The Drop: John Doe

The GRAMMY Museum is pleased to welcome celebrated singer, songwriter and actor John Doe to the Clive Davis Theater. Just one day after its release, hear Doe in discussion about his new solo album Keeper, his first record since 2007's acclaimed A Year in the Wilderness. Produced alongside long-time collaborator Dave Way (Fiona Apple, Macy Gray) at Los Angeles' The Way Station and New Monkey Studios, the record also features vocals by Patty Griffin, Jill Sobule and Cindy Wasserman. In addition to an inside-look at the new album, Doe will also discuss his role as a founding member of the seminal L.A. punk rock outfit X, his country spin-off band The Knitters and his several television and movie appearances, including playing the role of Jeff Parker in the television series Roswell. Following the interview, moderated by friend and musician Joe Henry, an exclusive performance will follow.