If you’re into music and have never been to the Grammy Museum, this one’s for you. There’s a very cool exhibit going on that you need to know about.
It’s called – 360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story
Sean Wilentz — one of America’s hippest historian — has written an epic tome called 360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story (Chronicle Books), detailing the label’s 125-year stretch.
The exhibit includes films, photos, interviews, artifacts and an interactive jukebox playing Columbia’s greatest sides. And who started all of this? Thomas Edison. His invention of the phonograph in 1877 directly led to the label’s founding.
location: Grammy Museum, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., 3rd floor, downtown. while you’re there you can also check out all that LA Live has to offer. Enjoy! Click here for pricing & details.