NEWARK, NJ – SEPT. 24, 2020 – GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center continues its dynamic online programming with the announcement of numerous, notable fall programming guests including, DJ Khaled, HAIM, Luke Combs, Ellie Goulding and others. The museum will continue its weekly video series, Behind the Songs, twice-weekly video series, Mini-Masterclass and weekly podcast, Musically Speaking. Two weeks ago, the museum’s Behind the Songs episode featured an exclusive conversation with DJ Khaled – CLICK HERE to watch. Notable fall guests below.

September 2020

Monday, Sept. 21: Behind the Songs with Noah Cyrus

Thursday, Sept. 24: Behind the Songs with HAIM

Friday, Sept. 25: Mini-Masterclass with Kane Brown

Monday, Sept. 28: Behind the Songs with Luke Combs

October 2020

Thursday, Oct. 1: Behind the Songs with Ellie Goulding

Tuesday, Oct. 6: Mini-Masterclass with Dermot Kennedy

Thursday, Oct. 8: Behind the Songs with Jason Mraz

Tuesday, Oct. 13: Mini-Masterclass with Jessie Reyez

Thursday, Oct. 15: Behind the Songs with Glen Ballard

Thursday, Oct. 22: Behind the Songs with Jason Evigan

Friday, Oct. 23: Mini-Masterclass with Labrinth

Thursday, Oct. 29: Behind the Songs with Run the Jewels

Friday, Oct. 30: Mini-Masterclass with Noah Cyrus

November 2020

Thursday, Nov. 5: Behind the Songs with AJR

Friday, Nov. 6: Mini-Masterclass with Judah & The Lion

Tuesday, Nov. 10: Mini-Masterclass with SHAED

The weekly video series, Behind the Songs features conversations between host, Mark Conklin, Director, Artist Relations and Programming at the GRAMMY ™ Museum Experience Prudential Center and notable recording artists, songwriters and producers discussing the stories behind some of their most popular songs. Most conversations are followed by an intimate and exclusive musical performance.

The twice-weekly video series, Mini Masterclass includes a 10-minute interview with an esteemed roster of guests. The interviews cover an array of topics including musical process and inspiration, tips for young musicians and more.

The weekly podcast, Musically Speaking features audio from various public programs previously held in the museum as well as the museum’s online Behind the Songs and Mini-Masterclass programs.

All content can be accessed on the homepage of the museum’s website at

The museum recently announced the launch of its first-ever Fall Session music industry program, which will run from Sat, Oct. 10 – Sat, Nov. 21. The Fall Session features four new virtual courses: Contemporary Songwriting 101; Contemporary Songwriting 201; Audio Mixing 101 and Intro to Careers in Music Businesses. Courses are open to New Jersey-area students ages 13-18, interested in exploring a career in music and the entertainment industry. To learn more, please visit

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