open at www.grammymusicteacher.com.

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LOS ANGELES (JUN. 28, 2021)—GRAMMY MUSEUM GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $220,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUNE 28, 2021) — The GRAMMY Museum Grant Program announced today that $220,000 in grants will be awarded to 12 recipients in the United States to help facilitate a range of research on a variety of subjects, as well as support a number of archiving and preservation programs.

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LOS ANGELES (JUN. 22, 2021)—GRAMMY MUSEUM AND RECORDING ACADEMY ANNOUNCE QUINN COLEMAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND TO ELEVATE A NEW GENERATION OF BLACK MUSIC CREATORS

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUNE 22, 2021) — The GRAMMY Museum and the Recording Academy have announced today, in celebration of Black Music Month, a new multi-year scholarship and internship program. The objective is to elevate a new generation of Black music creators through a career development program for college students that will begin in 2022.

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LOS ANGELES (JUN. 10, 2021)—GRAMMY MUSEUM SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES ALL TIME LOW, ECHOSMITH, AND THE WAR AND TREATY AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2021 VIRTUAL GRAMMY CAMP

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUNE 10, 2021) — The GRAMMY Museum announced today that 81 talented high school students from 67 U.S. cities across 17 states have been selected as participants in the 17th annual GRAMMY Camp program.

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LOS ANGELES (JUN. 8, 2021) — 219 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2022 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY AND GRAMMY MUSEUM

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUNE 8, 2021) — A total of 219 music teachers from 204 cities have been announced as quarterfinalists for the Music Educator Award presented by the Recording Academy and GRAMMY Museum. In addition to our quarterfinalists, 189 legacy applicants from 2021 will also be eligible to win the award this year.

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LOS ANGELES (APRIL 27, 2021) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES REOPENING ON MAY 21

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (APRIL 27, 2021) — The GRAMMY Museum will reopen its doors to the public after its closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Fri, May 21. Museum members will have special preview days the prior weekend on Sat, May 15 and Sun, May 16.

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LOS ANGELES (APRIL 8, 2021) – NETFLIX IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GRAMMY MUSEUM PRESENT MA RAINEY: MOTHER OF THE BLUES

LOS ANGELES, CA (APRIL 8, 2021) – In celebration of the Golden Globe and SAG Award-winning film, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Netflix in partnership with the GRAMMY Museum present Ma Rainey: Mother of the Blues, a half-hour television special about the music icon and trailblazer. Airing on Monday, April 12th at 7:00pm PT on KCBS in Los Angeles.

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LOS ANGELES (March 30, 2021) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES 2021 GRAMMY CAREER DAY EVENTS STARTING APRIL 7

The GRAMMY Museum announced today that eight GRAMMY Career Day events will take place Wednesdays at 3 p.m. PT from April 7 to May 26.

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LOS ANGELES (MAR. 11, 2021) — JEFFREY MURDOCK NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2021 MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD, PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY AND GRAMMY MUSEUM

Jeffrey Murdock of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark., is the recipient of the 2021 Music Educator Award presented by the Recording Academy and GRAMMY Museum.

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LOS ANGELES (FEB. 09, 2021) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES GRAMMY IN THE SCHOOLS FEST

Beginning Monday, March 8, 2021, GRAMMY In The Schools Fest (GITS Fest) is a four-day virtual festival celebrating music and music education during the week leading up to Music’s Biggest Night — the GRAMMY Awards.

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LOS ANGELES (FEB. 04, 2021) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES LIVE FROM THE VAULT DIGITAL SERIES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH IRON MOUNTAIN

The GRAMMY Museum announced today a new Live From The Vault series in partnership with Iron Mountain Entertainment Services (IMES), a division of Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM), the storage and information management services company.

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LOS ANGELES (NOV. 30, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM PRESENTS MOTOWN: THE SOUND OF YOUNG AMERICA EXHIBIT UPON REOPENING

The GRAMMY Museum®’s physical location still remains closed due to COVID-19, but has announced upon reopening a new exhibit, Motown: The Sound Of Young America, presented by City National Bank.

