Grammy Museum

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The Grammy Museum is any of a group of museums containing exhibits relating to winners of the Grammy Award for achievement in recording.

The museums in this group include:

Fashion Exhibition[edit]

A part of the exhibition within the museum includes outfits worn by the artists during performances at the Grammy's and the Latin Grammy's. The pieces featured change periodically, most commonly after the Grammy ceremony of that year is over, so that they can be replaced with new ones from the current year. The Grammy museum will also have special and temporary exhibitions for artists such as "Motown: The Sound of Young America", which features clothes from the label's most popular artists, and "Beyond Black: The Style of Amy Winehouse", which pays tribute to the artist Amy Winehouse.


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