Slated for National Anthem Performances Through Summer 2023
Newly signed Curb Records recording artist Harper Grace shimmers with introductory song “Sparkle,” today (3/17) — listen to the empowering anthem HERE. The singer/songwriter has been teasing her debut offering on her social media platforms for weeks, and last night she celebrated the drop with fans, friends and family at an exclusive release party at The Twisted Wool in Nashville.
The feisty Texas native embraces every part of what makes her unique and proves all that glitters isn’t gold on “Sparkle,” a confident first selection that showcases every facet of her kind, fun and approachable personality. On the fashionably country track, her shimmer and her shine sit comfortably beside her tailgate rust and her bedazzled blue jeans, introducing the world to the multidimensional songstress. The newcomer wrote her windows-down-drive-time debut with history-making female producer Alex Kline and songwriter Scott Stepakoff. Moreover, “Sparkle” was produced by Cameron Jaymes and Ben West.
Harper Grace’s initial experience in the spotlight came at just 11 years old when her first public performance of the National Anthem didn’t go as planned, eliciting widespread criticism from an array of online observers and media outlets. Seven years later, the “American Idol” alum redeemed herself by returning to the same stadium and nailing a version of the patriotic song. Now residing in Nashville, she’s set to release brand new music throughout 2023. As previously announced, Harper Grace just inked exclusive deals with WME and Jonas Group Entertainment for representation.
The rising country star recently sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the 2023 Preds Girls Classic, as well as the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament — both held in Music City. Further proving her early critics wrong, Harper Grace will continue to perform the National Anthem at a variety of NHL games, MLB games, NWSL and MLS matches, a Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship, and other conferences and sporting events throughout the year. A list of upcoming performances is included below with additional appearances to be announced.
Upcoming Harper Grace National Anthem Performances:
- 3/21— Louis Blues NHL game – St. Louis, MO
- 3/25— San Diego Wave FC NWSL match – San Diego, CA
- 4/7— Arizona Diamondbacks MLB game – Phoenix, AZ
- 4/15 — Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship – Atlanta Motor Speedway – Atlanta, GA
- 4/29— Chicago White Sox MLB game – Chicago, IL
- 5/17 — New York Mets MLB game – New York City, NY
- 5/26— Cleveland Guardians MLB game – Cleveland, OH
- 7/5 — 2023 SADD National Conference – Washington, D.C.
- 7/7 — Washington Nationals MLB Game – Washington, D.C.
- 7/8— DC United MLS match – Washington, D.C.
- 8/29 — Detroit Tigers MLB game – Detroit, MI
About Harper Grace:
Newly signed Curb Records recording artist Harper Grace is a Texas native with dreams the size of her home state. The rising country star’s initial experience in the spotlight came at just 11 years old when her first public performance of the National Anthem didn’t go as planned, eliciting widespread criticism from an array of online observers and media outlets. Seven years later, the “American Idol” alum redeemed herself by returning to the same stadium and nailing a version of the patriotic song. Now residing in Nashville, Harper Grace is set to release brand new music in 2023, including “Sparkle” on 3/17/23, and “Oh Say Can You See,” an autobiographical track she penned for her 11-year-old self, on 5/19/23.
About Curb Records:
Celebrating 60 years in business, Curb Records is one of the world’s leading independent music companies. Owned and operated by Mike Curb since 1964, Curb Records has achieved 435 number one records, over 1,500 Top Ten records and charted over 4,500 total records. With over a half century in operation, Curb Records has been influential in the careers of some of the biggest names in music, including: Tim McGraw, Hank Williams, Jr., Rodney Atkins, Lee Brice, LeAnn Rimes, The Judds, Dylan Scott, Sawyer Brown, Wynonna, Lyle Lovett, FOR KING + COUNTRY, We Are Messengers and Big Daddy Weave, among many others. Today’s roster includes some of the top names across multiple genres of music. For more information, visit www.curb.com.