The Grammy Museum and Recording Academy have announced that the Grammy Hall of Fame will return on its 50th anniversary, following a two-year hiatus.

The comeback will be marked by an inaugural gala and concert on May 21, 2024, at the NOVO Theater in Los Angeles. The Recording Academy’s National Trustees founded the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1973 to recognize recordings of long-term qualitative or historical value that are at least 25 years old.

A special member committee of experts from all fields of the recording arts selects inductees each year, with the Recording Academy’s National Board of Trustees finalizing the decision.

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This year, the Hall will induct 10 new recordings, including four albums and six singles. The Grammy Hall of Fame currently has 1,152 honored recordings. The inductees for 2024 will be announced later.

The Grammy Hall of Fame Gala will be the inaugural of an annual event, featuring a red carpet and VIP reception on the Ray Charles Terrace at the Grammy Museum, followed by an unforgettable concert at the NOVO Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

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Ken Ehrlich, longstanding Executive Producer of the Grammy Awards, produced it alongside Chantel Sausedo and Ron Basile. Greg Phillinganes, a world-renowned producer and keyboardist, serves as musical director. Tickets and performances will be announced at a later date.

The Grammy Museum is now commemorating its 15th year as a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating and exploring music from the past and present in order to inspire future generations of musicians through exhibits, education, grants, preservation programs, and public programming.

The Museum honors our collective musical heritage by valuing and celebrating the dynamic connection between people’s different backgrounds and music’s numerous genres, highlighting stories that inspire us, and encouraging creative expression that drives change in our profession.

The Recording Academy initially suspended its honorary award programs for a year in 2021, but extended the break for another year. The halt occurred when the Recording Academy revealed that it was retooling the entire induction process for records. The two-year break marks the first time the Recording Academy has canceled the awards event.