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Gregory Porter

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Aug 17, 2024
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Be prepared to be wowed by two-time GRAMMY winner singer-songwriter Gregory Porter.  His vibrant, deep, poetic approach to jazz and R&B has earned him loyal fans all over the world. His velvety complex voice can evoke both a cozy night by the fire or a glittering jazz club. His voice, his music, are magic. Fans of Nat King Cole, Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald and Bill Withers will be enamored. We dare you not to smile and tap along. 

More about Gregory Porter:

Hailing from Bakersfield, California, Porter began singing in small jazz clubs in San Diego while attending San Diego State University on a football scholarship. Eventually he moved to New York City to pursue music full-time and his career began to ascend with the release of his first two albums—Water (2010) and Be Good (2012)—both of which received GRAMMY nominations. In 2013, he released his breakout Blue Note debut Liquid Spirit, which quickly grew into a global phenomenon, selling more than a million albums and earning Porter his first GRAMMY Award with NPR declaring him “America’s Next Great Jazz Singer.” 

His 2016 follow-up, Take Me To The Alley won Porter his second GRAMMY for Best Vocal Jazz Album and firmly established him as his generation’s most soulful jazz singer-songwriter. In 2017, Porter released the heartfelt tribute album Nat King Cole & Me, and in 2020 returned to his original songwriting on the uplifting ALL RISE, both of which received GRAMMY nominations. His 2021 release Still Rising collected new songs, covers, duets, and a selection of his much-loved favorite songs. 

Porter has hosted the podcast The Hang, a conversation series featuring his famous friends, as well as his own cooking show The PorterHouse, in which the singer shared recipes inspired by his local community, experiences from touring the globe, and family cooking traditions from growing up with his mother and seven siblings.


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Gregory Porter performs It's Probably Me at the Polar Music Prize Ceremony 2017

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