Anna Graceman to Perform Free Set, Friday, January 25th at NAMM Convention in Anaheim, California

Press Release - January 11, 2013

(ANAHEIM, CA)         Anna Graceman, the 13 year old singer-songwriter who’s been blowing people away with her performances on big and little screens and, more recently, football stadiums, announced today that she is scheduled to perform a set at the annual gathering of NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) in Anaheim, CA.

Anna is set to perform a set with her band at the Anaheim Convention Center’s Grand Plaza Main Stage on Friday, January 25th, the second day of NAMM, at 3pm sharp.  For the first time ever, the Grand Plaza Main Stage is open to the public and doesn’t require a convention pass.

Anna will be supporting her sponsor, Grand Illusion Pianos, a producer of performance quality piano shells.  Anna recently used one of Grand Illusion’s baby grand piano shells on a Christmas time performance on the Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family” morning show.

In September 2012 Anna released her debut, self-titled album and since then it’s been a whirlwind of television performances and interviews with magazines like Seventeen, Scholastic and J-14.  In December, Anna appeared live in front of the largest audience of her career – more than 63,000 football fans at the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals football team, where she performed the National Anthem to thunderous applause.

The NAMM performance will mark the first live set where Anna will perform with her full band.  Fans are invited to attend the free performance.

Anna is perhaps best known for her Top 10 finish on America’s Got Talent in 2011.  Since then the young performer has amassed more than 50 Million views on YouTube.  The popular singles from Anna Graceman – “Showtime,” “Crazy World,” “That’s Who I Am,” continue to rack up significant views on Anna’s YouTube channel.

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