The Los Angeles museum continues to offer a robust schedule of archival content, while its doors are closed amid the pandemic.
The highly-respected musician played with many of jazz's biggest names, such as Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner and Miles Davis, as well as record solo discs for the legendary Prestige imprint.
Visitors can access interview and performance footage, plus virtual exhibits, as the museum expands its digital programming through June.
The virtual exhibit spans many of Lee's career milestones and accomplishments with a variety of never-before-seen rare artefacts.
The event will be live on Thursday, 30 April, when it runs from 2–3 p.m. PT.
The Los Angeles museum is digging into its archives to share previously-unreleased interviews from music’s biggest names.
A varied list of initial featured artists also includes Kool and the Gang and Greta Van Fleet.
The launch day is the 101st anniversary of Cole's birth, and his daughters Timolin and Casey Cole will be present to talk about the stories behind the exhibit.
Her friend Catriona Gourlay and personal stylist Naomi Parry who curated the collection share their personal memories of Amy.
The exhibit will offer a retrospective of Winehouse's career, her biggest influences, her most iconic fashion moments, and how she left an indelible mark on music, fashion and pop culture.
The trio also recently stopped by at the Grammy Museum for an in-depth Q&A moderated by Scott Goldman.
The much-acclaimed musician also discussed the writing and inspiration behind his recent album, 'Assume Form'.
The panel will feature Gaye’s second wife, Jan Gaye; Gaye’s biographer and co-writer of ‘Sexual Healing David Ritz’ and VP of A&R at UMe, Harry Weinger.
The Prison Concerts: Folsom And San Quentin (Jim Marshall's Photographs Of Johnny Cash) will offer a definitive view of The Man In Black's historic prison shows.
A new exhibition Celebrating John Lee Hooker, King Of The Boogie, is set to open at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on 29 March