Singer and Songwriter, Andy Grammer, stopped by Seacrest Studios at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) to perform and speak with the patients. Andy has just finished his first headlining tour.
Andy told the patients that he rarely gets scared before going on stage, explaining, “As long as you prepare and practice then you have nothing to be nervous about.” He also shared that while he doesn’t really get nervous, he did get star struck when he met Sarah Bareilles for the first time.
After performing his hit song Keep Your Head Up, Andy took to the floors of CHOC and provided mini bedside concerts for the patients that couldn’t make it down to the studio. He even had patients sing along to his songs and provided a cover of a John Mayer song by request.
Andy is looking forward to completing his new album in the near future along with performing on this season of the Bachelor.
We thank Andy for making this visit a special moment for our patients and look forward to visiting with him again when he is back in Orange County.