will unveil its latest special exhibit, Trouble In Paradise: Music and Los Angeles, 1945-1975.
Located on the Museum's fourth floor, the exhibit explores thirty years of the pop music scene in Los Angeles,
and its related culture, politics, and popular art.
The GRAMMY Museum has partnered with University of Southern California Professor Josh Kun, who is serving as co-curator.
The Ash Grove’s Extended Family has collected and contributed media, displayed in an interactive media table, for this exhibition.
We invite you to visit this exhibition, which will be open 2/22/2012 – 06/03/2012
800 W. Olympic Blvd. #A245, Los Angeles, CA 90015
M-F 11:30am-7:30pm S-S 10:00am - 7:30pm Tickets are $12.95 or less, Parking $5.00 2hrs
www.grammymuseum.org for more information
Film, music, photos and artwork from Wolfgang’s Vault, Photos by Phil Melnick
From Aiyanna Elliot: Film interviews with Ash Grove Performers
Like Taj Mahal, and Ry Cooder, and exclusive concert footage from our 50th Anniversary Event at UCLA
This is the background image for the Interactive Table.
For More Information about the Ash Grove - www.ashgrovemusic.org
Trouble in Paradise: Music and Los Angeles, 1945-1975 is part of Pacific Standard Time.
This unprecedented collaboration, initiated by the Getty, brings together more than sixty cultural institutions from across
Southern California for six months beginning October 2011 to tell the story of the birth of the L.A. art scene.
*** "The Ash Grove will be producing two public concerts in conjunction with the exhibit. Please check your email for details."
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