With a style and sound unlike any other, it was only a matter of time before Post Malone became a household name. Since his breakout track "White Iverson" (4x Platinum), Malone has released hit after hit, including "Congratulations" (4x Platinum), "Go Flex" (Platinum), and "Too Young" (Platinum). The artist has graced 28 different charts, featuring hit tracks "Congratulations" and "White Iverson," which have hovered toward the top of the Top 100 for a combined 60 weeks. His most recent album, Stoney, went Platinum in under two months and has accumulated nearly 3 billion streams worldwide and counting. In addition to his own unique sound, Malone has collaborated on tracks with some of the biggest artists in the world, including Justin Bieber and Pharrell Williams, and has even joined forces with hip-hop icons such as Kanye West and 50 Cent. Even before Malone's incredibly quick rise to stardom, he joined Fetty Wap in 2016 for his Welcome To The Zoo tour and was direct support for Bieber's Purpose tour. Growing up listening to a wide variety of artists like Metallica, Johnny Cash, the Notorious B.I.G., and others, Malone knew he wanted to create music that wouldn't be tied to just one genre. Somewhere along his path, Malone found a way to do this. At a young age, he opted for the less traditional teenage hobby. After trading in "Guitar Hero" for an actual guitar, he began jamming and eventually departed for Los Angeles where he met music duo FKi and started making music. Drawing from folk, hip-hop and even country flairs, Malone has created music that appeals to people of all walks of life. Under Republic Records, Malone dropped his RIAA Platinum-certified debut record, which has consistently landed him on the Billboard 200. Realizing his gift, Malone now has his sight set on taking over the entire music industry. Join GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman in welcoming Post Malone to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation about his rising career and a live performance featuring hit tracks off Stoney.
Spotlight: Post Malone
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Gregg Allman’s Southern Blood serves as a remarkable final testament from an artist whose contributions have truly shaped American music throughout the past four decades. The album marks Allman’s first all-new recording since 2011’s GRAMMY® Award-nominated solo landmark, Low Country Blues. Produced by Don Was and recorded in Muscle Shoals where Duane Allman and the earliest seeds of the Allman Brothers Band were sown, Southern Blood is among the most uniquely personal of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s career. In celebration of Allman’s new album and his legacy, the GRAMMY Museum is pleased to welcome a panel of members, all influential in Allman’s career, to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate evening that will pay homage to the late singer/songwriter through stories and music. Presented by the GRAMMY Museum in conjunction with the Americana Music Association and Rounder Records, the panel will be moderated by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman and will include Michael Lehman, Don Was, Scott Sharrard (guitarist for the band), and Gregg Allman’s son, Devon Allman. Following the panel, Sharrard will perform some of his favorite songs from Allman’s career.
The Lone Bellow burst onto the scene with their self-titled debut in 2013. The Brooklyn-based band quickly became known for their transcendent harmonies, serious musicianship and raucous live performance — a reputation that earned them their rabid fan base. It's been three years since the band's victoriousThen Came The Morning was released. Produced by The National's Aaron Dessner, the album was nominated for an Americana Music Award. The band appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Late Show With David Letterman," "Conan O'Brien Presents: Team Coco," CBS This Morning, "Later...with Jools Holland," and "The Late Late Show With James Corden" in support of the album. In the years since the release, the band left their beloved adopted home of Brooklyn and moved to Nashville. Now, The Lone Bellow is back with Walk Into A Storm, which will be released Sept. 15 on Sony Music Masterworks. Walk Into A Storm was produced by legendary music producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, and more) and features their lead single "Time's Always Leaving." The trio, featuring Zach Williams (guitar/vocals), Kanene Donehey Pipkin (multi-instrumentalist), and Brian Elmquist (guitar), recorded this album in only seven days. The group’s first two albums graced the Billboard 200. In celebration of the release of their new album, the GRAMMY Museum welcomes The Lone Bellow to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation on their new music and rising career, and live performance, hosted by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman.
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