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Although she won a Superbowl contest that landed her a recording contract with Interscope Records, Kina Grannis left that prize behind in order to be an independent artist.Her devotion to indie tunes continues with her recent cover of Fleet Foxes' "White Winter Hymnal", a track that caters perfectly to her soft and floaty vocals, which coast over lyrics with an echoing elegance that is difficult to find in most female artists today.There's a brief and noncritical mention of underage drinking; one character refers to being "stoned" while making a "stupid" decision, adults drink cocktails and shots of liquor at a bar, minor characters act drunk and say their drunk friends are "cut off" from having more drinks.is a romantic comedy about a man and a woman who agree in high school to marry if they're still single at age 30, then actually begin a relationship after reaching that milestone.Lines of dialogue and scenes reference sex and bodily functions: There are references to "pickup lines" and married life involving "scheduled sex"; a woman refers to her "cycles" syncing with her new female roommate's; two strangers have sex on a playground and Joanna and Peter briefly overhear them moaning.The show's main focus is romance, so expect many plot lines about dating, romance, romantic complications, kissing, and sex.Teens may object to their advanced age -- after all, the show revolves around them both turning 30, and 30 is "so old!
Stairwells was released on February 23, 2010 and included many original songs already appearing on You Tube, as well as three previously unreleased songs: "World in Front of Me", "In Your Arms", and "Mr. Grannis' Stairwells Springtime Tour began in San Francisco on May 24, 2010 and concluded in late June after several stints on the East Coast and in Canada.
Two years later, staff members of the University's Thornton School of Music asked her to produce an album in their music and music industry departments.
In 2006, Grannis recorded and self-released two more albums, One More in the Attic and In Memory of the Singing Bridge.
In early 2007, she recorded "Ours to Keep" written by Rachael Lawrence and Deborah Ellen.
This song would be featured regularly on General Hospital On November 14, 2007, she created her You Tube account and began posting videos of her songs online.