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American Roots Recording Artist

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    Downloable One-Sheets

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    Grant’s ONE SHEET - updated for 2017 and the Dust Bowl album. Click to download the PDF.
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    Grant’s ONE SHEET - for EDUCATION venues and organizations. Click to download the PDF.

    About Grant

    Grant Maloy Smith is an American Roots Singer/Songwriter with a country bent. His songs tell heartfelt stories about real people, and are unfailingly optimistic and forward looking. His 2013 album YELLOW TRAILER earned rave reviews, including this one from the Aquarian “...Smith’s lyrical work is just as impressive from track to track, staying true to folk style storytelling in music while keeping it sounding fresh and enjoyable.” Grant is a member of the Recording Academy (the Grammys®), the CMA, and is a BMI Recording artist. His upcoming album DUST BOWL is being released nationally and internationally in early 2017.

    Highlights

    • Opening act for Rita Coolidge, John Ford Coley & Pousette-Dart
    • Performances at The Bitter End in New York, The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, SXSW in Austin, The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, the National Sylvan Theatre at the Washington Monument in DC…
    • Sold-out shows in numerous markets, including Hollywood (Kulak’s), Austria (die Brücke), and Puerto Vallarta, México.
    • 2017 DUST BOWL album features A-list players from Nashville, including Rob Ickes (dobro and lap steel), Mike Johnson (pedal steel and lap steel), Steve Stokes (fiddle and mandolin), Jeff Taylor (accordion), Tim Lorsch (cello, viola), Matt Burgess (percussion). Basic tracks were cut in New York with Cyndi Lauper’s rhythm section: Bill Wittman (bass), and Skoota Warner (drums), plus Tommy Mandel (keyboards), Lorenza Ponce (violin), and more.
    • Promoted by HyPR MEDIA in the USA www.hypr.media
    • A dynamic performer, capable of carrying a show solo acoustic, or with a band up to 5 pieces.

    I Come From America

    Daddy, If You Have To Go

    Lily of the Valley

    All The Long Way

    More Videos

    Please visit my Youtube page and SUBSCRIBE to my channel! Here is the link:
    https://www.youtube.com/c/grantmaloysmith
    Click on the photos below to open up a larger version… then right-click to save any of them to your computer.

    Headshot and logo
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    Arms up, tall
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    Arms up, square
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    Washington DC
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    Washington DC
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    Porch, looking up
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    Studio live room
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    Studio live room
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    Electric guitar, sepia
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    Electric guitar, color
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    American gate
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    On stage, with lights
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    On horseback
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    Grant has performed in top and storied venues across the USA, including:

    The Bitter End, New York City
    The Clive Davis Theatre @ The Grammy Museum, Los Angeles
    The Troubadour, Los Angeles
    The National Sylvan Theatre, Washington, DC
    The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville

    Here is a longer list of the venues he’s played:
    Northeastern Venues played:
    The Bitter End, New York, NY
    Silvana, New York, NY
    Tokyo Tapas, New York, NY
    Madiba, Brooklyn, NY
    Leftfields, New York, NY
    Connecticut Folk Festival, New Haven, CT
    Mocha Mayas, Shelburne Falls, MA
    Puck, Doylestown, PA
    Farm Fest II, New Tripoli, PA
    The Courthouse Center for the Arts, West Kingston, RI
    The Brooklyn Coffee and Tea House, Providence, RI
    The Blackstone River Theatre, Cumberland, RI
    AS220, Providence, RI
    Dante’s @ Royal Sonesta, Boston, MA
    The Block Island Music Festival, New Shoreham, RI
    The Mishnock Barn, West Greenwich, RI
    The Pub on Park, Cranston, RI
    Sandywoods Center for the Arts, Tiverton, RI
    The Stand, Branford, CT
    Spindrift Guitars, New London, CT
    NERFA, Stamford, CT
    SENE Festival, W Warwick, RI
    Jimmy’s, Newport, RI
    The Mediator, Providence, RI
    Dedham Square, Dedham, MA

    Midatlantic Venues played:
    National Sylvan Theatre, Washington, DC
    Gaylord, National Harbor, MD
    The Bandshell, Frederick, MD

    Southern Venues played:
    South Florida Folk Festival, Ft Lauderdale, FL
    ACMA Listening Room, Ft Myers, FL
    Blue Bird Cafe, Nashville, TN
    The Factory at Franklin, Franklin, TN
    Nashville Side Streets, Nashville, TN
    The Douglas Corner Cafe, Nashville, TN
    The Factory, Franklin, TN
    Belcourt Taps, Nashville, TN
    Saugs, Hendersonville, TN
    Pros on the Row, Nashville, TN
    Nashville Side Streets, TN
    Ri’chards, Whites Creek, TN
    Sleeping Moon, Orlando, FL
    The Office, Foley, AL
    Sir Walter’s, Beckley, WV
    The Acoustic Coffee House, Johnson City, TN
    Midwest Venues played:
    Jam Lab, Chicago, IL
    JustGoods Listening Room, Rockford, IL

