Gig Seeker Pro


Bradford, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Bradford, England, United Kingdom | SELF
Band Pop




""man your really dope""

[via private message on Music Xray] - Mynority (Producer: Iyaz, Pitbull)

""really like your cover [of Ne-Yo's Beautiful Monster on YouTube] ;)""

[Via email] - Sandy Vee (Producer: Ne-Yo, Rihanna, Katy Perry)

""how refreshing to hear an artist with so much potential ... I liked every single song!""

[Via private message on Music Xray] - Tono Miakoda (VP of WMusic Group)

""very cool, good job!!!""

[via private message on Music Xray] - Frankie Biggz (Grammy-Winning Producer)


THE DAYDREAM (life in the clouds) - 1st August 2011 - 12 track LP
Written, produced, mixed and mastered by James Grover at Peak Studios, Bradford, UK



“Like if Arctic Monkeys was produced by David Guetta…”

Since early 2009, that was the goal – to create the perfect blend of authentic British guitar music with mainstream dance and pop. And now, 2 years later, it’s finally ready to go public.

_G_R_O_V_E_R_ is the solo project of UK-based pop and rock producer James Grover. After playing hundreds of shows across the UK, Europe and the US with his band Broadway's Not Ready between 2005 and 2008, he started to pursue new avenues of songwriting and music production, covering genres from dance and pop to indie rock and electro.

Due for release on 1st August, GROVER’s first mainstream solo album, "THE DAYDREAM (life in the clouds)", is the culmination of this effort.

Unusually for the pop genre, it is a loosely-based concept album, spanning the course of an imagined relationship through a series of daydreams, bookended by the real-world narrative of the opening and closing tracks.

Entirely self produced, final mixing began on the album in January 2011, and 4 preview tracks were released to the public on 12th March 2011, to strong positive feedback.

Now in talks over management and distribution, _G_R_O_V_E_R_ will be hitting the road and the radio hard this summer.

1 Vocal, 1 Guitar Amp + 4x12 Cab, 1 Sample Pad (1/4" TRS or Phono outputs)
Plus 2 or 4 dancers (for large shows only)