Spoon: "Rent I Pay" Performance
GRAMMY winner Ryan Bingham performs an acoustic rendition of "Broken Heart Tattoos" at the GRAMMY Museum.
GRAMMY winner Ryan Bingham discusses the isolated setting where he wrote songs for his 2015 album, Fear And Saturday Night, and why he thinks songwriting is a form a therapy.
Spoon's Alex Fischel, Britt Daniel and Jim Eno discuss their musical influences and current music obsessions at the GRAMMY Museum.
Alternative rock group Spoon perform "Inside Out" at the GRAMMY Museum.
GRAMMY-winning jazz singer Al Jarreau performs a brief set at the GRAMMY Museum, including "My Old Friend," which is featured on his 2014 album, My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke.
GRAMMY-winning jazz singer Al Jarreau discusses his earliest memories of his friendship with the late GRAMMY-winning jazz keyboardist George Duke and performing with Duke's trio in the '60s.
Dirty Heads frontman Jared "Dirty J" Watson and guitarist Dustin "Duddy B" Bushnell recently visited the GRAMMY Museum to discuss the band's latest album, Sound Of Change. The band also performed a brief set, including "My Sweet Summer."