Growing up in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, spending his college years in New York and London, and eventually settling in Los Angeles, Grant’s music greatly reflects his roaming lifestyle. A singer-songwriter by trade and a wanderer by nature, his music always carries influences from the places he’s been and more often than not the places he’s dreamt of. While still strongly anchored in the musical traditions he grew up with, Grant’s music continues to evolve and change with him, drifting in and out of modern, classic, and folk sounds. With over one hundred and fifty songs in his ever-expanding catalog and lots of performance experience, Grant is an intense and fresh artist both live and when recorded. He has opened for Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root and has been playing music for over fifteen years with multiple instruments, including guitar, bass, vocals, piano, harmonica, ‘ukulele, and trombone. In Los Angeles he has appeared at venues such as The Hotel Cafe, The Viper Room, and Adults Only. A prolific writer and recorder, his first album, “We’ll All Know Soon,” released in 2021, illustrates a plunge into adulthood and the realization that growing out of who you once were is a chaotic but liberating experience. Shortly after that, he released “Meadowsongs,” an effortless ode to his hometown that suggests most of life’s beauty is found simply in the places and people that surround us. In 2022, Grant released his third album, "Room," a resoundingly emotional documentation of his first year in Los Angeles and traveling the west coast. Recent forays into starting a band and an exploration of country/western music prove that Grant is constantly searching for and forging new sounds, songs, and music with a profound sense of discovering the future, and a reverence for what came before.