GRAMMY Museum Experience TM Prudential Center will honor Black Music Month with the opening of a new exhibit and the inclusion of nine New Jersey legends into the museum. In addition, all throughout the month of June the museum will host a series of public and educational programs to celebrate the history of Black music and culture.

“From Gospel to R&B, Rock to Hip-Hop, Black music has indeed served as the soul of American music, culture and history,” said Mark Conklin, Director of Artist Relations and Programming at the GRAMMY Museum Experience TM Prudential Center. “As we celebrate the legacy of this music and the men and women who created the soundtrack of their times, we’re especially delighted to share those stories with a new generation of music fans.”

FEATURED EXHIBIT

OPEN JUNE – OCTOBER, 2022

NEW JERSEY LEGENDS EXHIBIT NEWEST INCLUSIONS

GRAMMY Museum Experience TM Prudential Center announced the newly recognized New Jersey Legends to be included in the exhibit. The exhibit, which has been a permanent feature in the museum since it opened its doors in 2017, features artifacts from legendary NJ artists such as Sinatra, Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Dionne Warwick, Gloria Gaynor and more.

New artifacts included are from Joey Dee and the Starliters, Leon Huff, Linda Jones, Melba Moore, Naughty By Nature, Sylvia Robinson, The Rascals, The Sugar Hill Gang, and Tye Tribett. Artifacts from each artist will be placed into the NJ Legends exhibit beginning on June 3, 2022

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