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THE GRAND SOUTHERN performs the song "TRADED HEAVEN" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY XAVIER BRINKMAN
The Grand Southern – Dash Hutton [vocals, drums] and Jesse Tyre Karp [vocals, guitar] - formed in Laurel Canyon which stands at the epicenter of a rich musical history. Though five decades removed from its renaissance, the duo conjure the area’s spirit on their 2017 EP, Traded Heaven. It’s a rustic pastiche of Americana lyricism, heartland energy, pensive folk, and uplifting rock woven together by resounding piano chords, robust guitar, roots-y harmonica, sweeping synths, and heavenly harmony. It’s a style that first gestated in 2014 when Jesse and Dash penned a few songs by the pool at the Hutton Family's canyon home.
The Grand Southern independently released their tracks “Good Things” and “Not My Time” which landed placements on ABC’s Nashville, A&E’s Bates Motel, and more. Meanwhile, they appeared in an episode of FX’s Married as the bar band with two of their songs “Break My Heart Again” and “After All” featured on the show. It all laid the groundwork for the creation of the upcoming EP Traded Heaven. The twosome recorded in 2016 with GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer Dave Way, keyboardist Tommy King, pedal steel hero Greg Leisz, bassist Johnny Flaugher, and singers Rachel Fannan and Renee Olstead.
CREDITS / SPONSORS
Producer/Talent Booker: Cindi Avnet
Videographer: Scott Velasquez
Recorded by: Mateo Barragan
Mixed by: Mateo Baragan
Photos: Scott Velasquez
PA: Yael Kempe
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