December 2, 2021

07:30 PM - 9:30 pm

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The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome Lady Blackbird and her Producer Chris Seefried for an intimate conversation with Paul Zollo discussing her rising career and the release of her debut album, Black Acid Soul, followed by a special performance.


Lady Blackbird didn’t mean to soundtrack a revolution. But last spring, that’s exactly what she did. On May 27th, 2020 Los Angeles-based singer Marley Munroe released her debut single. Now, “the Grace Jones of Jazz,” as dubbed by BBC’s Gilles Peterson, presents her debut album, Black Acid Soul.


Minimal yet rich, classic yet timely, the album connects backwards to Miles Davis (his pianist, Deron Johnson, plays Steinway Baby Grand, Mellotron and Casio Synth throughout) and forwards to Pete Tong (he made the Bruise mix of ‘Collage’ his Number Two Essential Selection tune of 2020) and, yes, Victoria Beckham – Matthew Herbert’s remix of second single ‘Beware The Stranger’ soundtracked the designer’s Spring/Summer 2020 Fashion show.


On Black Acid Soul, Lady Blackbird works with songwriter/producer Chris Seefried, who’d been GRAMMY Award-nominated for his work on the debut album by Andra Day (seen as Billie Holiday in biopic The United States Vs. Billie Holiday). Relieved to have finally found a musical partner who got her, Lady Blackbird recalls, “Chris listened to me, asking, was I feeling this vibe, or that vibe? He was able to dig inside what I was feeling. Next thing you know, he had some amazing sounds worked out. We really just connected.”


Member Check – In: 6:30pm


Nonmember Check – In / Doors: 7:00pm


Show Time: 7:30pm


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Thursday December 02, 2021

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

All Ages

Cover: 25.00