Curator's Perspective: Barry White and John Fogerty At the GRAMMY Museum

An Exclusive Event for Museum Members at the Award Winner and Icon Levels

Award Winner and Icon level Members are cordially invited to an evening reception, tour and discussion of the new exhibits: Barry White: Unlimited Love and John Fogerty: Wrote A Song For Everyone. Join us as the Museum's Assistant Curator, Nwaka Onwusa, leads us through the curatorial process as well as an in-depth look at the amazing careers of these legendary icons.

Wrote a Song For Everyone is a testament to the fact that the songs written by John Fogerty over the past forty-five years continue to speak in a powerful way to generations of music makers and music lovers. The stellar result is a heartfelt celebration of the impact Fogerty's iconic songbook that find Fogerty working together with some of the most acclaimed and popular artists in music today.

Barry White was a composer, songwriter, producer and had one of the most distinctive voices in music. A two-time GRAMMY® Award winner, White has been referred to around the world as "The Maestro" a tribute to his impressive stage performances which always included his Love Unlimited Orchestra. He was the "maestro" at crafting music that blended soul, funk, pop and disco. During his 40-year career, White had numerous gold and platinum albums and singles with combined sales of over 100 million.