GRAMMY Museum January 2021 Schedule: Cheap Trick, Black Pumas, HAIM And More

The GRAMMY Museum kicks off 2021 with new programs released on COLLECTION:live, including a Verve Label Group takeover, programs with 2021 GRAMMY nominees and a Cheap Trick digital exhibit

New year, new GRAMMY Museum goodies!

The GRAMMY Museum has announced its programming schedule for January 2021, which includes new and never-before-released digital content as well as interviews with and performances by some of the 2021 GRAMMY nominees including Best New Artist nominees Phoebe Bridgers and Ingrid AndressHAIMBlack PumasTame Impala and more.

It’ll all be added to COLLECTION:live, the Museum’s official online streaming service featuring an artfully curated collection of newly produced artist interviews, performances and livestreams, as well as special releases from the GRAMMY Museum archive.

This month’s programming includes a panel featuring seven-time GRAMMY winner Alanis Morissette alongside members of the cast and creative team of the 15-time Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical, “Jagged Little Pill,” which is nominated for Best Musical Theater Album at the 2021 GRAMMYs. 

Elsewhere, the GRAMMY Museum is hosting a panel discussion about the making of the song “Collide” from Queen & Slim: The Soundtrack. The panel will include Motown Records President Ethiopia Habtemariam, Motown Records VP of A&R Lindsey Lanier, and the artists, songwriters, and producers of “Collide,” including Tiana Major9, EARTHGANG‘s Olu, Benny Cassette, Kaveh Rastegar, Stacy Barthe, and Fresh. Released as the first single from Queen & Slim: The Soundtrack, “Collide” is currently nominated for Best R&B Song at the 2021 GRAMMYs.

This Friday (Jan. 8), the GRAMMY Museum will launch a digital version of its “Cheap Trick: I Want You To Want Me” exhibit. Originally opened in September 2013, the exhibit celebrates iconic rockers Cheap Trick, who continue to reign as power pop progenitors with a musical legacy spanning more than 40 years.

The Spotlight Saturdays Series continues with a takeover by Verve Label Group featuring Ezinma (Jan. 9), Max Richter (Jan. 16), Madison Cunningham (Jan. 23) and Shabaka Hutchings (Jan. 30).

See below for the GRAMMY Museum’s full January 2021 schedule on COLLECTION:live featuring interviews and/or performances by:


Spotlight Saturdays Series Takeover By Verve Label Group

1/9 – Ezinma

1/16 – Max Richter

1/23 – Madison Cunningham

1/30 – Shabaka Hutchings

Programs With GRAMMY® 2021 Nominees Available To Stream

Ingrid Andress

Burt Bacharach & Daniel Tashian

Phoebe Bridgers

Black Pumas

Brandy Clark

The Making of “Collide” Panel Discussion

Luke Dick

Gregory Porter


Jagged Little Pill on Broadway

Sarah Jarosz & John Leventhal

Bettye LaVette w/ Producer Steve Jordan

Tiana Major9

Ashley McBryde

PJ Morton

Poncho Sanchez

JP Saxe

Secret Sisters

Steep Canyon Rangers 

Tame Impala

Toots & The Maytals

Rufus Wainwright

Lucinda Williams


1/8 – Cheap Trick: I Want You to Want Me (Archived Public Program will also be available on COLLECTION:live)

The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles remains closed until further notice in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Museum’s Public Programs digital series features new intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians recorded via digital conferencing.

The Museum continues to release digital educational content and lesson plans as part of the GRAMMY In The Schools Knowledge Bank, continuing its mission of paying tribute to our musical heritage and bringing our community together through music. 

COLLECTION:live, the GRAMMY Museum’s new official online streaming service, is available for $2.99/month or $29.99/year. GRAMMY Museum members receive 50 percent off the annual subscription price. Proceeds benefit the Museum’s music education initiatives and help keep the Museum’s mission alive while the physical location remains closed due to COVID-19. The Museum’s popular Public Programs series has been recorded over the last decade from the Clive Davis Theater in Los Angeles and has since surpassed the 1,000-program mark since the Museum opened 12 years ago. Proceeds benefit the Museum’s music education initiatives.

GRAMMY Museum At Home is made possible with generous support from the Hoesterey Family Charitable Foundation and Brian and Adria Sheth. New programming will be released each month.

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