An Evening With The Record Company

The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome The Record Company to the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate performance and conversation, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman. Released in 2016, The Record Company’s debut album Give It Back To You spawned three Top Ten hits at Triple-A radio (including the #1 smash “Off The Ground”), earned the band a slew of festival appearances and sold-out headline dates around the world, and garnered a GRAMMY nomination. The group made the rounds on late night TV, shared bills with John Mayer, Zac Brown Band, My Morning Jacket and Nathaniel Rateliff among others, and racked up more than ten million streams on Spotify. With a sound that blended the biting blues of John Lee Hooker with the charismatic swagger of the Rolling Stones, the band went from releasing their home-recorded debut to taking the stage at Madison Square Garden in the span of just 18 months. The muscle, beauty, longing, and brotherhood of those original home recordings are still present in their new album, All Of This Life, released in June 2018, but it’s been turned up a notch and pushed to a new level of command and sophistication, with their latest single “Life to Fix” also reaching #1 at Triple-A radio. In addition, the group is playing their biggest ever hometown show at the Wiltern November 10th. The Record Company has moved out of the living room, and they’re ready to share their new album with the world.

Check out The Record Company's latest video "Make It Happen"