The Grammy Museum has unveiled its new streaming service, called ‘COLLECTION:live’, which features artist interviews, performances and livestreams.
Billie Eilish and her producer/co-writer Finneas are appearing on COLLECTION:live, which will also boast special releases from the Grammy Museum’s archive.
The interview with Eilish and Finneas will be conducted by Grammy Museum moderator Scott Goldman and is available on September 17 at 12am.
They will be joined by composer Hans Zimmer to discuss the making of their song ‘No Time to Die’, written for the upcoming James Bond movie.
“It’s an honor to be part of this new series and to support the Grammy Museum, a place that had such a huge impact on us growing up,” said Eilish.
“Without the Grammy Museum, we wouldn’t have gotten to experience or learn about so many important artists before us,” said Finneas.
COLLECTION:live is a curated collection of programmes, available soon on all streaming devices, including computer, tablet, mobile, or TV for $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year.
Billie Eilish and Finneas appearing on COLLECTION:live
New programming will be released every week, and proceeds will benefit the museum’s music education initiatives and help keep its mission alive during the closure due to COVID-19.
“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,” he added. “We look forward to continuing to grow this platform, even after we re-open our doors to the physical museum.”
The schedule for September 17 features interviews and/or performances by Billie Eilish and Finneas, the Avett Brothers, Black Pumas, Glass Animals, Selena Gomez, Run The Jewels, and Tones And I.
Scheduled for September 24 are BTS, Perfume Genius and Blake Mills, Bear and a Banjo, Rufus Wainwright, Sam Fischer, Sparks, Tame Impala, and The War And Treaty.
In addition, there will be a special programme on September 30.