Andy Grammer released his self-titled debut in 2011 and spawned the singles “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine by Me”. His second album ‘Magazines or Novels’ was released in 2014, and featured “Honey, I’m Good” which is his most successful song to date, peaking at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. This single has been certified triple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and was ranked one of the ten best-selling songs of 2015 by Nielsen SoundScan. The Magazines or Novels album also featured the certified gold single “Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)”
Grammer started as a busker on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. He was discovered by his manager Ben Singer in July 2009 and signed with S-Curve Records in April 2010. Grammer’s popular songs include: “Honey, I’m Good.”, “Keep Your Head Up”, “Fine by Me”, “Lunatic”, “Ladies”, “Fresh Eyes”, “Biggest Man in L.A.”, “Numbers”, “Stepping Stone”, “Couple More Sleeves”, “Fireflies”, and “The Pocket”.
Grammer credits his musical influences to three genres of music: guitar players like Jason Mraz, John Mayer and Jack Johnson; modern pianists like Coldplay, The Fray, and OneRepublic; and hip-hop vocalists like Common, Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, and Kanye West.
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