The Wisconsin-born singing sensation has been performing for as long as she can recall—and music has always been in her blood.
"I don’t remember when I started singing, but I do have memories of my older siblings yelling at me to stop," says Weber. "I used to parade around the house, singing at the top of my lungs about how my day at preschool went or the names of my favorite dolls. When my brother would beg me to stop , I would simply say, ‘Fine. you won’t get any tickets to my concert someday."
Grace is now selling out venues and fortunately for her brother, those words were not binding.
Now based in Brooklyn, Weber is about to release her self-defining second album, The Refinery. Often labeled an “old soul” Weber's music is an inspired concoction of soul, roots and gospel sounds.
"When you hear her voice, it's so bluesy and soulful you picture a woman in her fifties who has seen and done it all, but then you see Grace and she is this fresh-faced beauty," one critic notes.
Grace has toured internationally and already racked up appearances on Oprah, Showtime at the Apollo, NPR’s Mountain Stage, The Today Show and has opened for acts such as Ben Taylor, Marc Broussard, Colin Hay and Rick Springfield.
Grace's first single, Perfect Stranger, off of her new album is just starting to hit radio waves across the country and she was recently listed as one of NPR's 100 Artists to Watch from SXSW 2014.
You can find out more about Grace Weber by visiting her website