Skylar Grey CXCIV :: San Francisco Examiner, July 27 Article
In conjunction with her performance at the Rickshaw Stop tonight (July 28) in San Francisco, Ms. Grey has done an interview with Tom Lanham of the San Francisco Examiner. You can view an excerpt from the interview below, and click its title to read the full article.
Grey’s Journey from Being Holly Brook | San Francisco Examiner ::
“….what a long, strange trip it’s been for the Mazomanie, Wis.-born Holly Brook Hafermann, who reinvented herself in Hollywood as Holly Brook on Linkin Park’s Machine Shop label with her “Like Blood, Like Honey” debut, but then nearly disappeared before she finally rediscovered her puckish R&B muse. Now 25, she re-christened herself Skylar Grey, spun out hits for other artists such as Eminem (“Love The Way You Lie”), Dr. Dre (“I Need A Doctor”) and T.I. (“Castle Walls”), and is at last releasing her Alex Da Kid-assisted album “Invinsible,” which chronicles her surreal journey from invisible to invincible. She plays Popscene tonight….”
As was mentioned in the article, Ms. Grey will be performing at PopScene at the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco tonight (July 28), and you can find details about the performance venue below.
155 Fell St.
San Francisco, California 94102
$12 (Limited Advance Tickets)
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