Anna Graceman

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Anna Graceman
Anna Graceman - Graceman Band - Performing at the Pilgrimage Festival, September 25, 2016
Anna Graceman performing at the Pilgrimage Festival in September 2016
Background information
Born Juneau, Alaska, United States
Origin Southeast Alaska, United States
Genres Folk, rock, soul
Occupation(s) Musician, entertainer, singer-songwriter
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • guitar
  • bass guitar
Years active 2009–present
Labels Another Girl Records (Self-published)
Website annagraceman.com

Anna Graceman is an American singer-songwriter and pianist whose self-penned songs and music have gained attention at home and abroad.[1][2] Her style of music incorporates elements of folk, soul and rock. As of 2016 she had written and performed over 70 of her own published songs; writing as well as producing her releases.[3][4][5][6][7] Anna continues to divide her time between her solo projects and her new project - the ‘Graceman’ Band - a trio that includes Allie Graceman (Rhythm/Lead Guitar) and Landon Graceman (Drums).[8][9] Relix Magazine (Women Who Rock - September 2016 Issue) stated that "The now 16-year-old singer-songwriter, who has recently begun to make her mark in Nashville, writes and produces all her own songs and, over the past couple of years, has brought her younger siblings onboard to form a trio they call 'Graceman'."[10][11] On October 4, 2016 Anna Graceman released the band’s first full-length album titled ‘Rebel Days’; written and produced by Anna Graceman.[12][13] From age 9 to age 16, Anna Graceman made appearances on national and local television, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show,[14] CBS,[15] and NBC.[16] On September 21, 2016, Anna Graceman appeared on NBC with her band 'Graceman' to promote the 'Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival' (30k in attendance).[17][18]

Early life[edit]

Anna Graceman was born in Juneau, Alaska, to a stay-at-home mother, who played classical music to her before she was born. At three months old, Anna Graceman's parents started displaying flashcards for her to read and gain word association. This sparked the love of writing music. By the time she was 18 months old, she had memorized the lyrics of many classical and modern tunes. At the age of two, Graceman was not afraid of singing in front of crowds.[19] When she was four, she could play the piano fluently. At the age of 6 years old she wrote her first song, "So I Cried".[20] Graceman states that her family was poor while growing up in Alaska. The mini-van that her mother drove didn't have a working radio or CD player in it, so her mother would sing to her while they were driving. Driving time meant singing time.[21][22]

In 2009, at the age of 9 years old, Graceman made many appearances on American national television[23][24] including The Ellen DeGeneres Show (October 7, 2009) and performed her song "Paradise".[25] Later in 2011, at the age of 11, she gained wider popularity with her performances in the sixth season of the America's Got Talent competition.[26] In 2013, she performed 43 shows at The Palazzo Theater in The Venetian Hotel and Resort for eight weeks. Her performances there brought her critical acclaim.[27] Graceman has a substantial Internet presence. Collectively, her YouTube views exceed 150 million views. Her America's Got Talent audition video alone has over 35 million views as of December 23, 2013.[28][better source needed] In 2012, Disney approached Graceman and requested the right to non-exclusively license her early original YouTube videos. They can be found in the video section of Disney's website.[29] In April 2013, the International Songwriting Competition announced that Graceman had been announced as one of their finalists. The judges include such notable songwriters as Tom Waits, Jeff Beck, Bernie Taupin and Mark Foster[30] In 2014, Anna Graceman stated that she had moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue her songwriting and work with the musicians there.[31]

On September 2016, Relix Magazine said, "This is hardly a run-of-the-mill adolescence, Graceman has stayed grounded through it all, remembering where she came from and how it all started." [32][33]

Singer-songwriter[edit]

From the age of 6 to 16, Graceman had reportedly written, released and performed seventy of her songs. Many self-released as singles and album compilations.[34][35] She writes both the lyrics and the melodies for all of her songs,[36] and typically only sings and performs her own material. Nearly all of her known songs have been released by her on her YouTube[37] and Soundcloud channels. Her Soundcloud channel appears the most complete, with rare and early versions available.[38][39][40]

Notable appearances and performances[edit]

October 7, 2009 – Ellen: Graceman appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and performed an original song she wrote called "Paradise".[41] DeGeneres praised her performance.[42] Graceman said that her family had been putting videos up on YouTube since April 2008. She uploaded "Paradise" in August 2009. Someone at YouTube took notice of the video, and decided to feature her among a small group of child musicians. After watching Graceman's "Paradise" video, DeGeneres invited her to sing it on the show.[43] (Graceman said it was great fun and a great experience.) During that episode, DeGeneres invited her back to meet Taylor Swift on a subsequent show.[44]

April 20, 2010 – 36th Alaska Folk Festival: Graceman performed at the annual festival along with other folk and bluegrass bands. A local reviewer stated, "There were several sets where the young and gifted stole the show, making me realize I was watching Juneau's version of "Who's Got Talent" – particularly when 10-year-old Anna Graceman sang all her original songs."[45]

Summer, 2011 – America's Got Talent Season Six: At her audition, Graceman performed "If I Ain't Got You" by Alicia Keys while accompanying herself on the keyboard. She received a standing ovation from Howie Mandel, Piers Morgan, and Sharon Osbourne, the show's three judges.[46] Her audition video went viral on the Internet and caught the attention of the mainstream press.[47][48][49] The video garnered over 28 million views on YouTube, the most of any America's Got Talent audition video.[50] In the Vegas round, Graceman performed "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele, again playing the keyboard. In the quarterfinals, she performed "What a Wonderful World" (Louis Armstrong). The judges' unanimous acclaim reflected the votes she gained, qualifying her for the semi-finals.[51][52] Her self-accompanied performance of "Home Sweet Home" (Mötley Crüe) earned her another standing ovation from the judges, and a spot in the Top 10.[53][54][55][56][57] As the competition was becoming tougher and the judges expected more, Graceman went with something different for that round; her song was "True Colors" (Cyndi Lauper), but for the first time on the show, she performed without the keyboard.[58][59][60] She fell short of making the finals.

October 28–30, 2011 – Caesars Palace Colosseum: Graceman participated in America's Got Talent Live along with other season six favorites, including Landon Swank, Team iLuminate, and winner Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.[61] At the request of Caesars Palace, she returned to the Colosseum for the following New Year's Eve concert.[62]

October 11, 2012 – The Great American Music Hall: Graceman opened for Grammy-nominated group The Lumineers as part of the INgrooves Fontana ten-year anniversary at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Other notable acts included Caveman, Little Hurricane and The Crystal Method.[63]

February 25, 2013 – Palazzo-Venetian Theater Residency: Graceman performed at the Palazzo Theatre in the Venetian for seven weeks (43 shows).[64][65] Famed reporter Robin Leach saw and wrote:

An unexpected teenage star was born Monday when ... Anna Graceman, just 13, stole the show! The triple-threat talent hails from the wilds of Alaska, but she sings well enough to rival Alicia Keys. She also plays piano as grand as Sir Elton John and writes songs as gifted as Adele and her idol, Taylor Swift. Incredibly, it’s her second starring spot on The Strip. As an 11-year-old on Season 6 of the top-rated NBC series, Anna was part of the touring version when it stopped for two nights at Caesars Palace in 2011. Her debut album was released last year. It was an incredible performance Monday night. It won her wild applause and a standing ovation. The pint-sized charmer is one giant talent and here now for seven weeks. I know she will one day return to The Strip headlining in her own right.[66][67]

August 28, 2014 – Inaugural YouTube Music Night in Los Angeles: Graceman performed at the first YouTube Music Night in Los Angeles. The event was held at the studios in the YoutubeSpaceLA facilities.[68][69]

October 29, 2014 – Inaugural YouTube Music Night in Nashville, Tennessee: Graceman performed at the first YouTube Music Night in Nashville, Tennessee. The event was held at the Pinewood Social Event Center in downtown Nashville.[70][71]

September 25, 2016 - Pilgrimage Music Festival: Anna Graceman and the Graceman band performed at the 2nd annual Pilgrimage Festival in Franklin, TN. The line up included Beck, The Struts, Kacey Musgraves, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Kaleo, Shakey Graves, Cake, The Arcs, Anderson East to name a few.[72] The Festival was produced by Executive Producers Kevin Griffin and Justin Timberlake.[73] Anna Graceman appeared on NBC WSMV TV in Nashville to promote the festival.[74] The estimated attendance of the festival was 30,000 people over two days.[75]

Another Girl records[edit]

Anna Graceman records for her own independent label, Another Girl Records. The label has a worldwide distribution deal through Ingrooves Fontana.[76][77]

Graceman (Band)[edit]

