An Evening With The Immediate Family

The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome The Immediate Family to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate performance and conversation hosted by Executive Director Scott Goldman. The Immediate Family consists of five of the world’s most iconic and recorded session/touring musicians. The group began as a studio project, recording Danny Kortchmar’s upcoming solo CD, set to release this spring, with guest performances by James Taylor, Jackson Browne, David Crosby, and Michael McDonald. However, the core band on the album decided to keep the vibe going and take the project on the road.

On guitar and lead vocals is Danny Kortchmar, who has played, produced and written for James Taylor, Don Henley, Carole King, Jackson Browne and many more. Also on guitar and vocals is Waddy Wachtel, the consummate rock guitarist, who has played with many of the same artists, including many years with Stevie Nicks, Kieth Richards, and the late Warren Zevon with whom he co-wrote and produced a number of hit songs. The band also includes one of the most recorded and revered rhythm sections in the world—Leland Sklar on bass and Russ Kunkel on drums. Together they have played on close to 5,000 records, many of them classics in the rock ‘n’ roll pantheon. Finally, lending guitar/vocals and co-production on the album, Steve Postell is a seasoned touring/session musician who has worked with Jennifer Warnes, David Crosby and many others.

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