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The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live in Los Angeles will celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in April with a slate of archived programs and exhibits featuring AAPI talent.

The programs spotlight Grammy winners Daniel Ho and Tak Matsumoto and Grammy nominees Anoushka Shankar and Henry Kapono, among others.

Archived public programs will also be available on Collection: live, the Grammy Museum’s online streaming service available for $2.99/month or $29.99/ a year. Proceeds benefit the museum’s music education initiatives. New digital programming will continue to be released each month even after the Grammy Museum reopens to the public on Friday, May 21.

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Programs:

Daniel Ho & Tak Matsumoto

Henry Kapono

Anoushka Shankar

Yoshiki

Mele Mei in L.A.: Honoring The Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Tradition – featuring Hawaiian artists Charles Brotman, Amy Hanaiali’i, Raiatea Helm, Jeff Peterson, Makana, and more

Music of Waikiki – featuring Hawaiian artists Melveen Leed, Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, Danny Couch (of the Alii’s), Jay Larrin, Nathan Aweau (from the Don Ho Show), Bobby Moderow (of Maunalua), Kawika Kahiapo, Streetlight Cadence, Kimie Miner, and Na Hoa

Mele Mei in L.A.: A Salute to Hawaii’s Grammy Nominees – featuring Kimie Miner, Kathryn Schulmeister, and Amy Hanaiali’I, plus Kalani Pe’a, Bobby Moderow Jr., Streetlight Cadence, Jeff Peterson, and more.

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Exhibits:

Kī Hō’alu – Honoring the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Tradition (2016)

We Are Friends – A Lifetime Party of ‘70s Hawaiian Music (2017)

Music of Waikiki – Legendary Homes of Hawaiian Music (2019)

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