Music is power. And at the GRAMMY Museum you can experience that power first-hand through four floors of exciting interactive exhibits in vibrant downtown Los Angeles. On the fourth floor our touch-screen Crossroads table allows you to explore over 160 genres of music. On the third floor, you can pretend you're a rock star in our Roland Live corner. And on the second floor you'll find our latest special exhibit, along with our Clive Davis Theater, where both Taylor Swift and Ringo Starr have performed, plus many others. Want to feel the power of music? Come pay us a visit.
But I love Motown so I started their. Some of my favorite groups were their like the Miracles, they had so many hits it's hard to choose one song. And Micheal Jackson, I can remember him when I first saw him on the Ed Sullivan show he really stood out ! Years later when I lived in Japan my husband was stationed their he was next door at an amusement park called - Huis Ten Bosch . They asked him if he could come and visit the school which was next door. I worked as a substitute teacher , so we waited in the school gym and in walked Micheal Jackson everyone was so excited to see him !
I was also very excited to see the Beatles exhibit ! I can remember first seeing them on the Ed Sullivan show . Wow they were super popular right from the start ! I was young , but I loved the Beatles too ! They had a great display with different pictures , memorabilia, and art work. I liked the painting on the wall of abbey road ! You could take a picture , like your in London and my nieces did ! I was lucky enough to go to London with my sons last year. We went to Abbey Road and took pictures , it was great ! We even saw Abbey road studios where the Beatles recorded some of their songs. I enjoyed everything about my visit to The Grammy museum ! And they will have different Exhibits .