Sam Hunt To Help Curate Grammy Amplifier Program
November 10, 2015 at 11:25 AM (PT)
MCA NASHVILLE artist SAM HUNT has joined with HYUNDAI and THE RECORDING ACADEMY as a curator for the fourth annual GRAMMY AMPLIFIER program. The online music initiative provides aspiring artists with the opportunity to realize their passion and further their career through one-of-a-kind experiences that serve to showcase their talent. Entrants can upload their songs for consideration at the AMPLIFIER website, and AMPLIFIER curators HUNT, BIG SEAN, and LZZY HALE will select the 2016 winners.
"I'm honored to be part of a program where I can help elevate new and emerging talent," said HUNT. "It wasn't long ago I was an unknown artist, and I couldn't be more grateful to the people who helped me with the tools I needed to start my career. I look forward to shining a light on these aspiring musicians."
GRAMMY AMPLIFIER is now open for submissions and will close on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16th. After the selection process and eliminations have occurred, the final three winners will be announced during GRAMMY WEEK in FEBRUARY 2016.