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LOS ANGELES (SEPT. 23, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES 2020 GRAMMY CAREER DAY EVENTS STARTING SEPT. 24

The GRAMMY Museum announced today that eight GRAMMY Career Day events will take place Thursdays at 3 p.m. PT from Sept. 24 to Nov. 19. The education program will be hosted virtually via digital conferencing for the first time.

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LOS ANGELES (SEPT. 10, 2020) — BILLIE EILISH AND FINNEAS SET TO APPEAR ON GRAMMY MUSEUM’S NEW OFFICIAL ONLINE STREAMING SERVICE COLLECTION:LIVE™. LAUNCHES SEPT. 17.

The GRAMMY Museum® announced today that Billie Eilish and FINNEAS are set to appear on COLLECTION:live™, the Museum’s official online streaming service featuring newly produced artist interviews, performances and livestreams, as well as special releases from the GRAMMY Museum archive.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUL. 23, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM RESTRUCTURES ORGANIZATION TO EXPAND MUSIC EDUCATION AND DIGITAL INITIATIVES; ADDS THREE KEY LEADERSHIP ROLES

The GRAMMY Museum today announced a senior staff reorganization, including the creation of three key senior leadership positions: Vice President of Finance and Administration; Vice President of Education for GRAMMY In The Schools®; and Vice President of Artist Relations, Programs, and Content.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUL. 09, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES VIRTUAL MENTORSHIP MONDAY PROGRAM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GRAMMY U AND REACH HIGHER

The GRAMMY Museum announced today a new Mentorship Monday program in partnership with GRAMMY U® and former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher initiative.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUN. 16, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $200,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

The GRAMMY Museum Grant Program announced today that $200,000 in grants will be awarded to 13 recipients in the United States to help facilitate a range of research on a variety of subjects, as well as support a number of archiving and preservation programs.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUN. 11, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES KAT CUNNING, MOON TAXI, OK GO, TIM LOPEZ AND TOM HIGGENSON FROM PLAIN WHITE T’S, AND BRYCE VINE AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2020 VIRTUAL GRAMMY CAMP®

The GRAMMY Museum announced today that 84 talented high school students from 63 U.S. cities across 19 states have been selected as participants in the 16th annual GRAMMY Camp® program.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (MAR. 18, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM TO DEBUT NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED DIGITAL PUBLIC PROGRAMS SERIES, DIGITAL EXHIBIT SERIES, AND EDUCATIONAL CONTENT DURING MUSEUM COVID-19 CLOSURE

For the first time, The GRAMMY Museum® will debut never-before-released digital Public Programs from their archive while the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles is closed until further notice in light of COVID-19.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (FEB. 25, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM PRESENTS 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 and personal achievements, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents This Is Nat King Cole, which will bookend his centennial celebration.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Jan. 15, 2020) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES CELEBRATING GRAMMY NOMINEES PUBLIC PROGRAM SERIES AND COMMUNITY EVENTS DURING GRAMMY WEEK AT GRAMMY MUSEUM L.A. LIVE

The GRAMMY Museum® announces Celebrating GRAMMY Nominees Public Program Series and community and education events at the Museum during GRAMMY® Week. More information listed below.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (DEC. 19, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM PRESENTS BEYOND BLACK — THE STYLE OF AMY WINEHOUSE

Six-time GRAMMY® winner Amy Winehouse has been widely renowned not just as a British music icon and pop royalty, but as a trendsetting fashion influencer. To showcase the late singer’s iconic outfits, as well as never-before-seen handwritten lyrics, journal entries and other reflections from her family’s personal archive, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents Beyond Black — The Style Of Amy Winehouse, which will be the first-ever Winehouse exhibit in the United States. The exhibit will open on Jan. 17, 2020 and will run through April 13.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (NOVEMBER 21, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES WALK, DON’T RUN: 60 YEARS OF THE VENTURES

