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S-Curve honcho Steve Greenberg pauses to pose with multi-platinum recording artist Andy Grammer, who blew the roof off of L.A.'s Hyde last night with an exclusive performance that included songs from his forthcoming album.

He also dished out the hits, wowing attendees with energetic deliveries of "Keep Your Head Up," "Honey, I'm Good," "Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)," new single "Give Love" and its predecessor, "Fresh Eyes," which boasts a whopping 205m+ streams on Spotify.

"Give Love," which features rapper LunchMoney Lewis (as did last night's performance), is currently #19 and climbing at Hot AC radio, while also spinning at Top 40. The song recently earned a spot on Spotify's New Music Friday playlist and racked up 500k+ first-week streams through the service.

For his part, Greenberg pressed the flesh and made sure the truffle fries and avocado toast never stopped flowing. In related news, an Israeli tech firm is rumored to be creating an interactive adventure in which the player gets to be Steve and not take our calls.


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