Pop singer Andy Grammer’s cheerful approach to life combined with his happy, positive lyrics make a winning combination for a high-spirited conclusion to SMACNA’s 75th Annual Convention on Wednesday evening, Oct. 17, in San Diego.
Grammer, probably best known for his 2015 hit, “Honey I’m Good,” said, “as someone who likes to write happy, positive songs, I know they can come across as too sweet.” Andy is both a musician and songwriter, adding “it takes a lot of effort to make something happy not sound cheesy, but I feel like that’s my life’s work. And right now in the world, we need love in all forms.”
The first male pop star in a decade to reach the Top 10 on Adult Pop Radio with his first two singles, Andy Grammer has caught the attention of the music world with a succession of popular toe-tapping hits. His debut album included the platinum singles “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine by Me.”
Andy’s second album, Magazines or Novels, featured the triple platinum hit “Honey, I’m Good,” which peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, his highest single on the charts to date, ranking in the 10 best-selling songs of 2015.
His current single “Fresh Eyes” is a certified gold Top 10 hit and has garnered more than 150 million streams.
Andy has made more than 30 national television appearances and shared the stage with musicians Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Florence and the Machine, Rachel Platten, and Train. He debuted his latest album, The Good Parts, in December 2017. Members can visit his website at andygrammer.com.
SMACNA’s 75th Annual Convention takes place at the San Diego Marriott Marquis and Marina in San Diego, Oct. 14-17. Convention registration opens April 2, 2018.