The Grammy Museum at Home is featuring past Q&As with moderator Scott Goldman. A popular Q & A features Grammy winning artist Billie Eilish, with brother and songwriter/producer Finneas O’Connell (Billie’s real last name. Click Here to view. Or enjoy an interview with Post Malone….he talks about how he shows all of his ’sauce’ as he calls it. CLICK Here to watch.

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A lesser name band is the talented Grammy nominated sister duo Larkin Poe (see info below) interviewed by Scott Goldman at the GRAMMY Museum on January 21, 2020. CLICK Here to view.

The band’s fourth album Venom & Faith (self produced) was nominated for a GRAMMY Award in the Contemporary Blues Album Category at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards, in Nashville in 2018. The album reached #1 on Billboard’s “Top Blues Albums” chart amidst critical acclaim from Billboard, Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, Taste of Country, Paste and many more. Steeped in the traditions of Southern music but determined to create their own modern-day depiction of blues-based roots rock, Venom & Faith showcases Megan and Rebecca Lovell’s mastery in orchestrating, harmonizing and breathing new life into the musical heritage of their upbringing.

Named after their great-great-great-grandfather, a distant cousin of writer Edgar Allan Poe, the band was formed in 2010. Larkin Poe has opened for and been in the backing band of Elvis Costello and Conor Oberst. Rebecca and Megan were also members of the all-star backing band for the 2017 MusiCares Person Of The Year tribute honoring Tom Petty.

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