Sixty years after the release of their first hit, “Walk, Don’t Run,” the Ventures are considered the most influential, best-selling instrumental band in rock and roll history. To showcase the group’s impact on pop culture, guitar players, and their worldwide fan base, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly announces Walk, Don’t Run: 60 Years Of The Ventures, a new exhibit showcasing original items from the group’s six-decade career including instruments, tour programs, never-before-seen photos, vinyl, and more. The exhibit will open on Dec. 7, and will run until Aug. 3, 2020.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (OCT. 21, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM PRESENTS LATIN GRAMMY, 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN COLLABORATION WITH THE LATIN RECORDING ACADEMY

To celebrate the milestone 20th anniversary of the Latin GRAMMY Awards® , the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents Latin GRAMMY® , 20 Years Of Excellence. On Nov. 18, the Museum will kick off the opening of the new Latin music exhibit and its new third floor with a full day of programming, including an education program for students, live performances, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy® and Michael Sticka, President of the GRAMMY Museum, along with prestigious Latin artists and personalities. The evening event is free, including entry to the Museum, and is open to the public on a special first-come, first-served basis. The exhibit will run through spring 2020.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (OCTOBER 17, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES HEATHER MOORE AS 2019 JANE ORTNER EDUCATION AWARD RECIPIENT

The GRAMMY Museum® is pleased to announce Heather Moore of Arcadia High School in Arcadia, California, as the recipient of the 2019 Jane Ortner Education Award. The award honors K-12 academic teachers who use music in the classroom as a powerful educational tool. Moore will receive an honorarium and will be recognized later this year at a special GRAMMY Museum event in Los Angeles. Arcadia High School will also receive a grant.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Oct. 7, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF GRAMMY CAMP MIAMI

The GRAMMY Museum® announced today the launch of GRAMMY Camp® Miami, presented by Royal Caribbean International, in summer 2020. The annual signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students will be held in Los Angeles from Tuesday, July 14–Saturday, July 18, 2020, at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, followed by the first-ever camp in Miami, from Tuesday, July 28–Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020, at the Royal Caribbean Entertainment Studios on Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (August 22, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES FACE THE MUSIC NEW EXHIBIT FEATURES 41 LEGENDARY MUSICIANS PHOTOGRAPHED BY RICHARD EHRLICH

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 came together in a unique and moving way and aimed to redefine the profound and transcendent influence music has on human emotion through facial expression. Ehrlich accomplished this by capturing close-up facial expressions of artists listening to their favorite songs as seen in his photography book Face The Music published by Steidl. To showcase these portraits, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly announces Face The Music, a new photography exhibit showcasing 41 legendary musicians including Dee De Bridgewater, Michael Bublé, Kenny Burrell, Sheryl Crow, Gustavo Dudamel, Quincy Jones, Iggy Pop, RZA, Esperanza Spalding, Ringo Starr, and many more. The exhibit will open to the public on Sept. 12 and will run through Jan. 6, 2020.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (July 30, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM PROMOTES MICHAEL STICKA TO PRESIDENT AS THE MUSEUM CONTINUES TO SEE STRONG GROWTH IN ATTENDANCE, MEMBERSHIP, AND DONATIONS

The GRAMMY Museum® announced today the promotion of Michael Sticka to President of the GRAMMY Museum, with a contract that extends through 2022. As President, Sticka will continue to lead the Museum’s growth and sustainability strategy as an independent nonprofit arts organization and oversee all aspects of Museum operations, including curatorial, development, marketing, grants and awards, public and education programs, and more.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (July 18, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM ANNOUNCES JERRY WEINTRAUB PRESENTS…