Anna Graceman, Allie Graceman, Landon Graceman - 2016
Anna Graceman, Allie Graceman, Landon Graceman - 2016

Anna Graceman announced the creation of the band called Graceman,[78] with her two siblings.[79] The band's style of music incorporates elements of folk, soul and rock,[80][81] its members are :

  • Anna Graceman – piano, keyboards, bass, vocals
  • Allie Graceman – guitar, vocals
  • Landon Graceman – drums, percussion

The band 'Graceman' released their first full-length album on October 4, 2016. It was released as digital download[82] on Anna's record label 'Another Girl Records'. Produced and written by Anna Graceman.[83]

Eponymous album, Graceman 'Rebel Days' album and other releases[edit]

September 25, 2012 – Anna Graceman: Graceman's eponymous album was released and consisted of ten songs: "Showtime" (her first single, released two months earlier), "Crazy World", "You're a Mystery", "Change Is Coming", "Superstar", "Can We Figure It Out?", "The Only One", "That's Who I Am", "Whispers", and "Lexi's Lullaby".[84] The album was produced primarily by Will Hollis (music director for The Eagles and Shania Twain). The track "Superstar" was produced by Grammy-award-winning Darius Harrison aka Deezle.[85][86]

October 4, 2016 – Rebel Days: 'Rebel Days' is the 'Graceman' band's first album release. The band members are Anna Graceman, Landon Graceman and Allie Graceman. Anna Graceman leads the young trio. Anna says that the 13 track LP “is the closest listening experience to hearing us live”.[87] The album represents 13 songs that they have routinely played at shows around the country between 2014 - 2016. Anna states that all of the songs on the album were written by her with the exception of 'Storm' which was written by Allie Graceman. Anna Graceman Produced the album at 'Blackbird Studios' in Nashville, TN.[88]

Notable musicians Anna Graceman has worked with[edit]

Will Hollis Keys (Eagles)[89] Keys and multi-instrumentalist on Anna Graceman's eponymous album (multiple songs)
Ricky Lawson Drums (Michael Jackson) Drums on Anna Graceman's song "Superstar"[90]
Chuck Sabo Drums (Elton John) Drums on Anna Graceman's songs "Already Fallin'", "Speak to Me", "Living in Denial", "High Places"
Randy Hope Taylor Bassist (Jeff Beck) Bass on Anna Graceman's songs "Already Fallin'", "Speak to Me", "Living in Denial", "High Places"
Peter Thorn Guitarist (Melissa Etheridge) Guitarist on Anna Graceman's eponymous album (multiple songs)
Pete Maloney Drums (Dishwalla) Drums for Anna Graceman's live performances at the Colosseum, Caesar's Palace, Vegas[91]
Lance Morrison Bassist (Eagles) Bassist on Anna Graceman's eponymous album (multiple songs)[92]
Dave Barry Guitarist (Janet Jackson) Guitarist for Anna Graceman's live performances at the Colosseum, Caesar's Palace, Vegas[93]
Andre Bowman Bassist (Black Eyed Peas) Bassist on Anna Graceman's song Superstar
Michael Farrell Keys (Morrissey) played keys for Anna during numerous live and televised events. AGT, NBC and Hallmark Channel.
Matt Laug Drums (Alanis Morissette) Drums on Anna Graceman's eponymous album (multiple songs)
Justin Salter Drums (Scary Kids Scaring Kids) Multi-instrumentalist on "Have I Told You", "So Complicated", "Words"
Brent Mason Guitarist (George Strait) Guitarist on Anna Graceman's songs "Already Fallin'", "Speak to Me", "Living in Denial", "High Places", "Miles Away", "IDK", "Poison", "Blink", "Never Meant to Me"[94]
John Hobbs Piano and Organ (Barbra Streisand) Piano and Organ on "Miles Away", "IDK"[95]
Eddie Bayers Drums (Peter Frampton) Drums on "Miles Away", "IDK", "Poison", "Blink", "Never Meant to Me"[96]
Bobby Terry Acoustic Guitarist (Trace Adkins) Acoustic Guitar on "Miles Away", "IDK", "Poison", "Leap of Faith", "Blink", "Never Meant to Me"[97]
Sam Bacco Percussion (Lady Antebellum) Percussion on "Miles Away", "IDK"[98]
Glenn Worf Bass (Dire Straits) Bass on "Miles Away", "IDK"[99]
Jim Horn Saxophone (The Beatles) Saxophone on "Miles Away", "IDK", "Leap of Faith"[100]
Buddy Hyatt Piano and Organ (Toto (band)) Piano and Organ on "Poison", "Leap of Faith", "Blink", "Never Meant to Me"[101]
Mark Fain Bass (John Fogerty) Bass on "Poison", "Leap of Faith", "Blink", "Never Meant to Me"[102]


