Ken Ehrlich is known for introducing innovative concepts for shows ranging from the GRAMMYs to the MTV Movie Awards, which he created in 1992. More recently, he was executive producer of the Emmy Awards, where Elton performed for the first time.
On January 14, at 7:30 p.m. the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles will welcome the TV producer and director.
Ehrlich is to appear at the Clive Davis Theater, for a look at his impressive four-decade career.
After the discussion, moderated by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director, Bob Santelli, the showbiz veteran will take audience questions.
Ken got his start in 1974 as the creator of the PBS music series, Soundstage. Currently, he directs Celine Dion‘s Las Vegas show. Next year, on February 9 on CBS, Ken will produce the recently-announced The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute to the Beatles, exactly 50 years to the day when the group first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show.