It’s one of the most familiar and iconic songs in the history of music, and on Wednesday, some of the people behind “We Are The World” marked the 30th anniversary of the historic recording at the Grammy Museum.
Los Angeles’ bounty of world-class museums means a plethora of opportunities to learn about such subjects as great art, natural history, world music, classic cars and western heritage, among many other topics.
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For anyone who loves music, a trip to the Grammy Museum is a must. Enjoy four floors of interactive exhibits, all detailing the history of popular music and the Grammy Awards themselves.
For the first time in it’s existence, the Grammy Museum is dedicating an exhibit to a drummer.
A tribute to the late Jenni Rivera opens this weekend. The exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles focuses as the singer as the “Diva of Banda.”
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The Grammy Museum, in collaboration with Whitney Houston’s estate, will debut an exhibit Wednesday in honor of the six-time Grammy Award winner.
In honor of Whitney Houston, The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles will feature an exhibit dedicated to the career of the late diva.