John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie

John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie

Presented by the GRAMMY Museum® in conjunction with the John Lee Hooker Estate and Craft Recordings, John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie celebrates the centennial of the legendary GRAMMY®-winning bluesman. The exhibit explores Hooker’s lasting legacy through rare recordings, photos, videos and one-of-a-kind artifacts:

  • Instruments such as the Gibson ES-335, Hohner HJ5 Jazz, and custom Washburn HB35, all of which were played by Hooker
  • The Best Traditional Blues Recording GRAMMY® Hooker won, with Bonnie Raitt, for “I’m In The Mood” at the 32nd Annual GRAMMY Awards in 1990
  • Hooker’s Best Traditional Blues Album GRAMMY Award for Don’t Look Back, which was co-produced by Van Morrison and Mike Kappus and won at the 40th Annual GRAMMY Awards in 1998
  • Rare photos of Hooker with B. B. King, Keith Richards, Miles Davis, Roy Rogers, and Carlos Santana
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