BTS, Post Malone & More Donate Items to Grammy Week Auction

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BTS visit the SiriusXM Studios on Feb. 21, 2020 in New York City.

The auction, which runs through March 23, benefits the Grammy Museum and its music education initiatives.

First-time Grammy nominees BTS, Post Malone and more have donated items to a Grammy Week auction to benefit the Grammy Museum and its music education initiatives.

The online auction will take place starting Monday (Mar. 8) and will run through March 23. The auction is offered in partnership with Charitybuzz.

Other 2021 Grammy nominees who donated “items and experiences” for the auction include Taylor Swift, Black Pumas, Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Phoebe Bridgers and writer/producer Louis Bell, all of whom are nominated in one or more of the marquee “Big Four” categories--as is Post Malone, who is nominated for album, record and song of the year. (BTS’ nomination is for best pop/duo group performance.)

Others who made donations to the auction include Joe Bonamassa, Brandi Carlile, Gary Clark Jr., Andra Day, DJ Khaled, Lady Gaga, Brantley Gilbert, Ariana Grande, David Guetta, The Immediate Family, Sarah Jarosz, Jonas Brothers, Tori Kelly, Alicia Keys, k.d. lang, Ziggy Marley, Bruno Mars, Ashley McBryde, Shawn Mendes, Ramones, Ed Sheeran, Steep Canyon Rangers, Paul Simon, Marco Antonio Solís, Billy Strings, James Taylor, Tanya Tucker, X and photographer Rob Shanahan.

Additional items were donated by Dingwall Guitars, DW Music Foundation, Epiphone, Fender, Genelec, Gibson Guitars, Jack Daniels, Les Paul, Shure, and Yamaha.

The auction is being held here.

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