The Grammy Museum announced additional public programming for the month of March on Friday, including Q&As with Bush, Revolver cover artist 

The Grammy Museum announced additional public programming for the month of March on Friday, including Q&As with Bush, Revolver cover artist Klaus Voormann, and the 1967 photography of Jim Marshall. 

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The Grammys are riding high after what was certainly the most talked about event so far in this 2017 awards season. Now it looks like the Grammy Museum is continuing the wave of publicity by announcing that they’ll be adding a variety of new public programming coming up throughout the rest of February and into March, and fans of Bush, The Beatles, and classic rock photography should definitely be excited.

Starting out the new programming on Feb. 22 will be "The Drop: Bush," an evening with Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale and Scott Goldman, Vice President of the Grammy Foundation. The two will plan on talking about the band’s upcoming new album, the 20th anniversary of Razorblade Suitcase and its digital reissue, and other stories from Rossdale’s career. There will also be a performance from the band to close out the evening.

On March 7, the Museum will welcome famed record producer and artist Klaus Voormann, as he celebrates the 50th anniversary of his Grammy-winning Best Album Cover for the Beatles’ Revolver. Throughout the night, Voormann and Goldman will discuss the graphic artist’s incredible career, the making of the iconic 1967 album cover, and the release of his book, Revolver 50: GRAMMY Award Edition.

For classic rock fans, March 10 may be the most in-depth springtime event, as fans will be welcomed in to celebrate the opening of the Museum’s special photo exhibition highlighting the 1967 photography of famous music photographer, Jim Marshall. Billed as "A Look At The Summer Of Love Through The Eyes Of Legendary Rock & Roll Photographer Jim Marshall," the event will be focused around 50th anniversary of San Francisco's Summer of Love. Marshall's 1967 exhibition is set to feature a selection of 60 images from the thousands he took during what many consider to be the most defining year for pop culture and rock and roll in America. Attendees will get the opportunity to view the exhibition from 6:30 to 7:30p that evening.

All events will be taking place at the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater. Tickets for all the special upcoming events and daily General Admission into the Grammy Museum can be bought by clicking here.