GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi in Cleveland announces it will host its first public program in the Sanders Sound Stage featuring one of the most innovative and influential GRAMMY®-winning audio engineers of all time — the legendary Geoff Emerick. In conjunction with the current special exhibit, “Ladies and Gentlemen … The Beatles!,” the public is invited to attend An Evening with Geoff Emerick Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Emerick is an English audio engineer best known for his work at Abbey Road Studios in London and with The Beatles on their albums “Revolver,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “The Beatles” (The White Album) and “Abbey Road.”
The evening will feature an intimate discussion with Emerick surrounding his work with The Beatles, and will be moderated by Jon Hornyak, senior executive director of The Recording Academy® Memphis Chapter.
“We are thrilled to have a hand in bringing The Beatles’ legendary recording engineer and GRAMMY winner Geoff Emerick to GRAMMY Museum Mississippi for his first visit to the Mississippi Delta,” said Hornyak. “Geoff played a crucial role in helping The Beatles realize their musical visions and create some of the most important rock ‘n’ roll albums ever made.”
Call 662-441-0100 for ticket information.
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