Budweiser Made In America Nashville Party
Kill Paris, Chancellor Warhol
1402 Clinton St.
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Budweiser Made In America Nashville Party ft. GRiZ w/ Kill Paris & Chancellor Warhol
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Today at age 27, GRiZ (or Grant Kwiecinski, to his mom) is coming off a massive 2016 with no signs of slowing down. His latest release, “Good Will Prevail” (via his All Good Records imprint) debuted at #1 on the electronic charts while simultaneously being available for free download -- Following up his previous releases, Say It Loud, Rebel Era and Mad Liberation. A nationwide fall tour saw the artist headlining some of the countries top venues from sold out concerts at Chicago’s Navy Pier, to the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the Detroit Masonic Temple in his beloved hometown. Just this year alone, the sax man released six singles that all claimed the coveted #1 spot on Hype Machine’s most popular charts. GRiZ is gearing up for another monumental festival season and preparing to make 2017 his biggest year yet.
With engines in high gear, both fans and critics alike have all caught wind what GRiZ has been throwing down. Billboard has called the music “brilliant” with DJ Mag clamoring “more than all good – it’s great!” GRiZ has become a champion of the live electronic landscape; effortlessly blending improvised saxophone, guitar, vocals and more over booming bass lines, hard drops, and some of the most creative transitions in the game. It’s no surprise that GRiZ’s show stealing performances have reached the main stages at festivals ranging from Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza to Electric Forest, Outside Lands & more!
Most recently, GRiZ has turned his attention back on his hometown of Detroit. After numerous sold out concerts, the artist has started a fundraising effort with the help of his street team and dedicated fan base. In 2016 alone, they collective raised over $50,000 for Little Kids Rock – an amazing organization that helps fund music education within public schools. Together with the help of LKR and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, GRiZ and All Good Records are working to provide Detroit’s youth with the music education they deserve. GRiZ’s fundraising efforts do not end with the city of Detroit. The artist is an active philanthropist regularly using his platform to raise awareness and funds for a variety of causes; from The ACLU to local food banks and dog shelters.
So what’s next? More great music, massive performances and even more surprises that to come along the way. In addition to building his own brand, GRiZ will continue to develop artists that inspire him under his self-run record label All Good Records. Speaking of growing – if you find yourself in Colorado, you might want to check out “GRiZ Kush”, the artist’s own cannabis cup award winning strain of weed; sold legally at dispensary’s throughout the state. All things considered, bring on the next chapter. GRiZ is ready.
Show Love Spread Love.
Kill Paris began his journey into music composition at age 16 learning how to play the guitar, which soulfully reflects in his Future Funk style and bass guitar riffs in his music today.
After receiving his recording arts degree in Florida, he moved to Nashville, TN, the heart of Rock/Country in the U.S. and produced for and performed with several Country music bands/singers. But it was his attraction to electronic music composition that led him into the heart of Los Angeles, California where he currently resides today.
In the summer of 2012 he began to receive attention from some well-known EDM blog sites, testifying his undying love to Lana Del Ray, and earning some highly sot after Features from Dubstep.net, and ThisSongIsSick.com, which helped propel his music into the ears of larger masses. His success in the EDM blog-sphere online helped launch his touring carrier in late 2012 and early 2013, where he's spent the majority of his time traveling and performing for venues and festivals in cities all across the country, including Ultra Music Festival Miami.
While juggling his touring career, Kill Paris has managed to release a 9 track EP on Skrillex's record label, Owsla, and individually release several other official remixes for artists such as Nelly Furtado, and No Doubt. His most recent release, a remix of Rudimental's "Feel the Love", charted #1 on Beatport's Top100 GlitchHop tracks, and also charted on the overall Top100 tracks for all genres.
Expect a 2nd EP due to release in fall of 2013.
"I am the thread that accents, not the fabric that overwhelms." Once in a while, true artistry comes along and the world takes notice. Chancellor Warhol is such an artist. Born Antonio Dewayne Boleyjack in Nashville, TN, Chancellor Warhol grew up engulfed in the diverse Nashville sound that shapes his very own music today. Combined with the natural love for fashion and design, he is an artist making his creative mark on the world.
Channeling an electro-rap style that is uniquely his own, Warhol released his first solo album, Japanese Lunchbox in 2010 (Voted Best Rap Album of 2010 by the Nashville Scene). His unconventional sound has earned him a place on stage at 2011's Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Sundance Film Festival, Atlanta's A3C and headlining Next Big Nashville's Soundland music festival. Warhol has also supported a long list of artists, including Questlove, Kid Cudi, G-Side, Wallpaper, and Yelawolf. His music has been featured on several indie films as well as E! Network's Khloe & Lamar, HBO(Less Than Kind), ABC(Charlie's Angels), Fuel TV and the GenArt Film Festival's award winning film, Saeng-il (Birthday) as well as mentions in Rolling Stone and The Examiner .
A dictator of his own art, Chancellor Warhol continues to redefine music genres and produce a matchless sound in his sophomore album, The Silver Factory (which was released September 13th). In 2012, Warhol has released a free mixtape (Playlist for Edie) and will be performing at SXSW, Rites of Spring, and Lollapalooza; he was also selected to be part of the Google Music Magnified Artist program that launched with a performance at the Sundance Film Festival.