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News - 10 Mar 2017

An Evening with Klaus Voormann at the GRAMMY Museum

On Tuesday night a special event was held at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles celebrating the 50th anniversary of Klaus Voormann’s Revolver Grammy Award.

The evening with Voormann saw him speaking to Scott Goldman, Vice President of the Grammy Foundation, about his life as a graphic artist, the creation of the Revolver artwork and his collaboration with the Beatles. He showed excerpts from his limited edition book, REVOLVER 50 and shared anecdotes from his time working with The Beatles. He also spoke about his passion and career in music.

Voormann gave an exclusive preview of his new handcrafted art collages - mixed media pieces inspired by the award-winning Revolver cover - which are exclusively available from Genesis Publications.

To find out more about this new artwork or pre-order, click here.

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REVOLVER 50

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Birth of an Icon

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In 1966, The Beatles departed from their earlier records and pushed the boundaries of rock and pop music by releasing their innovative and seminal album Revolver. Capturing The Beatles' new direction, and visually representing their sound, Klaus Voormann's Revolver cover artwork became instantly iconic. It went on to win the Grammy Award for Best Cover / Graphic Arts on 2nd March 1967 - the first time for a rock an

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