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GRAMMY Museum Launches Spotlight Saturdays Featuring Up-And-Coming Artists
Spotlight Saturdays is part of the Museum's Public Programs digital series, which features intimate sit-down interviews and performances via digital conferencing. Each month will be in collaboration with a label, with the first takeover by Republic Records.
Take a look at the schedule for the August takeover by Republic Records:
8/1 — Kiana Ledé
8/8 — BENEE
8/15 — Conan Gray
8/22 — Duckwrth
8/29 — Jeremy Zucker
The series starts Aug. 1 with platinum-selling artist Kiana Ledé, whose debut album Kiki cracked the Top 5 of the Billbaord Top R&B Albums Chart. Auckland, New Zealand pop star BENEE will enter the spotlight the next Saturday, Aug. 8, followed by Texas singer/songwriter Conan Gray, L.A. wunderkind rapper Duckwrth and New Jersey-native singer/songwriter/producer Jeremy Zucker rounding out the month on subsequent Saturdays.
The GRAMMY Museum has continued its never-before-released Public Programs digital series features, releasing new intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians as well as digital exhibits while the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles remains closed until further notice in light of COVID-19.More August programming to be announced soon.