One of the key players behind the most memorable concert tours of the 1970s, Jerry Weintraub (and Concerts West) recognized the potential for great artists to play for larger audiences and to create one-of-a-kind events.. Weintraub worked with artists such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, John Denver, The Carpenters, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Rick James, Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, The Commodores, the Bee Gees, The Moody Blues, The Eagles, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney. To showcase Weintraub’s business acumen, moxie, and sense of showmanship during his decades focusing on artist management and concert promotion, the GRAMMY Museum® , with support from the Weintraub Family Foundation, proudly announces Jerry Weintraub Presents…, a new exhibit showcasing original items from Weintraub’s most notable tours, including personalized jackets, tour documents, contracts, and more. The exhibit will open on August 15, when Jerry’s son, Michael Weintraub, Bob Finkelstein (Former President of Management 3 and Concerts West and Co-Chairman of Frank Sinatra Enterprises), John Meglen (Co-CEO Concerts West), Claire Rothman (General Manager and Vice President of the Forum), Sims Hinds (Tour promoter for John Denver, Neil Diamond, The Eagles and The Beach Boys) and Peter Jackson (Tour Management for The Moody Blues and Eric Clapton) will discuss the stories behind this exhibit moderated by music industry analyst and critic, Bob Lefsetz, at the Clive Davis Theater. The exhibit will run through early December 2019.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JULY 10, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM GRANT PROGRAM AWARDS $200,000 FOR MUSIC RESEARCH AND SOUND PRESERVATION

The GRAMMY Museum® Grant Program announced today that $200,000 in grants will be awarded to 15 recipients in the United States to help facilitate a range of research on a variety of subjects, as well as support a number of archiving and preservation programs. Research projects include work on musical anhedonia, musical training’s relationship to complex memories, and the relationship between cognitive function and singing accuracy. Preservation projects include the archiving of uncirculated John Hartford jam tapes, 960 audio reels of Cajun and zydeco artists, and 221 rare interview recordings with African-American actors, performers, composers, musicians, and scholars, among many other preservation projects.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (May 15, 2019) — GRAMMY MUSEUM SELECTS STUDENTS AND ANNOUNCES THE HEAD AND THE HEART AND JOJO AS GUEST ARTISTS FOR 2019 GRAMMY CAMP LOS ANGELES

The GRAMMY Museum® announced today that 90 talented high school students from 74 U.S. cities across 23 states have been selected as participants in the 15th annual GRAMMY Camp® program, and The Head And The Heart and JoJo will be this year’s guest artists. The signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students will be held in Los Angeles from Tuesday, July 23–Saturday, July 27, 2019, at the University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (MARCH 6, 2019) — Backstreet Boys: The Experience

The Backstreet Boys have proven to be one of the most successful groups in music history during their nearly three decade career, making them one of pop’s most influential performers. To celebrate the group’s career, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents Backstreet Boys: The Experience, a one-of-a-kind fan experience that opens to the public on Wednesday, April 10 and runs until Sept. 2, 2019.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (FEB. 6, 2019) — 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 Me Out To The Ball Game,” music is an integral part of the baseball experience. To celebrate the soundtrack of our national pastime, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents Take Me Out To The Ball Game: Popular Music And The National Pastime. The exhibit will open on March 14, when Bob Santelli, Founding Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum and the exhibit’s curator, will discuss the history of music in baseball with Barry Zito at the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater as part of the Museum’s Public Programs. The exhibit will run through baseball season until fall 2019.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Jan. 30, 2019) — GRAMMY Museum Announces To Community Events To Be Held At GRAMMY Museum L.A. LIVE During GRAMMY Week

The GRAMMY Museum® announces community events at the Museum during GRAMMY® Week starting with a Backstage Pass With Marsha Ambrosius and A Celebration Of Women And Music with Linda Perry on Monday, Feb. 4; Music Industry Panel on Tuesday, Feb. 5; Hawaii Education Program and Empowered: LGBTQ + Voices In Music Panel on Wednesday, Feb. 6; and Mississippi Education Program and a Make A Wish Foundation Interactive Visit on Thursday, Feb. 7. More information listed below.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Jan. 23, 2019) — Diamond In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton

