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“Keep Your Head Up” singer Andy Grammer has announced that he will be performing a free concert in Kansas City next month.
According to the statement released by Rockkcredkettle, Grammer will perform at the Midland Theater on December 7 giving a one night only free concert which will benefit local Salvation Army as well as “millions in need.”
The Salvation Army hopes to “engage young people through volunteer opportunities,” the report states.
Along with Grammer’s performance, displays providing information on human trafficking can also be seen throughout the Theater.
TheCelebrityCafe.com had the opportunity to interview Mr. Grammer back in May where he discussed his rise to fame, his gratitude towards his family and millions of fans.
Starting off as street performer to make his rent, he has since performed with the likes of Pat Monahan from Train, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristopherson at a celebration for the life of Johnny Cash.
Fans can obtain their free tickets by signing up for volunteering shifts. VIP tickets can be obtained by signing up for a bell shift as well as hosting an Online Red Kettle. More information is available on the website.
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— Andy Grammer Team (@AndyGrammerTeam) November 30, 2012