The Grammy Museum of Los Angeles is letting fans everywhere explore the life of singer-songwriter John Lennon through an extraordinary exhibit of his journey into music. The museum takes audiences through a timeline of the musician’s life, with artifacts, transcripts and stories from Lennon’s early days before the Beatles to his transition into a solo artist. Whether you were inspired by his music or his fight for peace, this is one exhibition that you will not want to miss. Lennon’s inspiring display of art, love and music will be up until September 5, so why not come out and IMAGINE all the people with him?
When the Beatles exploded into the music scene in the early 1960s, nobody could have predicted the success, mayhem and inspiration these four young men would bring to the world. And at the forefront of that change was none other than two-time Grammy winner John Lennon. To commemorate the work of this former Beatle, the Grammy Museum of Los Angeles has put together an attractive, detailed display that strategically tells a story of fame, struggle and the fight for peace, featuring an elaborate collection of rare memorabilia. So visitors can expect to see early albums, never-before-seen interviews and original drawings from the music legend himself. With tickets starting at $12.95, this is definitely a showcase that audiences from all over can afford to see.
The Grammy Museum of Los Angeles creates special exhibits every couple of months to honor past and present music legends for all that they have contributed to the world with their words, voice and passion. From Elvis to Bob Marley, there is always a variety of musicians from many different genres to please the taste of almost any fan. And with a central location at LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles, the museum is affordable and easily accessible to visitors and residents throughout the Southern California region. So drop by and show your appreciation for music!
Now – September 5, 2011
800 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. A245
Los Angeles, CA 90015 USA
213.765.6800 (ext.3 for Group Tours)
Students: $11.95 (18 years and older, valid ID required)
Seniors: $11.95 (65 years and older)
Youth: $10.95 (6-17 years)
For more information, visit http://www.grammymuseum.org