Andy Grammer logged his 10, hours of practice on the streets of Los Angeles. With his car battery powered amplifier and acoustic guitar in tow, Grammer managed to sing his way from the streets to the center of the music industry. Think the relaxed vibe of Jason Mraz crossed with the rock soul of Maroon 5. Even though he knew music would be his path, Grammer never assumed it would be an easy road or that he could take any success for granted. He played any corner that would have him—using every experience to hone not only his songwriting craft but to learn how to understand his audience. So I just went out there and started playing. The video has gotten so much more exposure because of him coming and hanging out. Seriously, it was intense. I can see it in their eyes, they want more of me.
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For Andy Grammer , he wasn't sure what to expect when his wife surprised him with a phone call with a medium one day. The singer decided to take the call and was floored when the medium said he had a message for him from his late mother. The result of that fateful conversation eventually turned into "She'd Say," a sweet song in which Grammer shares advice from his mother, Kathy, to his daughter, Louisiana K. Grammer said, "I make the call and the guy immediately goes, 'Oh, your mom is here, Kathy right? Grammer, 36, and his wife, Aijia, are parents to 2-year-old Louisiana K , whose middle name is a tribute to her grandmother. The couple are also expecting their second child in March.
Andrew Charles Grammer born December 3,    is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is signed to S-Curve Records. His second album Magazines or Novels was released in , and featured " Honey, I'm Good " which is his most successful song to date, peaking at number 9 on the Billboard Hot My ultimate goal is to try to be real. It just so happens that I'm usually more happy than sad when I'm writing. And in general I think that life is pretty great, and it's cool to be here, so that comes through in my music. I don't have a dismal outlook, but I don't aim to make positive music.