Eight-time GRAMMY® winner, Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and Oscar-nominated artist Dolly Parton has been widely renowned as not just a music legend, but a fashion icon. To showcase iconic costumes and pieces from her personal archive, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents Diamond In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton presented by City National Bank, which will be the first exhibit Parton has had in the United States outside of her Tennessee theme park Dollywood. The exhibit will open on Feb. 4, when Parton will discuss stories and the history behind these costumes at the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater as part of an exclusive Town Hall Program. The exhibit opens to the public on Feb. 5 and will run through March 17. Additionally, Parton will be honored at the 2019 MusiCares® Person of the Year tribute on Friday, Feb. 8. The tribute will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center two nights prior to the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards®.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Oct. 3, 2018) — 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 some of the most celebrated images in blues, jazz, country, and rock and roll, including those from Johnny Cash’s notable Folsom and San Quentin prison concerts. To showcase these powerful snapshots of a legendary musician by a legendary photographer, the GRAMMY Museum® proudly presents The Prison Concerts: Folsom And San Quentin (Jim Marshall’s Photographs Of Johnny Cash), a new exhibit showcasing Marshall’s photos from Cash’s historic prison concerts in 1968 and 1969 featured in the art book Johnny Cash At Folsom & San Quentin. The exhibit will open on Oct. 23, when Amelia Davis, Jim Marshall’s longtime assistant and the sole beneficiary of his estate; John Carter Cash, Johnny Cash’s son; and Scott Bomar, author of Johnny Cash At Folsom & San Quentin; will discuss the stories behind these photographs at the Clive Davis Theater as part of the Museum’s An Evening With program moderated by GRAMMY Museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman. The exhibit will run through February 2019.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (SEPT. 18, 2018) — GRAMMY Museum Expands Executive Leadership Team As Milestone 10th Anniversary Approaches

The GRAMMY Museum® has expanded its executive leadership team and appointed Michael Sticka as Executive Director, responsible for the organization’s strategic direction and leading all aspects of operations, including curatorial, development, marketing, grants and awards, public and education programs, and more. Previously, Sticka served as Controller and Senior Director of Finance and Administration and was critical in overseeing the Museum’s integration with the GRAMMY Foundation® in 2017, as well as designing and managing a strategic plan for the combined organization’s future.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AUGUST 1, 2018) — 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 from Warner Bros. iconic animation shorts and films. Warner Bros. has a long history of invading pop culture though music, from popularizing classical compositions to creating mainstream hits that stand the test of time; the latest of which is the animated feature “Smallfoot,” featuring an all-star voice cast and original music including a new song from Niall Horan. The pop-up exhibit will take over the GRAMMY Museum’s second floor, Aug. 18–Sept. 9, 2018, making this Get Animated’s second pop-up exhibit following their inaugural invasion in New York last fall.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JUNE 23, 2018) — The Psychedelic Art of The Summer of Love

The GRAMMY Museum® has teamed up with Andaz West Hollywood, the most iconic music hotel on the famed Sunset Strip, to showcase never-before-seen 1960s Summer of Love-era posters for “The Psychedelic Art of The Summer of Love” Salon exhibit launching at the hotel on Wednesday, July 25. The exclusive collection will be on display and open to the public at no charge through Sept. 30, 2018, and will feature 17 original posters from notable 1960s visual psychedelic artists, including Wes Wilson, Bonnie MacLean, Jim Blashfield, Greg Irons, and Stanley Mouse. The Summer of Love Salon Art Exhibit will be unveiled through a kick-off event at Andaz West Hollywood on July 25 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (APRIL 10, 2018) — Cheech & Chong: Still Rollin’—Celebrating 40 Years Of Up In Smoke

GRAMMY® -winning comedy duo Cheech & Chong will be the subject of a new exhibit opening at the GRAMMY Museum® on 4/20. Titled Cheech & Chong: Still Rollin’— Celebrating 40 Years Of Up In Smoke, the exhibit is curated in collaboration with GRAMMY-winning producer Lou Adler, who uncovered the legendary duo, produced many of their albums, and directed the film.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (OCT. 26, 2017) — DEEP HEART: Roots, Rock & The Music Of Carlos Vives

The GRAMMY Museum® L.A. LIVE and Bulova are pleased to present DEEP HEART: Roots, Rock & The Music Of Carlos Vives, a new exhibit opening Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. On the night of the opening, Carlos Vives will visit the GRAMMY Museum to participate in its popular “An Evening With” public program series featuring an intimate performance and Q&A hosted by David Fricke, senior writer at Rolling Stone and the host of “The Writer’s Block” on SiriusXM Radio.

