Celebrating 100 Years of Peggy Lee
GRAMMY Museum L.A. Live
800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA
In conjunction with the GRAMMY Museum’s new exhibit, 100 Years of Peggy Lee, the Museum is thrilled to welcome Peggy’s granddaughter, Holly Foster Wells, for an intimate discussion about Peggy’s remarkable life and career, the new exhibit, and the release of Miss Peggy Lee: An Autobiography. The conversation will be moderated by Chief Curator & VP of Curatorial Affairs, Jasen Emmons. Join us prior to the Public Program for a private tour of the Peggy Lee exhibit, led by our Chief Curator, Jasen Emmons, and Associate Curator, Kelsey Goelz. They will spotlight exhibit artifacts and share stories behind them! Add-on this Curator Talk with your program ticket for $15 for Non-members or $10 for Members. Check-in for the Curator Talk is 5:30pm.
One of the most important musical influences of the 20th century, Peggy Lee wrote over 270 songs, recorded over 1,100 masters, and had over 100 chart hits throughout her seven-decade career. As one of the world’s first female contemporary singer-songwriters, she co-wrote and sang many of her own hits, most notably “He’s A Tramp” for Disney’s Lady and the Tramp as well as “It’s A Good Day” and “Mañana.” She’s best known for hits “Why Don’t You Do Right?” “Fever,” “I’m A Woman,” and “Is That All There Is?,” for which she won the GRAMMY for Best Contemporary Female Vocal Performance. A 13-time GRAMMY nominee, she received Lifetime Achievement awards from NARAS, ASCAP, and The Society of Singers, was inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, and earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Pete Kelly’s Blues.
Check - In for Curator Talk: 5:30pm
Member Check - In: 6:00pm
Doors open for Curator Talk Attendees: 6:20pm
Nonmember Check - In / Doors: 6:30pm
Show Time: 7:00pm
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