Jimi Hendrix performs at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970
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GRAMMY Museum November 2020 Digital Schedule: Jimi Hendrix, Dave Mason, Loudon Wainwright & More
The GRAMMY Museum has announced its programming schedule for November 2020, which includes new and never-before-released digital content and a fresh round of interviews and performances to be added to the recently launched COLLECTION:live, the Museum's official online streaming service featuring an artfully curated collection of newly produced artist interviews, performances and livestreams, as well as special releases from the GRAMMY Museum archive.
On Wednesday, November 18, the GRAMMY Museum will host a livestream event for the exclusive film premiere of Music, Money, Madness … Jimi Hendrix In Maui, a new documentary chronicling the Jimi Hendrix Experience's legendary trip to and performances in Hawaii in 1970. The event will also feature a panel discussion with Billy Cox, Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer and the film's director, John McDermott.
In November, the GRAMMY Museum will also release archival programs in celebration of the Country Music Awards with some of the organization's past country programs as well as the Latin GRAMMY Awards, the latter of which will include a digital exhibit and past Latin artist programs.
The Spotlight Saturdays Series continues with a takeover by the esteemed Capitol Music Group, with an exciting slate of artists to be announced soon.
See below for the GRAMMY Museum's full November 2020 schedule:
Thursday, Nov. 5
All Time Low
Thursday, Nov. 12
Loudon Wainwright, Randall Poster, Stewart Lerman & Vince Giordano
Thursday, Nov. 19
*Archival programs to be released during this month will be in celebration of the Country Music Awards with some of our past country programs and the Latin GRAMMY Awards® with some of our past Latin artist programs.
11/18 – Reel To Reel: Music, Money, Madness … Jimi Hendrix in Maui
Exclusive film premiere & panel discussion with Billy Cox, Janie Hendrix, Eddie Kramer, and Director John McDermott
Tickets on sale Nov. 4
Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover By Capitol Music Group
Artists to be announced soon.
11/6 – Latin GRAMMY®, 20 Years Of Excellence
The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles remains closed until further notice in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Museum's Public Programs digital series features new intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians recorded via digital conferencing.
The Museum continues to release digital educational content and lesson plans as part of the GRAMMY In The Schools Knowledge Bank, continuing its mission of paying tribute to our musical heritage and bringing our community together through music.
COLLECTION:live, the GRAMMY Museum's new official online streaming service, is available for $2.99/month or $29.99/year. GRAMMY Museum members receive 50 percent off the annual subscription price. Proceeds benefit the Museum's music education initiatives and help keep the Museum's mission alive while the physical location remains closed due to COVID-19. The Museum's popular Public Programs series has been recorded over the last decade from the Clive Davis Theater in Los Angeles and has since surpassed the 1,000 program mark since the Museum opened 12 years ago. Proceeds benefit the Museum's music education initiatives.
GRAMMY Museum At Home is made possible with generous support from the Hoesterey Family Charitable Foundation and Brian and Adria Sheth. New programming will be released each month.