DENVER, Colo. – The Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots AFC Championship Game entertainment lineup for Sunday will include two national acts including multiplatinum selling recording artist Andy Grammer and the four-piece alternative rock band American Authors.
Grammer will perform the national anthem before kickoff on Sunday (1:05 p.m. MST), followed by American Authors’ two-song halftime performance accompanied with a routine by the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders.
Los Angeles-born, New York-raised singer-songwriter Andy Grammer has gone from hustling street performer on Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade to multiplatinum selling recording artist. His debut top 10 hit singles, “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine By Me,” are certified platinum and gold, respectively. Andy’s critically acclaimed sophomore album Magazines or Novels, continues his disarming success with his triple-platinum No. 1 single “Honey, I’m Good.”
American Authors is a four-piece alt-rock outfit based in Brooklyn. On their debut album Oh, What a Life, singer Zac Barnett, guitarist James Adam Shelley, bassist Dave Rublin and drummer Matt Sanchez weave in everything from hip-hop grooves and Afro-Latin rhythms to dance-pop synths and Queen-inspired vocal harmonies and included breakout hit song “Best Day of My Life.” Releasing Oh, What a Life in March 2014, American Authors has spent the past two years on the road. The album features the early single “Pride.”