Entertainment Juice WRLD & Pearl Jam Virtual Programs Lead Grammy Museum October Lineup

23:36  01 october  2020
23:36  01 october  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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The Grammy Museum will have virtual programs in October focused on two recent albums: Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die and Pearl Jam’s Gigaton.

The Juice WRLD program, set for Oct. 8, will consist of a conversation with Nick Mira and Max Lord, who were among the album’s producers, as well as Manny Marroquin, Dorien Theus and Lil Bibby. Legends Never Die entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1 with 497,000 equivalent units. It remained on top for a second week before being dislodged by Taylor Swift’s Folklore.

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The Pearl Jam program, set for Oct. 22, will feature a conversation with the album’s producer Josh Evans and PJ bassist Jeff Ament. Gigaton debuted and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200.

Another program of note, set for Oct. 29, focuses on the music documentary Linda & The Mockingbirds. It features a conversation with Linda Ronstadt; director James Keach; Eugene Rodriguez, founder of  Los Cenzontles Cultural Arts Academy; and music journalist Randy Lewis of The Los Angeles Times. The film chronicles Ronstadt’s 2019 visit to Mexico with Jackson Browne and Los Cenzontles students.

COLLECTION:live is the Grammy Museum’s new official online streaming service available for $2.99/month or $29.99 a year. Grammy Museum members receive 50 percent off the annual subscription price. COLLECTION:live programs feature interviews and/or performances by the artists.

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Here’s the digital museum’s full October schedule:

COLLECTION: Live Schedule

Thursday, Oct. 1

FKA twigs

Nicole Richie

Jaden Smith


Tuesday, Oct. 6 (3 p.m. PT)

The Meteoric Rise Of Latin Hitmakers: Top Charting Songs & Voices Of Cultural Change Featuring Becky G, De La Ghetto, Play-N-Skillz, Sons of Sonix and Tainy

Thursday, Oct. 8


Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die – featuring a conversation with Manny Marroquin, Nick Mira, Dorien Theus, Lil Bibby and Max Lord

Soccer Mommy

Plus, never-before-released programs from the archives including The Chainsmokers, Judy Collins, Morris Day & David Ritz and Shovels & Rope

Thursday, Oct. 15


Oliver Riot

Phoebe Bridgers

Thursday, Oct. 22


Pearl Jam’s Gigaton – featuring a conversation with album producer Josh Evans and bassist Jeff Ament

PJ Morton

Plus, never-before-released programs from the archives including Common, Estelle, Ghost, LP, Billy Porter, Maggie Rogers, Sharon Van Etten and Weird Al Yankovic

Thursday, Oct. 29

Sarah Jarosz and John Leventhal

The Killers

Linda & The Mockingbirds – featuring a conversation with Linda Ronstadt, music journalist Randy Lewis, director James Keach, and Los Cenzontles founder Eugene Rodriguez

Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover By Columbia Records

10/3 – Polo G

10/10 – Orville Peck

10/17 – 24kGoldn

10/24 – Elaine

10/31 – Labrinth

Instagram Live Events

10/8 at 12 p.m. PT – La Marisoul moderated by Raúl Campos and Pili Montilla from Pili, Raúl and La Música

10/13 at 1 p.m. PT – Laura Marano moderated by Grammy Museum education senior coordinator Schyler O’Neal

Digital Exhibit

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