The Drop: Seth MacFarlane

GRAMMY-nominated singer, writer, actor, producer, and director Seth MacFarlane released his third full-length album, No One Ever Tells You, at digital retailers on Sept. 30. The album, which will be available everywhere Oct. 30, is a 17-track set featuring such standards as "A Ship Without a Sail," and was produced by GRAMMY-nominated producer, composer and arranger Joel McNeely. To date, MacFarlane has garnered two Emmy Awards, two GRAMMY nominations and an Oscar nomination for his work in television, music and film. He has traveled the world, performing with renowned orchestras such as the BBC Proms and the National Symphony Orchestra. MacFarlane is also the creator of the hugely successful television show Family Guy, and executive produced the Emmy-winning Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey and Starz's original show, Blunt Talk. His directorial debut, TED, was the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy. MacFarlane has since gone on to write, direct and produce A Million Ways To Die In The West and TED 2. The GRAMMY Museum welcomes MacFarlane to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate conversation on his career and new album, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli.