PRLog - Nov. 15, 2011 - PARK CITY, Utah -- On Wednesday, November 16, 2011 TopBlip is hosting Andy Grammer in Salt Lake City at "In The Venue." Andy Grammer is a pop performer currently based in Los Angeles. Video submissions for the contest were taken from across the United States for a two month time period prior to the start of the competition. Out of the videos submitted, 64 of them made it to the tournament. Over a 10 day period two videos were chosen. Everfound and Ryan Innes will perform live onstage with Andy Grammer on November 16, 2011. Tickets are $15 presale or $20 at the door and can be purchased by visiting: http://www.topblip.com/
Signed to S-Curve records, Andy Grammer was voted as one of Billboard’s 2011 Artists to Watch. Grammer has toured with the Plain White Ts, Josh Kelley and Natasha Bedingfield, among others. Grammer most recently recorded an album in New York and Los Angeles with a collection of top producers, including Matt Wallace (Faith No More, Maroon 5), S*A*M & Sluggo (Train, Neon Trees) and Barrett Yeretsian (Christina Perri). From the buoyant Top 10 hit, “Keep Your Head Up” to the breezy “Fine By Me,” jubilant, horn-laced “The Pocket,” and emotionally-
TopBlip is an online video ranking tool for musicians. The technology can be utilized by record labels looking for new talent, reality music shows, music competitions and showcases across the country. TopBlip is looking for artists to perform onstage with known talent across the United States. To keep it quite simple, it is an American Idol (TopBlip is not affiliated with American Idol) with a social networking twist. Aligning emerging artists with known talent is the best way to utilize this music video ranking tool. Aspiring artists upload videos and compete for prizes, cash, live performances and worldwide recognition and exposure. For more information about TopBlip please visit: http://www.topblip.com.
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