Amplifier Center Stage will announce three finalists who'll be given the chance to move their career forward with one of three unique artist development opportunities.
2014 WINNERS To be announced at an official GRAMMY Week event on January 23rd, 2014.
Adding unique support to the 2012 GRAMMY Amplifier campaign, Hyundai and program ambassador
Mike Shinoda awarded three emerging artists with GRAMMY mentorship, production of a new music
video, a new track and an opening slot at a music festival.
Barnaby Saints
awarded Music Video by a Noted Director
Blending a unique fusion of layered vocals and big choruses, Barnaby Saints arrived in Los Angeles 2 years ago, and has played extensively and toured the West Coast. He was chosen as one of the up-and-coming artists of 2012 by the NMS Music Festival, and is releasing his EP The Blue and Grey in November 2013. Check out the Barnaby Saints behind-the-scenes of the "Apple" music video shoot here.
Los Angeles, CA
Gentlemen Hall
awarded Major Live Performance Opening Slot
This Boston-based band is known for fusing high-handed anthemic choruses with retro synth melodies and a dash of wildman flutist antics. They’re currently finishing their first full-length album following their 2011 debut EP, When We All Disappear. Check out the Gentleman Hall behind-the-scenes video of their performance at Bro-Am here.
Phillip magnus hartley
awarded Studio Session with GRAMMY® Producer
A hybrid artist from Baltimore, MD, Hartley is influenced by all genres of music. Combining street style with fine art, he provides a unique perspective that matches his refreshing spin on pop and R&B while supported by a band, background singer and dancers. Check out Phillip Magnus Hartley’s behind-the-scenes video of his recording session with Soundz and Tricky Stewart here.