The GRAMMY’s have a new subscription service launching this week

The GRAMMY Museum are the latest to launch their own subscription service offering exclusive interviews, performances, and livestreams from global artists.

COLLECTION:live is a brand new subscription service from none other than the GRAMMY Museum. The worldwide-renowned recording academy are offering a bunch of musical content to earn money towards their initiatives in music education.

The subscription service launches on the 17th and a bunch of content featuring some of the world’s biggest artists, like Selena Gomez, BTS, Sparks, and many more, will be available for free, without a subscription. These free shows will no doubt act as promotion to draw in new uesrs as well as a 3-day trial for the full package.

Content that has been announced includes a recent interview with Billie Eilish and her producer brother, Finneas. Hans Zimmer talks about his recent production on the new James Bond movie, discussing his original song No Time To Die.

Grammy Museum President, Michael Sticka says: “COLLECTION:live represents another phase of the Grammy Museum’s continued success with delivering music and museum-related content in a new and accessible way for our members, students, and music lovers,” said Michael Sticka, President of the Grammy Museum.

“Creating a streaming option for our programming was always a part of our strategic approach, but COVID-19 brought it to the forefront. We look forward to continuing to grow this platform, even after we re-open our doors to the physical Museum.”

You can sing up to a 3-day free trial in advance of the launch here. After which a subscription costs $2.99 / £2.24 a month.

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