Whitney, Sinatra, Bobby Bandiera and more featured in new Grammy Museum Exp. learning hub
Whitney Houston, Frank Sinatra, DJ Khaled, Naughty by Nature, Bobby Bandiera and the Zombies are some of the featured artists of the Grammy Museum Experience Prudential Center’s new Online Learning and Content Hub.
A weekly video series, “Behind the Songs,” and weekly podcast, “Musically Speaking,” are the centerpieces of the new hub, located at GRAMMYMuseumEXP.org, the museum announced on Wednesday, June 10.
Philly singer-songwriter G. Love will be featured in the inaugural episode of “Behind the Songs” at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 11. New episodes will debut Thursdays at 7 p.m. and upcoming guests include Latin Grammy winner Erika Ender and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Brandy Clark. Mark Conklin, Director of Artist Relations and Programming at the Grammy Museum Experience, will be the host.
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“Musically Speaking” features audio from various public programs previously held in the museum. British Invasion greats the Zombies will be featured in the first episode 7 p.m. Monday, June 15.
DJ Khaled, Jersey hip-hop legends Naughty By Nature, and Bobby Bandiera, who’s played with Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen, will be featured in future episodes, which debut 7 p.m. on Mondays.
The twice-weekly “Mini Masterclass” will continue, featuring stars like Mario Winans, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, Estelle, Matthew Ramsey, Jessie Jo Dillon and more, and there will be virtual exhibits from the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles that were featured in Newark, including Whitney Houston and Frank Sinatra displays.
“Music is our greatest form of connection and it has never been more important to our society than it is right now,” said Conklin in a statement. “We are thrilled to introduce our Online Learning and Content Hub and bring its programs to life. These online programs allow us to continue the museum’s mission to educate, entertain and provide music fans with an exclusive glimpse into the songs and artists that continue to be the soundtrack of our lives.”
Originally published on 12th June 2020, you can read the original article at App. © 2020