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Win Tickets to See Shooter Jennings at the Grammy Museum

By Eric Richardson
Published: Tuesday, March 23, 2010, at 12:19PM
Shooter Jennings Courtesy Grammy Museum

Southern rocker Shooter Jennings drops by the Grammy Museum on Thursday, March 25, to talk about his new album "Black Ribbons," and we've got tickets for blogdowntown readers interested in hearing the singer-songwriter perform selections from the album and discuss his inspirations and process.

“As a Museum dedicated to the study of the creative process, we are thrilled to welcome the creators of such a high concept album to our stage,” said Grammy Museum Executive Director Robert Santelli in a release. “Black Ribbons contains some fascinating ideas, so we’re excited to offer fans one of the first opportunities to hear Jennings illuminate his songwriting and instrumentation in such a personal way.”

Jennings will be joined by the album’s producer, Dave Cobb, and GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares Vice President Scott Goldman will moderate the discussion. Jennings will be signing autographs after the event.

The show takes place at 8pm, in the 200-seat Grammy Museum Sound Stage.

Want to be there? We've got three pairs of tickets to give away. Just leave a comment letting us know why you should win. Make sure to use an account where we can contact you. Contest closes Wednesday at 6pm.

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