Don’t Miss Out On The Grammy Museum’s Jazz Display!

Have you had a chance to head over to the Grammy Museum Blue Note Records: The Finest In Jazz exhibit this summer? If not, you must! This amazing exhibit was introduced on March 25th this year and the display will be available for viewing until October of this year.

The exhibit is located in the Mike Curb Gallery on the fourth floor of the Grammy Museum. The legendary record label, Blue Note Records, is honored to have this exhibit displayed during its 75th anniversary. As one of the most respected Jazz record labels nationwide, Blue Notes Records has experience representing some of the finest Jazz musicians throughout the years.

This wonderful exhibit features Thelonius Monk’s baby grand piano, an original tape box from the recording sessions of Rudy Van Gelder, and the sheets and lyrics of some of the most famous Blue Note artists all in handwriting! Additional features include the original concert posters and handbills from Jazz performances nationwide and album artwork of the record label.

You are invited to check out the Jazz exhibit seven days a week. During the week, the museum is open from 11:30am until 7:30pm. On the weekends, the exhibit will be open from 10:00am until 7:30pm. This is an amazing opportunity that you will not want to miss! Head over now!

Contact California Jazz & Wine Festival and we’re planning some exciting things for the 2015 4th Annual California Jazz & Wine Fest great entertainment, wine and beer exhibitors. We’re adding some new things for a fun event for individuals, friends, and families.

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