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Grouplove also performed songs from their 2011 debut full-length album, Never Trust A Happy Song, including "Tongue Tied," "Itchin' On A Photograph" and "Colours." "Honestly, if we can keep doing this and stay close friends and make music that we believe in, and live off of it, I think we're living the dream," said vocalist/keyboardist Hannah Hooper.Grouplove comprise Sean Gadd (bass/vocals), Hooper, Ryan Rabin (drums), Andrew Wessen (guitar/vocals), and Christian Zucconi (vocals/guitar), all of whom met and bonded on the island of Crete in Greece. Grouplove are currently on tour throughout the United States, with dates scheduled through November.This year dance reached maturity with a Friday headlining spot on the big stage where a majority of the fest's 25,000 attendees could watch.And most did for a massive three-hour dance party that kicked off with fireworks announcing the beginning of Girl Talk's set of appropriated pop collages and ended with Pretty Lights transforming the space into a late-night rave. has not lost touch with the indie rock upon which its reputation was built.The quintet released a self-titled six-song EP in January 2011, which was followed by their full-length debut album, Never Trust A Happy Song, later that year. 11 were singer/songwriter LP and GRAMMY-winning band Phoenix. Los Angeles-based indie rock quintet Grouplove recently visited The Recording Academy's headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., to participate in an exclusive interview and perform a brief acoustic concert.
"If we would have had that kind of opportunity at our schools, I think we would have [listened].” Grouplove comprise Rabin, Sean Gadd (bass/vocals), Hannah Hooper (keyboards/vocals), Andrew Wessen (guitar/vocals), and Christian Zucconi (vocals/guitar), all of whom met and bonded on the island of Crete in Greece. Grouplove are set to release Spreading Rumours on Sept. Joining Grouplove on the bill for the GRAMMY Foundation's benefit concert on Aug. They will begin an Australian tour in January 2014.The program culminated on July 22 at the GRAMMY Camp Showcase Concert at the El Rey Theatre.Produced entirely by the GRAMMY Camp participants, the concert featured students performing original songs created during GRAMMY Camp, including "Ninety-Nine Percent" by Larry's Scooter featuring Noah Jessup, "That Ain't Enough" by P. Bucknor featuring Patrick Bucknor and Kaya Lynch, "My Mystery" by Drop The Biscuit featuring Christopher Cobbs. Tickets are available only at com beginning at 10 a.m. General admission tickets are .50 per person and VIP balcony tickets are .50."This group of talented youngsters has been charged with the challenging task of creating new music and new multimedia projects, all in a little more than one week," said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy and the GRAMMY Foundation. The final installment of the eighth annual GRAMMY Camp will take place in New York from Aug. The GRAMMY Foundation announced today that GRAMMY-winning band Phoenix, Los Angeles-based indie band Grouplove and pop/rock singer/songwriter LP will perform a benefit concert for the GRAMMY Foundation's GRAMMY in the Schools music education programs on Aug. "It's truly inspiring to see artists give their time and talent to support our GRAMMY Foundation mission and programs," said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy and the GRAMMY Foundation.
GRAMMY Camp is the GRAMMY Foundation's signature music industry camp for U. "We work throughout the year to offer GRAMMY in the Schools programs to high school students, teachers and schools, and the generosity of Phoenix, Grouplove and LP will help provide much needed fundraising resources, while delivering a spectacular show for their fans." Phoenix won their first career GRAMMY in 2009 for Best Alternative Music Album for Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix.
She began her music career as the frontwoman for a New York-based band Lionfish during the late '90s.