The Grammy Museum

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While heading to Grammy Museum I was able to arrive before it open, I waited for about 15 minutes outside. While waiting I was able to walk around and see the Grammy Awards that have been won throughout the years. They were displayed on the sidewalk heading towards the Museum. I was able to identity some bands and artists that I knew such as; Ray Charles, Norah Jones as well as Green Day. I was truly surprised to have seen these names displayed. Outside of the museum I was able to hear a variety of music being played in the background which made the waiting time feel much shorter.
My first impression of the Grammy Museum was that I wasn't going to like it and would be very dull, however I was surprised at how much I truly enjoyed myself at
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Strolled pass was able see the most famous outfits from The Thriller album of Michael Jackson. Towards the back wall of the third floor, I was to see the display of the band named The Miracles with outfits along with its history behind this particular band. What I thought was interesting about this group of people in an odd number four males and one female who would be shown at times. This floor also had the history of the Grammy from 1957 till now. They had the best albums and songs of the year, male, female artist. I learned about the Sound of Africa; was also on display along with B.E.T network to honor the African American along with other minorities of the entertainment industry since 2001. They also had outfits of Grammy winner artists such as; Brittany Howard, Gwen Stefani and LL Cool Jr from this year. As I was about to leave the third floor I was able to run into the Latin Grammy Museum where they displayed the winning Latin Artist such as Pepe Aguilar, Camila, Celia Cruz as well as some outfits and instruments. I really liked being able too appreciate this section in particular of a Museum here I wouldn't have imagined it being displayed here. I didn't like the way the floor was set up many small booths (with the same type of music) were located throughout the floor layout was confusing. The second floor, of the Grammy Museum there was a gift shop in addition to an open door that lead to The Clive Davis Theater, where it were displaying music from the band known as The Ramones whom I didn't know much about them however, when they began to play some well-known songs. I didn't known such as I Want to be Sedated and Biltzkreig Bop. This floor was dedicated to The Ramones and Birth of Punk, personally, I love punk and its message along with the way the songs are played out. This floor displayed the drum set and guitar of the band

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