- Type: Breedlove Artists
Grant Huston has been playing music since the age of eight. Born the youngest to a family of seven, music has been ever present throughout his life. Posters of Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin hung in his bedroom where he would play for 10 to12 hours a day. As a youth, he played in every talent show, recital, or whacky venue that he could find, and he never failed to impress. Whether it was Led Zeppelin's "Black Dog" at the House of Blues in Anaheim, or Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Pride and Joy" at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, Grant Never left a crowd unsatisfied.
Eventually, he found his way to the Orange County School of the Arts where he could play as much music as he wanted. Between classes, at lunch, on the bus, train, etc. you would be hard pressed to find him without a guitar in hand. He continued playing small shows around Orange County with bands made up of whatever friends were available at the time, and busking in the famed streets of Laguna Beach all the while writing his own music, and trying to find a sound that was distinctly his. Eventually Grant started to pick up his acoustic guitar again in a journey to become even more experimental and creative. With influences like Andy McKee and Sam Meador, he learned to play "slap" or percussive guitar. With this style, he has gained a decent following on the Internet arranging unique guitar covers.
Grant is an avid video creator, check out his YouTube channel here.