The Milwaukee-born, now Brooklyn-based Grace Weber has had a pretty commendable uprising in the music industry, having sung on "Showtime at the Apollo" in Harlem, the Kennedy Center, the Ella Awards, the TODAY show, and even The Oprah Winfrey Show… all by the time she turned 22.
1st Look Loves: Indie Soul Songstress Grace Weber
But still, this young talent maintains a career that's a bit under the radar, maintaining the integrity and authenticity that she's extremely proud of. “I think we borrow from a few different genres, including pop, old school singer/songwriter and jazz. The core of my music always comes back to a modern version of ‘soul,' in that I try to tell stories through my lyrics that I hope can touch people, and I always try to sing from an honest place,” Weber says. And her latest album release, Hope & Heart, epitomizes just that.
Billboard's "Artist to Watch" is now looking at a chance to perform at Austin's highly acclaimed South by Southwest music festival, but it all depends on your votes! Watch her latest video "Everything to Me" and decide whether this beautiful young talent should grace us with her voice at music venues to come! She's got our vote!
New Album Hope & Heart in stores now.
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