Grammy Museum Streamer

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The Recording Academy’s nonprofit Grammy Museum will launch a subscription streamer, Collection:live, tomorrow, September 17.

Priced at $2.99 monthly or $29.99 annually after a three-day free trial, with proceeds benefiting music education, Collection:live’s first day will feature a new interview with Billie Eilish, her brother/producer Finneas, and film composer Hans Zimmer. They will discuss the making of the title song for the next James Bond movie No Time To Die.

Here from 2019 is Eilish discussing California fires, climate change, fashion and her experiences at the museum in her younger days:

Tomorrow will also bring interviews or performances by The Avett Brothers, Black Pumas, Glass Animals, Selena Gomez, Run The Jewels, and Tones And I.

Collection:live will also feature a curated selection from more than a thousand public programs recorded at the museum over the past decade.

New selections will be added on a weekly basis, with Rufus Wainwright and The War And Treaty among the additions on Thursday, September 24. Live streams are also promised.

For more info, to browse selections, or to subscribe, visit watch.grammymuseum.org.

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