Grant Langston
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Biography Grant Langston grew up in Hartselle, Alabama, on a steady diet of Hank Jr., Jerry Reed, Merle Haggard and gospel quartets. He even joined a gospel quartet, playing bass, and from the ages of 13 to 15 toured around the Southeast U.S. Nashville and all it meant did not suit himself or his style, so he moved to Los Angeles and started making music. In 2000, the first Grant Langston record appeared, All This And Pecan Pie. Since then he’s released five more, which include Road Side Service (featuring a honky tonk version of Queen’s “Fat Bottomed Girls”, and Stand Up Man, a Top 25 Americana chart hit. Grant and his band have toured the U.S. and Europe, opening for the likes of Wayne “The Train” Hancock, Ben Harper, Otis Taylor and Mike Stinson. He’s had many songs placed in film and television, most recently HBO’s “True Blood”, and composed the score to the 2012 award-winning short “Station Zero”. Other random facts: Grant is an avid cross country motorcyclist. His brand is BMW. Grant is an avid drinker of scotch whiskey. His brand is Laphroaig. Grant is an avid collector of old vinyl, which he listens to on a 1973 Kenwood turntable. Grant writes fiction, which no one else will ever read.

 

 

 
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