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Andy Grammer inteviewed by The Grammy Museum!

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Post by Anthony on Tue Jul 05, 2011 11:21 pm

This was filmed a while ago, and lucky member and super Andy fan Chace had the opportunity to make it to the show! Well you can check out Andy talk about what he wears, his inspiration, what it takes to be a singer and catch some awesome performances of The Pocket, Keep Your Head Up, and Love Love Love! Check it out here! [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Pop/soul singer/songwriter Andy Grammer was the featured guest for
the inaugural installment of the GRAMMY Museum's Homegrown series on May
31, a new series that spotlights Los Angeles-based artists. Before an
audience of 200 in the Museum's Clive Davis Theater, Grammer discussed
creating "Keep Your Head Up," the first single off his self-titled debut
album, and performing at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica,
Calif. Following the discussion, Grammer performed a brief set,
including "Keep…" and "The Pocket.""Whenever anybody asks me,
'What should I do as a new artist?' [I say] it's how you play in front
of people that don't know who you are," said Grammer when asked about
performing at the Third Street Promenade. "The thing that [street
performers] all have in common is we all just decided, 'Yeah, I'm going
to throw myself out there.' Then [you] start to develop who you are,
what you have to bring, and it

A Los Angeles native, Grammer was born the son of GRAMMY-nominated
children's music artist Red Grammer. He was raised in New York but
returned to California after high school and earned a bachelor's degree
in Music Industry Studies at California State University, Northridge.
After being discovered while performing at the Third Street Promenade by
artist manager Ben Singer, Grammer inked a deal with S-Curve Records,
and subsequently released his self-titled debut in June. The video
for "Keep Your Head Up," which he wrote as a letter of encouragement to
himself after a long day of performing on the street, picked up Most
Innovative Video honors at MTV's inaugural O Music Awards in April.
Grammer is currently on tour with Natasha Bedingfield and Kate Voegele.Upcoming
GRAMMY Museum events include Reel To Reel: Beats Rhymes & Life: The
Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest (July 5), An Evening With Todd Rundgren
(July 18) and Great Guitars: Gary Lucas (July 20).

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