Wayne Kramer Speaks At Grammy Museum
January 3, 2013 at 3:23 PM (PT)
Iconic MC5 guitarist WAYNE KRAMER will appear at the CLIVE DAVIS THEATER at the GRAMMY MUSEUM in LOS ANGELES on THURSDAY, JAN. 24th. KRAMER will discuss his career as a musician, film and television composer, producer, guitarist and activist. The evening will also feature the WEST COAST premier of SHIRA PIVEN and ADAM MCKAY’s short film, "The Beast and the Angel," which touches on KRAMER's journey from addiction to sobriety.
KRAMER first came to fame in 1968 as the teenaged founder of DETROIT rock band, the MC5, before embarking on a solo career. KRAMER remains an influential modern music icon for not only his stellar guitar skills and original score heard in commercials, TV series and documentary and feature films, but for his commitment to service in the arts.
Tickets are $20 and go on sale on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21st at noon. For more information, please call (213) 765-6803.