The Police, Queen, Morricone Honoured At Grammy Hall Of Fame

Some of the artist's landmark recordings are inducted into the museum

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Music by The Police, Queen and Ennio Morricone has been entered into the Grammy Hall Of Fame.

The Police‘s classic 1983 album “Synchronicity”, Queen‘s 1977 single “We Are The Champions/We Will Rock You” and Morricone‘s soundtrack to 1966’s “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” are all new entries into the Grammy Museum.

Stevie Wonder‘s “For Once In My Life” will also join the collection, which now stands at 826 recordings.

The new LA Live centre will host the Grammy Museum, which will feature an exhibition on the history of the inductees.

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