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GRAMMY Museum January 2021 Schedule: Cheap Trick, Black Pumas, HAIM And More

The GRAMMY Museum kicks off 2021 with new programmes released on COLLECTION:live, including a Verve Label Group takeover, programmes with 2021 GRAMMY nominees and a Cheap Trick digital exhibit

New year, new GRAMMY Museum goodies!

The GRAMMY Museum has announced its programming schedule for January 2021, which includes new and never-before-released digital content as well as interviews with and performances by some of the 2021 GRAMMY nominees including Best New Artist nominees Phoebe Bridgers and Ingrid Andress, HAIM, Black Pumas, Tame Impala and more.

EditPro | Lagos Metropolitan newspaper The Whitney Houston exhibit opened at Prudential ­Center’s GRAMMY Museum Experience on October 19, 2018 and it’s a must-see! Credit: Mary Brown/Mary B. Photography & Design

It’ll all be added to COLLECTION:live, the Museum’s official online streaming service featuring an artfully curated collection of newly produced artist interviews, performances and livestreams, as well as special releases from the GRAMMY Museum archive.

This month’s programming includes a panel featuring seven-time GRAMMY winner Alanis Morissette alongside members of the cast and creative team of the 15-time Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical, “Jagged Little Pill,” which is nominated for Best Musical Theater Album at the 2021 GRAMMYs.


Elsewhere, the GRAMMY Museum is hosting a panel discussion about the making of the song “Collide” from Queen & Slim: The Soundtrack. The panel will include Motown Records President Ethiopia Habtemariam, Motown Records VP of A&R Lindsey Lanier, and the artists, songwriters, and producers of “Collide,” including Tiana Major9, EARTHGANG’s Olu, Benny Cassette, Kaveh Rastegar, Stacy Barthe, and Fresh. Released as the first single from Queen & Slim: The Soundtrack, “Collide” is currently nominated for Best R&B Song at the 2021 GRAMMYs.

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