The GRAMMY Museum's Americana Series is coming back in 2017. The first performer of next year's series has been announced, and it's none other than Rodney Crowell. His intimate concert at the Clive Davis Theater will take place Jan. 23, and at the show he'll not only perform, but also take part in a Q&A.
The Q&A part of the evening will be moderated by Scott Goldman, who is the current Vice President of both the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares. The evening will kick off with Rodney Crowell's performance, and end with the Q&A. On the day of the concert, doors will open at 7:30 p.m.
Those who are American Express card holders get access to presale tickets. The American Express presale takes place from Dec. 15 through Dec. 22. Each ticket is $25, and there's a four ticket limit per household. If you buy more than four, the order may be cancelled.
Tickets for Rodney Crowell's Jan. 23 concert at The GRAMMY Museum go on sale to the public Thursday, Dec. 22 at noon Pacific Time. Both pre-sale and general public tickets can be bought at AXS.com.
It's no surprise Rodney Crowell is going to be part of the 2017 GRAMMY Museum's Americana Series. Throughout his career he's been nominated for eight Grammy Awards. His first nomination was in 1986, and it was for his song "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me." In 1990 he took home his first Grammy Award. He won in the category Best Country Song for his single "After All This Time."