Published 10:09 AM EDT Sep 10, 2020
Move aside Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal: The Grammy Museum has its own streaming service coming soon.
On Thursday, the Grammy Museum announced Collection: Live, its official online streaming service that will give fans exclusive access to artist interviews, performances and livestreams. In addition to new content, Collection: Live will release content from the museum archive.
The platform will launch on Sept. 17 with a special interview with Billie Eilish, who swept all the major honors at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards in January, winning album, record and song of the year as well as taking the trophy for best new artist.
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The star power doesn’t stop there. Collection: Live will chat with South Korean boy band BTS the following week, on Sept. 24.
Collection: Live will be available on all streaming devices for $2.99 per month or $29.99 a year.
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