Next to Staples Stadium, come here to experience the charm of music. Headphones can be used to listen to American music of different ages, as well as live playing experience of various instruments. The display board inside is very fashionable and suitable for photography.
I had the privilege of attending "An Evening with 2-time GRAMMY winning blues, roots and world music pioneer Taj Mahal" presented by the GRAMMY Museum and American Express. If you don't know who he is, I suggest you visit www.tajblues.com. He's an amazing person and musician, as well as a compelling story teller. AT 71, he's more in demand than ever before having made guest appearances on the Rolling Stones current sold out world tour, to Eric Clapton's latest CD and guitar festival to Jack White, "House's" Hugh Laurie, and Stephen King/T Bone Burnett & John Mellencamp's amazing new musical. He just released his 15-CD Columbia Records box set, which is eligible for this year's GRAMMY Awards, and he currently is in the middle of the World Blues Tour which includes his daughter Deva Mahal.
We spent three hours in the museum - amp; loved every minute of it. I think it will have many Grammy statues pictures. But I was wrong. It's interactive you can go into a small studio and watch examples of famous artists'costumes like Michael Jackson, Beyonce and John Denver. It applies to all types of music love or. We are absolutely not disappointed.
Full of interactive audio exhibits, the museum tracks the history of contemporary American music via it's award winners. My favorite display was on how different genre's of music have been used by different artist to create what we listen and dance to today. I also got a kick out of the collection of costumes worn by Neil Diamond. Don't miss the display on the music of protest and social change.
This place was so amazing I wish we would have gotten there earlier but even with the limited time I was able to fully enjoy all the exhibits Taylor Swift had her own floor!! The Tupac exhibition was also awesome I felt really cool looking at all the history of the Grammy awards and you even get to see real Grammies!! There are also interactive areas for you to play around in!! Loved it!!!
It's great to be able to visit the Grammy Museum by listening to the Grammy List from an early age. Here we can not only see the general situation, history, information and images of the Grammy Awards over the past 50 years, but also understand the history of music development over the centuries.
Far less known than most L.A. museum, this is actually a gem hidden on the side of the L.A. Live complex. Well worth the price of admission!