An Evening with Public Enemy

In Conjunction with The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Their messages are as urgent and compelling as ever, their performances just as electrifying. And, after more than 20 years, they show no signs of slowing down. Please join us as we welcome hip-hop pioneers Public Enemy to The Clive Davis Theater. A group whose musical style and incendiary delivery have earned them critical acclaim and millions of fans throughout their career, Public Enemy continues to blaze musical and technological trails with new songs and new media, pulling rap music into the future, all while keeping its musical roots firmly intact. Public Enemy transcends the confines of rap and pop music, remaining one of the African American community's most important messengers, digital music's greatest champions and a rare rap group whose lyrics are dedicated to analyzing, uplifting and empowering all of humanity. Just two days before their induction into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, hear the group, including Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord Professor Griff, the S1W's and more, discuss the music, the message and their monumental career. After the interview, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, the group will take audience questions and perform.