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Dubbed a "guitar-slinging poet" by Music News Nashville. A voice that No Depression says "sounds like a '57 Chevy with glass mufflers..." Lyrics that 3rd Coast Music Magazine deemed "unusually literate...unusually honest." And a style that Peeples proclaims Leftneck. “I'm a vegetarian that watches NASCAR, a tree-hugger that keeps a gun under the seat," he says. His latest release, Punishing the Myth, the third in a trilogy produced by Americana icon Gurf Morlix, debuted at #1 on the Freeform American Roots Chart. Grant's gigs have included a cross-country tour appearing as a feature performer slot at The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Okema, OK, and shows at The Blue Door in Oklahoma City, The Living Room in NYC, Sam Bond's in Eugene, OR, and The Triple Door in Seattle. He has toured both east and west coasts, Texas, and every shore in his home state of Florida, playing at venues that range from concert halls to biker bars to Unitarian church services. The Americana Gazette says his songs are "real as hell, and beautiful to boot…”