Gavin Rossdale of Bush
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GRAMMY Museum Releasing Archival Never-Before-Seen Content Featuring Bush, The Zombies And More In May
The GRAMMY Museum may be closed, but the music programming continues through its digital program series. In May, museum fans can expect content with their favorite artists, including some never-before-seen content featuring Bush, Trey Anastasio, Claudia Brant with Cheche Alara and Moogie Canazio, Jordan Davis and the Zombies.
The free online programming is a mix of archival programs taped at the GRAMMY Museum's Clive Davis Theater in Los Angeles and its new digital series featuring up close and personal interviews with musicians and artists done via Zoom. See the full schedule below:
DIGITAL PUBLIC PROGRAMS
*a never-before-released Program from the Museum archives
In addition, the GRAMMY Museum will release new content every day: GRAMMY In The Schools Mini-Lessons (Sunday and Tuesday,) Digital Public Program Series (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday) and Digital Exhibit Series (Friday). The museum will continue to release educational content and lesson plans as a part of the GRAMMY In The Schools Knowledge Bank, whose mission is to pay homage to its musical heritage while bringing community together.
On Thursdays, the museum will release programming exclusively for members, including an Album Club, which is an interactive experience similar to a book club, except members listen to music instead of reading books.
If fans are looking for new playlists, the GRAMMY Museum staff is also releasing daily staff-curated playlists. All programming can be found and explored at the GRAMMY Museum's website here.