Steve Grand: "All American Boy Tour at the "Best Gay Bar In The World"
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ADDITIONAL STANDING ROOM ONLY MAY BE AVAILABLE THE NIGHT OF THE EVENT!
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The summer wind blows in again for ONE NIGHT ONLY with Steve Grand at MO's Universe at on Saturday, October 19th 2013 for Kickers Country Night. Steve Grand will deliver a full concert set at Urban MO's Bar & Grill - The Best Gay Bar In The World - showing San Diego how Midwest boys like to party with his hits "All American Boy" and smash follow up "Stay". A meet & greet for ticket holders will follow his performance.
Grand, an aspiring songwriter released the YouTube video for "All-American Boy" a country tinged pop/rock ballad about unrequited love that has attracted more than 2.2 million views and thousands of fans on Facebook and Twitter. Grand will be performing his full 45-minute concert set.
TICKETS: Standing Room Only ($12 + e-ticket fee).
75 LIMITED Pre-Sale Tickets will be available at Urban MO's on Thursday October 3rd from 6pm-9pm during Kickers Country Night.
Additional tickets available online at 10am, on October 8th at www.mosuniverse.com
Additional Information on Steve Grand at:
Download Steve Grand's songs at: www.stevegrand.bandcamp.com
Steve Grand has been writing music since the age of eleven, and dreaming about recording and performing for as long as he can remember. Yet, only recently, did he decide that he was "ready" to take his shot at building a career as an artist. And was he ever!
The release of his first original song and music video, "All-American Boy" on YouTube on July 2, 2013, was an overnight success, accumulating more than 1.5 million views in the first two weeks! The song struck a chord with thousands of people who were deeply moved that Steve had expressed so beautifully their personal story of unrequited longing, through the well-written and relatable country-tinged rock ballad.
Born in Chicago and raised in Lemont, Illinois, Steve struggled for many years to accept himself as a gay person. Always feeling like an "outsider," he turned to music for comfort and strength, taking piano lessons and teaching himself to play guitar and flute. In high school, Steve participated in show choir, and marching band, as well as singing or playing in multiple bands with other music-oriented peers. As a Senior, he was an Illinois Music Educators Association Finalist in voice. With his father and brother, Steve enjoyed scouting, ultimately attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Steve completed his Freshman year of college in the music business program at Belmont University in Nashville, before returning to Chicago to attend community college and the University of Illinois at Chicago. With a deep sense that music is the only thing he could ever do in life, Steve put his college career "on hold" in 2011 to focus on writing and recording original music. In the two years since, he has produced a substantial catalog of compositions and recordings, some of which he plans to release shortlymost likely in the form of an independently produced EP.
Steve has held various jobs in restaurants, bars and modeling and, until recently, made his living by performing weekly at Chicago music venue, The Joynt, and as a music leader at four Catholic churches in the Chicago area.
Urban MO's Bar & Grill (View)
308 University Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|