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SAN JOSE, CALIF. (SEPT. 28, 2017) — Cisco, Good Life Foundation Pledge $100,000 to Fund GRAMMY Signature Schools

Cisco and the Good Life Foundation – the charitable organization founded by GRAMMY®- nominated band OneRepublic – are supporting music education across the country by awarding $5,000 grants to 20 public high school music education programs demonstrating significant need.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (June 22, 2017) — Expanded – X: 40 Years of Punk in Los Angeles

The GRAMMY Museum® is pleased to announce its plans to expand the forthcoming exhibit celebrating the 40th anniversary of seminal L.A. punk rock band X. Previously set to open on June 30, 2017, on the Museum’s fourth floor, X: 40 Years of Punk in Los Angeles will now be displayed on the second floor in the Museum’s Special Exhibits Gallery, opening Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. With more artifacts and space than previously planned, the exhibit will give visitors a glimpse into how X’s four original members – Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Billy Zoom, and DJ Bonebrake – quickly established the band as one of the best in the first wave of L.A.’s flourishing punk scene.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (April 20, 2017) — Monterey International Pop Festival: Music, Love, and Flowers, 1967

The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE, in collaboration with Lou Adler, GRAMMY® -winning producer and co-founder of the Monterey International Pop Festival, will present a new exhibit titled Monterey International Pop Festival: Music, Love, and Flowers, 1967. The exhibit will explore how music became the counterculture’s most significant cultural expression in 1967, and the three days in mid-June when thousands of youth flocked to the Bay Area for the Monterey Pop Festival.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (March 8, 2017) — GRAMMY Museum Acquires DW Drums Played During Bruno Mars’ Prince Tribute On 59th GRAMMYs

The GRAMMY Museum® has acquired the five-piece DW Drums Collector’s Series® drum kit played during GRAMMY® winner Bruno Mars’ tribute to the late GRAMMY-winning icon Prince on the 59th GRAMMY Awards® on Feb. 12, 2017 at STAPLES Center. The five-piece set was donated to the Museum’s permanent collection by Oxnard, California-based, drum manufacturers, DW Drums, and is now on display in the Museum’s lobby.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (FEB. 27, 2017) — Pete Seeger And The Power Of Song: Tribute To A Folk Legend

The Kennedy Center, in collaboration with the GRAMMY Museum® in Los Angeles, announces Pete Seeger and the Power of Song: Tribute to a Folk Legend, on Saturday, April 15, 2017 at 8 p.m. in the Concert Hall. This one-night-only event will celebrate the artistry and lasting influence of GRAMMY® -winning American folk icon Pete Seeger with some of yesterday and today’s most beloved artists performing his memorable classics. The musical evening will feature GRAMMY winners Rosanne Cash, Judy Collins, and Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey (of Peter, Paul & Mary), along with Tony Trischka and Josh White Jr. Artists are subject to change.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Jan. 26, 2017) — Jim Marshall’s 1967

The GRAMMY Museum® will celebrate one of the most pivotal years in music — and the photographer who captured it — with a special limited showing of Jim Marshall’s 1967. Organized by The San Francisco Arts Commission in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love, the exhibition will feature a selection of 60 images from the thousands Jim Marshall took while he documented history in the making. This special exhibition will be on display through May 14, 2017.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Jan. 9, 2017) — GRAMMY Museum China Announcement

The GRAMMY Museum® , The Recording Academy® , Beijing SEEC Culture Media Co., Ltd., Sanya Municipal People’s Government, and China Music Vision announced today their partnership to develop the first-ever GRAMMY Museum in China, expected to open within the next three years. The announcement was made during a ceremony in Beijing that was attended by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, Deputy Executive Director Rita George, the Mayor of Sanya Mr. Yanjun WU, SEEC CEO Boming WANG and President Li WANG, and China Music Vision CEO Mingzhang SUN and Director Ling YAN.

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