MKE Band Camp: Andy Grammer at Turner Hall Ballroom
MKE Band Camp is a music series on OnMilwaukee, giving you the quick 411 on upcoming concerts in the 414.
Hitmaker Andy Grammer will bring his catchy tunes to Turner Hall Ballroom this Monday, Oct 21. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. with special guest Nightly.
Price of admission
General admission tickets are just $33. An intimate venue with general admission is arguably the best type of concert, so buy your tickets now!
Why you can't miss it
Andy Grammer is the type of artist you put on to listen to a hit like "Fresh Eyes" or "Honey, I'm Good" ... but then leave on to play through his entire catalog, deep cuts and all. His music is down to earth and relatable with the pop sensibility of Maroon 5 and Matt Nathanson. Maintaining an optimistic lens, he effortlessly shines a light on the good and the bad of life. Listen closely and you'll realize his lyrics are more profound than the bright hits he's known for.
Song starter pack
The Hit: "Fine By Me"
The first single off his self-titled debut album went platinum. Far from a one-hit wonder, this song was the tipping point for Grammer's avalanche of hits.
B-Side Beauty: "She'd Say" (with Ladysmith Black Mambazo)
The choir from Ladysmith Black Mambazo gives this song instant Paul Simon vibes, and it creates the perfect backdrop for Grammer's lyrics. He sings words of love and encouragement to his daughter from the perspective of his deceased mom, giving the advice it seems only moms can know. Pop your headphones in for this one, and it might just sound like something your mom would say.
Can't Wait to See it Live: "Fresh Eyes"
Grammer created over 100 songs for the album "The Good Parts" – and fortunately, "Fresh Eyes" made the cut. Boasting over 337 million listens on Spotify, there is no doubt everyone in the crowd will be singing along to this one.
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