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GRAMMY MUSEUM'S COLLECTION:LIVE

The GRAMMY Museum has revealed its packed digital schedule for the month of October.

Coming to the GRAMMY Museum’s new streaming service COLLECTION:Live, a slate of interviews and performances from Pearl Jam, Ashe, Phoebe Bridgers, SuperM, a Juice WRLD panel featuring Lil Baby, Grimes, The Killers, LP and more are set to stream throughout the month.

Additionally, Columbia is taking over Spotlight Saturdays for the month and featuring artists from its roster like 24kGoldn, Elaine, LabrinthOrville Peck and Polo G. The GRAMMY MUSEUM will also be hosting exclusive Instagram livestreams and a digital exhibit of John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie on 10/2.

With new programming being released every month, COLLECTION:Live is available for $2.99/month or $29.99 a year and GRAMMY Museum members receive 50% off the annual subscription price. All proceeds benefit the Museum's music education initiatives.

Kicking off tonight (10/1), check out FKA twigs, Nicole Richie, Jaden Smith and SuperM on COLLECTION:Live. Explore the Digital Museum here and see the full list of October’s schedule here.

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