Andy Grammer
Andrew Charles "Andy" Grammer (born December 3, 1983) is an American Singer-songwriter managed by Steve Greenberg's S-Curve Records. He released his first album in June 2011. He was born in Los Angeles, United States, but grew up in New York. At 20, he returned to the Los Angeles area. He currently resides in Los Angeles. His father is Singer-songwriter, Red Grammer. In 2007, he graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a B.A. in Music Industry Studies.
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Andy Grammer
Andrew Charles "Andy" Grammer (born December 3, 1983) is an American Singer-songwriter managed by Steve Greenberg's S-Curve Records. He released his first album in June 2011. He was born in Los Angeles, United States, but grew up in New York. At 20, he returned to the Los Angeles area. He currently resides in Los Angeles. His father is Singer-songwriter, Red Grammer. In 2007, he graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a B.A. in Music Industry Studies.
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Running to You (feat. Jen Roman)
"Running to You" is about the joy of perseverance in a relationship. Despite all the struggles, adversity, and mistakes, ever day is a new day and a perfect opportunity to make good out of a bad circumstance. The song's instrumental was inspired by 90s R&B/Pop but merges it with a more contemporary style.more
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Just So You Know (J.S.Y.K.) Instrumental
"Just So You Know (J.S.Y.K.) is a beautiful break-up song, disguised as a love song. It describes the story of falling in love, the sometimes turbulent roller coaster of emotions that come with a relationship and those silent frustrations that can eventually culminate into words left unspoken, after an unforeseen break up. In short, it’s all the thoughts that you never got to verbalize that run through your mind after ending a relationship. I, just as many other people, became very vulnerable after a break up. However, instead of drowning my sorrows in regret, I decided to use my most therapeutic and creative outlet... music. When writing this song, I treated it as if it were a letter to my ex, written from the heart and put to music. While venting my frustrations with a friend (Dutch artist, Ina Bravo), I came up with a piano line that just happened to flawlessly fit with the melody I had for the song. Thus, “Just So You Know (J.S.Y.K.)” was born. Although I've written a few ballads as a song-writer, this one resonated differently, because of the transparency about the fragile emotions while writing it. Although I was a little nervous about putting myself out there, and being so vulnerable... it was the best way for me to genuinely connect with my listeners. When releasing a new single, I definitely feel excited, because I pride myself on taking the time to refine my music, until I am completely satisfied with my creation. I love receiving feedback from my listeners to see if they truly understand the intended message. I’m very interested in people's reaction to an LGBTQ+ love / break-up song." - Dev!n Download & Listen: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/devn5/just-so-you-know-jsykmore
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Just So You Know (J.S.Y.K.)
"Just So You Know (J.S.Y.K.) is a beautiful break-up song, disguised as a love song. It describes the story of falling in love, the sometimes turbulent roller coaster of emotions that come with a relationship and those silent frustrations that can eventually culminate into words left unspoken, after an unforeseen break up. In short, it’s all the thoughts that you never got to verbalize that run through your mind after ending a relationship. I, just as many other people, became very vulnerable after a break up. However, instead of drowning my sorrows in regret, I decided to use my most therapeutic and creative outlet... music. When writing this song, I treated it as if it were a letter to my ex, written from the heart and put to music. While venting my frustrations with a friend (Dutch artist, Ina Bravo), I came up with a piano line that just happened to flawlessly fit with the melody I had for the song. Thus, “Just So You Know (J.S.Y.K.)” was born. Although I've written a few ballads as a song-writer, this one resonated differently, because of the transparency about the fragile emotions while writing it. Although I was a little nervous about putting myself out there, and being so vulnerable... it was the best way for me to genuinely connect with my listeners. When releasing a new single, I definitely feel excited, because I pride myself on taking the time to refine my music, until I am completely satisfied with my creation. I love receiving feedback from my listeners to see if they truly understand the intended message. I’m very interested in people's reaction to an LGBTQ+ love / break-up song." - Dev!n Download & Listen: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/devn5/just-so-you-know-jsykmore
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