We have plenty to be thankful for on Thanksgiving day,including the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Singer Andy Grammer gave his fans on the parade route exactly what they wanted by performing his hit ‘Good To Be Alive!’
Andy Grammer, 31, gave a big Turkey Day treat for us all by appearing in the 89th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Despite the chilly temps, the hit-maker churned out “Good To Be Alive,” while riding on a baseball stadium float of a family taking a selfie — so cute!
It was early to rise for singer Andy, who thrilled fans in New York City, as well as millions watching from their warmth of their homes! He looked like he was having such a blast and so were we watching him!
He even gave his fans a sneak peak at how he hits his high notes in a Vine post Nov. 25! Wow Andy, you’re blowing us away!
Andy’s had quite an exciting 2015, that included an appearance on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars. He joined the show as a last minute addition after Jodie Sweetin was forced to pull out due to scheduling conflicts. You can check out Andy Grammer’s “Honey I’m Good” by clicking here.
Unfortunately his salsa skills weren’t up to his singing skills and he ended up taking seventh place in the competition. But that was not without drama, as he was forced to change partners after original pro and former champ Peta Murgatroyd was forced to withdraw after an ankle injury. He was later paired with Allison Hoker.
The singer had a HUGE moment in the spotlight when he sang the National Anthem prior to the start of the Oct. 27 opening game of the World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. Her must have been a good luck charm as KC went on to win the series at home!
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