After this month’s residency cancellation, 2010 “America’s Got Talent” winner Michael Grimm has now confirmed some new shows in Vegas at Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel, which are all free to the public.
- July 3 – 10:30pm Show
- July 4 – 10:30pm Show
- July 24 – 9pm Show
- July 25 – 9pm Show
He’s performing in support of his latest album, GRIMM, which was released June 15 via his Mattikay Records label to online retail outlets worldwide. Funded by fans through Kickstarter, the highly anticipated album was recently launched with the release of the first single, “Generation Next,” which can be heard on his official website.
Videos for “Generation Next” and the newly-released “Black and White” can be seen on his official YouTube page here: www.youtube.com/user/michaelgrimmone.
“This album has been in the works for many years,” Michael exclaims. “Most of the songs you will hear on this album were written by Kevin Hunter and myself. Eight months went in to working on the music production and album artwork, and I’m extremely proud to present my newest album, GRIMM. We couldn’t have done this without the fans! Thank you so much!”
“I couldn’t think of a more complimentary venue for the new look, style and sound of the new album,” Michael says. “Can’t wait to see you all there!”
Thanks to his first-place finish on “America’s Got Talent,” Michael took home the $1 million prize and headlined the first-ever U.S. “America’s Got Talent Tour.” Following the trek, he toured with Stevie Nicks and Heart, performing in front of tens of thousands of fans across the country.
After releasing five albums on his own (which are available on his website, Amazon and iTunes), Michael’s self-titled major label debut album was released in the spring of 2011 on Sony/Epic Records and reached #14 on Billboard’s “Top 200 Albums” chart. It was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Don Was (The Rolling Stones, Elton John, B.B. King) and featured some legendary talent, including Ann Wilson (Heart), Ian McLagan (Faces, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer), Davey Faragher (Elvis Costello), and Greg Leisz (The Eagles), Kenny Aronoff on drums and Waddy Wachtel on guitar.