The GRAMMY Foundation will host "A Song Is Born," the 16th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert (formerly the Music Preservation Project), featuring live musical performances and archival footage from its preservation archives. Performers include GRAMMY winners Kris Kristofferson, Joy Willams, Paul Williams, and Dan Wilson; and GRAMMY-nominated songwriters Skylar Grey, John Rzeznik, Allen Shamblin, and J.D. Souther, as well as other artists to be announced shortly. The evening's musical director will be Darrell Brown, songwriter/producer and GRAMMY Foundation Board member.
"A Song Is Born," the 16th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert — presented by Seagate — will explore the history and evolution of songwriting and celebrate the various and invaluable contributions of key players behind the music and their impact on the American cultural landscape. This GRAMMY Week concert promotes the GRAMMY Foundation's mission of recognizing and preserving our musical past, so that future generations can continue to benefit from an appreciation and understanding of those contributions.
Admission tickets are $45 per person. For tickets and information, click here or call 855.235.2867.
"A Song is Born" is sponsored in part by CenterStaging, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Jackson Limousine, TNT Agency, and Trattore Estate Wines.