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@kinagrannis new video! “i knew this would be love” duet with @imaginarytweets watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-_DIvPpxwA&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLB4C10143ECAB0B37 …
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“Cups (When I’m Gone)” — originally by The Carter Family, more recently Lulu and the Lampshades and then Anna Kendrick from the 2012 film, ‘Pitch Perfect’.
Written by: A.P. Carter, Luisa Gerstein and Heloise Tunstall-Behrens
Published by: Peer International & BMG Gold Songs
Few musicians who encounter fame and success are able to maintain the same sincerity that is generally reserved for emerging artists. An exception to rule is singer-songwriter Kina Grannis, whose down-to-earth nature was reflected in the casual yet engaging vibe of her June 23 concert at Lakewood’s Pittsford Park.
Grannis, a completely self-funded and immensely driven individual, has accumulated a substantial fan base on YouTube over several years, drawing listeners in with her charm and unique, soft pop sound. A Mission Viejo native, Grannis has given several free concerts in Lakewood in past years, even though her recent success has brought her to larger venues. It was clear that she genuinely wanted to perform: her nearly permanent smile radiated throughout the entire concert, exuding a warmth that fans gladly accepted.
Grannis played a range of songs at the outdoor concert from her own repertoire as well as several covers, showing her diverse talent. As she opened with “World In Front of Me” from her most recent 2010 album, Stairwells, joined by only her own acoustic guitar and an accompanying cellist, she set the tone for the rest of the evening: relaxed yet simultaneously bubbling with energy. Popular, upbeat hits such as “Valentine,” “In Your Arms,” and “The One You Say Goodnight To” led fans to sing along happily, while Grannis’s softer selections such as “Cambridge” showed her profound ability to express deep emotion through her music.
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I thought this article was written very well and truly expressed everything that was going on throughout the show and the feelings from the fans as well as Kina Kudos for coming from Pasadena too!
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