We Need To Talk

Having a serious talk can be a scary undertaking.  You can go in thinking its about one thing and be sidelined when its actually about something else and you’ve come completely unprepared.  In the media lately, there have been many necessary serious talks – Bernie Madoff needed a sit-down, this mess with AIG, and the truth behind all the mysterious injuries on “Dancing with the Stars”.

This Friday, March 27, at the Grammy Museum downtown will be no exception.  Damian Marley, an award winning reggae musician and son of the legendary Bob Marley, and acclaimed hip hop artist Nas will be interviewed by the museum’s Executive Director Robert Santelli on topics such as the musicians’ upcoming musical project, humanitarian work, and their individual careers in music.  After the discussion, they’ll be performing a number of songs together.  Considering this is in the Grammy Museum’s 200-seat “Sound Stage”, this will be a very intimate conversation.  After the initial interview, the artists will be taking questions from the audience.  The subject matter won’t change, though, so you can come prepared.



- By Nicole Campoy-Leffler


The conversation and performance with Damian Marley and Nas will be Friday, March 27 at 8:00pm at the Grammy Museum.  For more information, please call (213) 765-6803.

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