|Triple-platinum recording artist Andy Grammer checked out Charlotte |
Motor Speedwaybefore his concert on May 21. (CMS/Aaron Burns photo)
- Triple-platinum recording artist Andy Grammer toured Charlotte Motor Speedway in advance of his May 21 All-Star Race Concert Powered by Rayovac
- World-renowned singer-songwriter met with local media, participated in social media takeovers and took a tour around Charlotte Motor Speedway
- Pre-race concert will include Triple-Platinum No. 1 single "Honey, I'm Good," new hit "Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah)" and many more in electrifying show
One of the fastest rising stars on the Billboard Top 100 charts had a lightning-fast Tuesday, as triple-platinum recording artist Andy Grammer made an action-packed trip to the iconic Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Grammer dined in the Speedway Club, met with local media and drove around the historic 1.5-mile superspeedway in a pace car as a lead-up to his free concert before the 32nd blockbuster running of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race on May 21.
While the Los Angeles-born, New York-raised Grammer is no stranger to traffic, he needed time to get acquainted to his surroundings when he strapped into a Toyota pace car for some laps around Charlotte Motor Speedway. The scintillating feeling of zooming into sweeping 24-degree banked turns was the first of two unforgettable experiences awaiting the accomplished singer-songwriter, as the 70-minute Andy Grammer All-Star Race Concert Powered by Rayovac will kick off the pre-race festivities of the May 21 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race between Turns 1 and 2 of the Charlotte Motor Speedway infield.
"Me and the band are super pumped to come out here and be a part of such a big event," Grammer said. "Any time you get to play a show around a sporting event like this, everybody's already so amped up that the crowds are really, really good."