L.A.'s Grammy Museum Marks 50th Anniversary Of Beatlemania In July
June 30, 2016 at 11:57 AM (PT)
Continuing the celebration of the 50th anniversary of THE BEATLES' arrival in the U.S., "Ladies and Gentlemen …THE BEATLES!" makes its LOS ANGELES debut at THE GRAMMY MUSEUM TOMORROW (JULY 1st). This successful traveling exhibit explores and celebrates the band's impact on pop culture from the perspective of their fans.
To mark the exhibit's arrival, the MUSEUM will host two corresponding events in the CLIVE DAVIS THEATER.
"Celebrating Beatlemania," will take place THURSDAY, JULY 7th at 7:30p (PT), with MUSEUM Exec. Dir. BOB SANTELLI hosting a panel discussion featuring legendary television/radio personality BOB EUBANKS; DEBBIE GENDLER SUPNIK, who witnessed THE BEATLES’ U.S. debut in 1964; CHUCK GUNDERSON and RUSS LEASE of FAB FOUR EXHIBITS, who curated the show with the GRAMMY MUSEUM; and BEATLES author/historian BRUCE SPIZER. Prior to the discussion, guests will have the opportunity to tour the exhibit from 6 to 7p (PT).
On MONDAY, JULY 18th at 7:30p (PT), "The Record Theater: 'Revolver' By THE BEATLES -- UK Pressing in Mono" will mark the 50th anniversary of the band's' 1966 album with a listening on vinyl. After the record ends, special guests BRIAN KEHEW, co-author of "Recording THE BEATLES," and CHRIS CARTER, host of KLOS" "Breakfast with THE BEATLES," will join Record Theater creator MARVIN ETZIONI onstage for a discussion.