Andy Grammer is a multi-platinum American singer-songwriter known for his soulful, R&B-infused pop and the hit single “Honey, I’m Good.”

Grammer was born in Los Angeles to children’s music artist Red Grammer. He went to high school in New York State before returning to California to attend California State University, Northridge, where he graduated with a bachelor’s in music industry studies. Outside of his studies, Grammer spent time playing gigs around Los Angeles and busking in order to make a name for himself.

Grammer eventually secured a deal with S-Curve Records, and went on to release his self-titled debut album in 2011. This led to a stint as the opener for Natasha Bedingfield and Colbie Caillat on their respective tours. After releasing the largely unnoticed EP Crazy Beautiful, Grammer followed up in 2015 with Magazines or Novels. That album saw its singles “Back Home” and “Honey, I’m Good” reach the Top Ten on the Billboard chart. This placement also made Grammer the first male pop artist since John Mayer to reach Top Ten on his first two singles.

In 2015, Grammer appeared on Dancing With the Stars, after which he released “Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah),” his second single to go certified gold. Grammer’s next single, “Fresh Eyes,” released in 2016, went platinum and got more than 250 million streams.

2017 saw the release of Grammer’s third LP, The Good Parts, featuring the hit single “Give Love.” In 2019, his song “Don’t Give Up On Me” appeared in the film Five Feet Apart.