Bootleg/unofficial remixes[edit]

Anna Graceman's songs have been sampled, re-sampled, remixed and covered by artists, producers and fans.[103][104] Many of these have been done reportedly without her permission.[105] Two notable examples is Anna Graceman's song 'Treble Heart' and 'Words'.[106][107][108] Both have been sampled and remixed thousands of times on soundcloud, musical.ly and YouTube. The number of streams and views of these bootleg and unofficial versions count in the millions.[109]

Internet presence[edit]

Graceman has a substantial Internet presence. Graceman first started making her music available to the public by first uploading to YouTube on April 30, 2008. She appears 7 or 8 years old in her earliest videos.[110] Her total number of unique views on her original music YouTube videos surpassed 150 million as of November 7, 2016.[111] As of November 7, 2016, she has 145,846 subscribers and 41,819,836 views on her primary YouTube channel.[112] Collectively, her YouTube views exceed 150 million views. Her America's Got Talent audition video alone has over 35 million views as of December 23, 2013.[113][better source needed]

Producer[edit]

Since the beginning of 2014, Graceman has produced all of her released music. These include "Speak to Me", "Living in Denial", "High Places", "Already Fallin", "IDK", "Miles Away", "Poison", "Never Meant to Me", "Leap of Faith", "Blink", "Heartbreaking Truth",[114] "Remember", "Rain", as well as the full length 'Graceman' album "Rebel Days".[115][116] Some of the selected musicians she has used in the production of her songs include Chuck Sabo,[117] Brent Mason, Randy Hope-Taylor, John Hobbs, Jim Horn, Glenn Worf, Bobby Terry and Eddie Bayers[118][119][120]

Musical influences[edit]

Graceman credits Carole King, Alicia Keys, Adele, Taylor Swift, Motown, and The Beatles as her main inspirations.[121][122]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details
Anna Graceman
  • Artist: Anna Graceman
  • Released: September 25, 2012
  • Label: Another Girl Records (Self-Published)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Rebel Days
  • Artist: Graceman
  • Released: October 4, 2016
  • Label: Another Girl Records (Self-Published)
  • Formats: digital download

All currently released music by Anna Graceman[edit]

List of songs currently released by Anna Graceman
Title Notes Year
"So I Cried" 2006
"Heart and Hands" 2006
"Dressed in Blue" 2006
"You Knew Me" 2006
"Hush Little Baby" 2008
"It's Love" 2008
"Give Me Your Heart" 2008
"Silly Dreamer" 2009
"River Road" 2009
"Longer and Longer" 2009
"Paradise" 2009
"Take Me Where I Want To Go" 2009
"Believe" 2009
"Freakin Out (Don't Bring Me Down)" 2009
"Me and My Piano" 2009
"Army of One" 2009
"Gift for Always" 2009
"Gift for Christmas" 2009
"Have I Told You" 2010
"Dancing on Cobblestones" 2010
"Can We Figure It Out" 2010
"Winter Rain" 2010
"New Pair of Shoes" 2010
"Unexpected" 2010
"Superstar" 2010
"Broken Hearted" 2010
"So Complicated (Crystal Chandelier)" 2010
"Crazy World" 2010
"Lexi's Lullaby" 2011
"See You in My Memories" 2011
"Everybody Makes Mistakes" 2011
"Showtime" Track 1 on debut album 2012
"Crazy World" Track 2 on debut album 2012
"You're A Mystery" Track 3 on debut album 2012
"Change Is Coming" Track 4 on debut album 2012
"Superstar" Track 5 on debut album 2012
"Can We Figure It Out" Track 6 on debut album 2012
"The Only One" Track 7 on debut album 2012
"That's Who I Am" Track 8 on debut album 2012
"Whispers" Track 9 on debut album 2012
"Lexi's Lullaby" Track 10 on debut album 2012
"Time Machine" Single 2013
"Words" Single 2013
"Words – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2013
"Next Generation" Single 2014
"Next Generation – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2014
"Treble Heart" Single 2014
"Treble Heart – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2014
"Already Fallin" Single 2014
"Already Fallin' – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2014
"High Places" Single 2014
"High Places' – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2014
"Living in Denial" Single 2014
"Living in Denial – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2014
"Speak To Me" Single 2014
"Speak To Me – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2014
"IDK" Single 2015
"IDK – (Acoustic Version)" Single 2015
"Miles Away" Single 2015
"Poison" Single 2015
"Poison – (extended version)" Single 2015
"Never Meant to Me -(Graceman Band Version)" Single 2015
"Never Meant to Me" Single 2015
"Blink" Single 2015
"Ghost Town" Single 2016
"Ghost Town (Extended version)" Single 2016
"Dust" Single 2016
"Dust – (acoustic version)" Single 2016
"Dust – (Graceman band version)" Single 2016
"Heartbreaking Truth" Single 2016
"Heartbreaking Truth – (acoustic version)" Single 2016
"Blink – (acoustic version)" Single 2016
"Remember" Single 2016
"Remember – (acoustic version)" Single 2016
"Rain - (Live Version)" Single 2016
"Rebel Days" Track 1 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Who We Are" Track 2 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Easily Distracted" Track 3 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Glass Walls" Track 4 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Pocket Change" Track 5 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Nightmare" Track 6 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Tiny Girl" Track 7 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Christina" Track 8 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Sidewalk Chalk" Track 9 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Just Friends" Track 10 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Never Meant to Me" Track 11 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Storm" Track 12 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016
"Dust" Track 13 on Rebel Days 'Graceman' Album 2016

