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GRAMMY Museum Will Release New Digital Series Featuring Soul Asylum, Brandy Clark, Echosmith & More
Until its doors reopen, the GRAMMY Museum will launch a new digital series on its website that features artists chatting from their homes via Zoom.
The series, moderated by Scott Goldman, will kick off with GRAMMY-nominated veteran rock band Soul Asylum on April 18 and singer/songwriter Caitlyn Smith on April 20. Other artists who will participate include Brandy Clark, Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon, Ingrid Andress, Echosmith, Kip Moore, Jim Lauderdale, Shinedown and Webb Wilder. The museum said more artists will be announced at a later time.
The GRAMMY museum hosts public programs at its Clive Davis Theater in Los Angeles throughout the year but is currently closed due to COVID-19. Since its closure, the museum has released archival footage on its website featuring artists like Tanya Tucker, Los Tigres del Norte, Common and Courtney Barnett.
In addition, GRAMMY Museum staff have shared daily public playlists for museum-goers and music fans to listen to while quarantined.
Go to the GRAMMY Museum's website for more information on scheduling releases and to watch all-new programming.