The GRAMMY Museum Presents The Drop: Rich Robinson, August 29

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Join Rich Robinson, formerly of The Black Crowes, live at the Clive Davis Theater in downtown Los Angeles at The GRAMMY Museum’s The Drop for an intimate conversation surrounding his new album, Flux, and a special performance on August 29th! Tickets are $20 and will be available HERE starting July 28th.

Before Robinson made it official in 2015 that The Black Crowes, which he and his brother Chris had founded some 25 years ago, were calling it quits, he had already been issuing his own projects for more than a decade. On his own, Robinson explored and nurtured his talents as a songwriter, guitarist, and lead vocalist. His latest album Flux is his most accomplished solo album to date, featuring 13 new songs that draw deeply on his diverse roots and showcases a rich variety of tempos, tones, and guitar tuning.

The GRAMMY Museum Presents The Drop: Mike Posner, August 16

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See Mike Posner live at the Clive Davis Theater in downtown Los Angeles August 16 at 7:30pm for an intimate Mike Posner, At Night, Alone.discussion about his new album At Night, Alone. and his exceptional career, followed by a special performance for The GRAMMY Museum's The Drop. Tickets are $20 and you can get them HERE!

Not only has Posner created hits of his own, but he's also credited for tracks like Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend," Maroon 5's "Sugar," and Labrinth and Emeli Sandé's "Beneath Your Beautiful." At Night, Alone. is deeply personal and introspective. Posner has been praised for his honesty in his new album, having wrote or co-wrote every song.

The Grammy Museum Presents The Drop: Blaqk Audio April 19

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blaqk audio material lp cdBlaqk Audio, the band featuring Davey Havok and Jade Puget of punk-rockers AFI, will appear at The Grammy Museum April 19 for its program “The Drop.”

The electronic duo will perform at the Clive Davis Theater from their upcoming album Material, which is due April 15 (preorder here on LP or CD). They’ll also appear for an intimate conversation.

Tickets are $20, and doors open at 7:30 p.m. Amoeba is proud to be a sponsor of this all-ages show.

The band’s third release is inspired by the likes of Devo, Duran Duran, Erasure, Depeche Mode and Skinny Puppy. The band’s mix of synth pop and industrial sounds can be hear on first single “Anointed”; watch the Tron-inspired video for the track below.

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See Amy Helm at the Grammy Museum Sept. 29

Posted by Amoebite, September 22, 2015 05:10pm | Post a Comment

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The Grammy Museum presents The Drop: Amy Helm on Sept. 29, sponsored by Amoeba.

Helm will appear in downtown Los Angeles at the Clive Davis Theater for a performance and discussion, hosted by Scott Goldman, VP of the Grammy Foundation. Tickets are $20, and doors are at 7:30 p.m.

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The bluegrass-inspired singer/songwriter comes from an estimable pedigree as the daughter of The Band drummer Levon Helm and singer Libby Titus. She has played with her father in the Levon Helm Band and served as a co-producer on his Grammy-winning 2007 album, Dirt Farmer. Now, Levon Helm is a featured drummer on her debut album, Didn’t It Rain, which was released earlier this year. The album features 12 mostly original songs and includes a version of Sam Cooke’s “Good News.”

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The Grammy Museum Presents The Drop: Joy Williams Aug. 19

Posted by Amoebite, August 6, 2015 06:06pm | Post a Comment

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Amoeba is proud to sponsor folk singer Joy Williams at the Grammy Museum Aug. 19 for their live program "The Drop." She’ll appear for an intimate performance and discussion at the museum’s Clive Davis Theatre, starting at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20.

joy williams venusWilliams came into fame as one half of the popular folk-rock duo The Civil Wars. Along with bandmate John Paul White, the band won four Grammy Awards, including Best Country Duo/Group Performance in 2014 for “From This Valley,” from the band’s self-titled album.

That same year, the band broke up. Since then, Williams has returned to her solo career, which began prior to The Civil Wars, with the releases By Surprise (2002), Genesis (2005) and a number of EPs.

Now the singer/songwriter has released a new album called Venus, which came out in June. Williams collaborates on the album with Michael Einziger and Charlie Peacock, among others. Listen to the upbeat “Woman (Oh Mama)” below:

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