The Drop: Steve Forbert — Singer-Songwriter Celebrates New Album
The GRAMMY Museum (Los Angeles, CA)
Early in his now more than 30-year career, singer-songwriter Steve Forbert was hailed as the “new Bob Dylan” and scored a Top 40 hit with “Romeo’s Tune.” Since then, Forbert’s gone on to record a string of critically acclaimed albums and cement himself as a musician’s musician and a songwriter’s songwriter. The GRAMMY Award nominee’s tunes have now been covered by the likes of Roseanne Cash, Keith Urban and Marty Stuart. For this event, in celebration of the release of his latest LP, Over With You, Forbert will be accompanied by virtuoso cellist Ben Sollee (who appears on the album) and drummer Jordon Ellis. The evening will begin with GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares Vice President Scott Goldman interviewing Forbert, and an audience question-and-answer session.