Andy Grammer had one of his biggest honors yet last week. Grammer was one of the pop stars tapped to perform at the One World Concert “Common Ground For Peace” at Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome. Among those in attendance at the event was none other than the His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama. Grammer was joined at the performance by the likes of: Dave Matthews, Counting Crows, Matisyahu, Nelly Furtado, and a slew of others.
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Grammer’s performance comes at a high time for the singer. The third single from his self-titled debut on S-Curve Records, ‘Miss Me’, is quickly making its way up Billboard’s charts and VH1’s Top 20 Video Countdown. It joins his previous two back to back singles that have already garnered their own success. He is also currently touring in support of his debut album. He will be at the Canopy Club in Urbana, IL tomorrow, October 17th. For a full list of tour dates and all the latest news from Andy, fans can go online to http://www.andygrammer.com, http://www.facebook.com/amdygrammer, and http://twitter.com/andygrammer.
Pop star Andy Grammer will perform on CBS This Morning tomorrow morning, August 17th. Grammer will sit down with host Gayle King to talk about his career, rising from his roots singing on the streets to becoming one of pop music’s biggest names today. the interview comes fresh off the heels of his appearance on CBS’ daytime talk show, The Talk. Along with his performance tomorrow morning, Grammer will also be performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live next Tuesday, August 21st. He will be performing his new single, ‘Miss Me’, which hit radio just last week.