References[edit]

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  100. ^ Anna Graceman mentions working with Jim Horn in Nashville. Retrieved on November 5, 2014
  101. ^ Anna Graceman mentions working with Jim Horn in Nashville. Retrieved on November 5, 2014
  102. ^ Anna Graceman mentions working with Mark Fain in Nashville. Retrieved on May 29, 2015
  103. ^ Jasmine Thompson, DJ Vice and Skizzy Mars heavily samples Anna Graceman's song 'Treble Heart'. Their version has been renamed 'Steady 1234' and relies heavily on Anna Graceman's hook in 'Treble Heart'. Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  104. ^ this is a soundcloud playlist that anna posted that links to some of the bootleg remixes producers have done of her songs without her permission Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  105. ^ this is a soundcloud playlist that anna posted that links to some of the bootleg remixes producers have done of her songs without her permission Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  106. ^ edm producer remixes Anna Graceman's song 'Words' - song goes viral Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  107. ^ producer remixes Anna Graceman's song 'Already Fallin' - song goes viral Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  108. ^ viral remix of Anna Graceman's song 'Treble Heart' goes viral Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  109. ^ Lisa and Lena of musical.ly cover a bootleg remix of Anna Graceman's song Treble Heart (a steady beat goes 1234) goes viral Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  110. ^ Anna Graceman's first song uploaded to YouTube Retrieved on May 27, 2013
  111. ^ Anna Graceman's subscriber and view count mentioned as part of the rumer willis tour, anna graceman opening for rumer willis
  112. ^ Anna Graceman's subscriber and view count on YouTube
  113. ^ Anna Graceman Sings "If I Aint Got You" by Alicia Keys Retrieved on September 23, 2013 Archived January 15, 2016, at the Wayback Machine.
  114. ^ the magazine Music Connection reviews Heartbreaking Truth. Retrieved on November 10, 2016
  115. ^ the Franklin Theatre states that she is producing all of her music. Retrieved on November 7, 2016
  116. ^ Anna Graceman states that she is producing much of her recent music and lists musicians she is working with. Retrieved on November 7, 2014
  117. ^ Anna Graceman working with Chuck Sabo. Retrieved on November 5, 2014
  118. ^ Anna Graceman lists top session musicians she is currently Producing with. Retrieved on November 5, 2014
  119. ^ Anna Graceman Produces her song "Speak to Me". Retrieved on November 5, 2014.
  120. ^ Anna Graceman states that she is producing much of her recent music and lists musicians she is working with. Retrieved on November 7, 2014
  121. ^ Anna Graceman interviewed at Scholastic Books. Celebrityinterviews.tumblr.com (February 21, 2010). Retrieved on December 30, 2012.
  122. ^ Anna Graceman interview. Celebrityinterviews.tumblr.com (February 21, 2010). Retrieved on December 30, 2012.

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