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Early “Live” Moog Modular Artists: John Mills-Cockell

This is the first of a series of blogs on early live uses of the Moog Modular. Before Keith Emerson took his mammoth “Monster Moog” on tour in 1971—an astonishing feat by any measure—there were several forays into live performances by a number of Moog users. Their experience spanned music genres, from classical, experimental, art rock, and jazz. All before the year 1970.


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Bob Moog Foundation And The Elumenati Partner To Expand Moogseum Reach

The Bob Moog Foundation and The Elumenati are proud to announce their partnership in offering the Moogseum’s interactive, immersive “How Electricity Becomes Sound” exhibit as a rental opportunity for other museums, music festivals and installations in the United States.

Moogseum Announces Exhibits as Part of Google Arts and Culture Exhibition

The Moogseum and Bob Moog Foundation are thrilled to share our participation in Google Arts and Culture’s Music, Makers, and Machines exhibition, joining 55 partner museums and non-profits from around the world. The Moogseum’s online collection features 13 exhibits and over 275 archival materials from the Bob Moog Foundation Archives.

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