    Southwestern Venues played:
    SXSW (multiple venues), Austin, TX
    The Red Gorilla Festival, Austin, TX
    The Opening Bell, Dallas, TX
    The Gallery, Houston, TX
    J&O’s Cantina, San Antonio, TX
    Sancho’s Cantina, San Antonio, TX
    Adair’s Saloon, Dallas, TX
    The Texas Mushroom Festival, Madisonville, TX
    Mesa Music Festival, Mesa, AZ
    BR Vino, Rosenberg, TX
    RPT’s Library, Salado, TX

    Western Venues played:
    Clive Davis Theatre at the Grammy Museum, Los Angeles, CA
    Kulak's Woodshed, North Hollywood, CA
    Foundation Room @ The House of Blues, West Hollywood, CA
    Voodoo Lounge @ The House of Blues, West Hollywood, CA
    Atwater Village Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
    The Coffee Gallery Backstage, Altadena, CA
    The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
    The Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA
    Molly Malone’s, Los Angeles, CA
    Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles, CA
    Cranes Downtown, Los Angeles, CA
    The VA, Long Beach, CA
    The Muse on 8th, Los Angeles, CA

    International Venues played:
    Die Bruecke, Graz, Austria
    Weingut Thaller, Maierhofbergen, Austria
    Porgy en Bess, Terneuzen, Netherlands
    Boca, Glastonbury, England
    Red Cow, London, England
    Crossing the Border, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

    Grant has opened for these artists:

    Rita Coolidge
    Jon Pousette-Dart
    John Ford Coley
    The Guess Who
    Elvin Bishop
    Jack Bruce and Friends
    Steppenwolf

    4/14/2017: NO DEPRESSION magazine ran a feature on Grant’s song “Old Black Roller” on the anniversary of Black Sunday, April 14, 1935

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    Access the entire article on the NO DEPRESSION website:
    Click here

    Download a PDF file of the entire article:
    Click here

    03/31/2017: VENTS magazine ran an interview with Grant:

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    Access the entire article on the VENTS website:
    Click here

    Download a PDF file of the entire article:
    Click here

    04/1/2017: BMG Magazine ran an article about Grant and the Dust Bowl - American Stories album:

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    Download a PDF file of the article:
    Click here

    01/21//2017: The Huffington Post ran an article about Grant and the organization that he co-founded for other musicians called the Indie Collaborative:

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    Access the entire article on the Huffington Post website:
    Click here

    Download a PDF file of the entire article from the Huffington Post:
    Click here

    06/23/2016: The South County Independent newspaper ran an article about Grant

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    Access the entire article on the newspaper’s website:
    Click here

    Download a PDF file of the entire article:
    Click here
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    Grant Maloy Smith was interviewed on the Life Changes Radio Network on BBS Radio in September 2015
    He also performed live on the show. The interviewer was co-founder Filippo Voltaggio

    The show is aired weekly on Monday nights at 7pm Pacific, and also streamed on the internet.
    http://bbsradio.com/lifechangeswithfilippo
    Grant was interviewed on the Lins Honeyman Gospel Blues Train show from Scotland, in July 2015
    One of his songs, Old Black Roller, was also played on the air

    This show is aired weekly on the Scottish radio station Revival FM
    http://www.linshoneyman.com/#!radio-show/cjiy

    Philadelphia Songwriters Project 2017

    Grant was selected as a finalist in this contest, and brought in to perform his songs at the Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia, on May 21, 2017

    Winning Song - I Come From America
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    Indie Music Channel Awards 2017

    For the second year in a row, Grant received multiple nominations in these Hollywood awards, and was asked to perform at the awards show. In 2017 the awards will be held at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on April 23.

    Nominations
    Best Male Americana Artist
    Best Americana Song “I Come From America”
    Best Classic Country Artist
    Best Classic Country Song “Daddy, If You Have To Go”
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    Indie Music Channel Awards 2016

    Grant won two awards and also performed one of his award-winning songs at the Clive Davis Theatre at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, accompanied by Rocio Marron, violinist from The Voice and American Idol.

    Best Folk Artist - Your Fire
    Best American Roots Song - Old Black Roller

    56th Grammy® Awards

    Grant’s album Yellow Trailer was on the ballot for Best Americana album

    59th Grammy® Awards

    Grant was an associate producer on the Grammy® winning album, “Presidential Suite” by Ted Nash and his big band, awarded on February 12, 2017.
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