Miles Beining explores the idea of a Grace collaboration with the band Calpurnia.
Chris Latham wrote an epic three-part Lyrical Grace series for “I Don’t Know My Name”, around when the Vault first debuted, but we’re trying to bring multiple interpretations of Grace’s songs to our readers to better provide a broader spectrum of opinions. Canada is thus far our only singer/ukuleleist/songwriter, at the age of 12 no less, so her opinion should definitely be considered in analyzing the song that started it all for Grace.
Mark Lalonde speculates as to whether or not yesterday’s move by Disney to Acquire 21st Century Fox (what we old-timers still think of as 20th Century Fox) will accelerate the release of the movie “Stargirl”.
Mark Lalonde discusses Grace’s role in the 2nd annual LoveLoud Music Festival being held tomorrow in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Saturday July 28th, 2018.
Mark Lalonde senses WME’s marketing and publicist’s presence in background and predicts we will see increased media attention on Grace leading up to the production and promotion of Stargirl.
Interview with Jerry Spinelli, author of “Stargirl” (which Grace read at 12, and the movie adaptation of which will now introduce her to the world of acting).
Our youngest (12 years old) writer shares with us how Grace and her music inspires her.
Mark Lalonde watched Grace’s Grammy Museum interview and performance, shares his thoughts on what was shared, plus a few hopes, wishes and more or less realistic predictions.
Another entry in the Lyrical Grace series, this time looking at Grace’s early collaboration with her music teacher, Dylan Kelehan, with whom she wrote and performed the quirky and wonderful “The Differences are the Point”.
Another knockout editorial from 16-year-old Miles Beining this morning who recaps Grace’s track record as a collaborator and looks to her future collabs with other artists.
The conclusion of this article focuses on Simon Cowell’s blessing/curse following Grace receiving her Golden Buzzer following her judges audition.
Today’s editorial, a group effort by the VanderVault Staff, is a two-parter that explores just how much of an influence Grace’s AGT “Judges Audition” had on her win of the show, and how much hype was generated because of it for the first year, and more, of her career.
Gaetan Drapeau explores, through comparison, what it takes to qualify as a multi-disciplined super-star.
The VanderVault welcomes 12-year-old Canada Stewart as our newest contributing writer. Canada attended the Evolve Tour stop in Brandon Missouri last week and brings us this recap of her experience.
VanderVault staff writer Prati Moksha breaks down the role of “beat masters” and super-producers’ influence on modern music, and whether they could influence Grace’s sound.
Miles Beining breaks down the fan-favourite song “Gossip Girl”.
Today’s article takes a moment to consider the stranger-than-fiction events that led Grace to where she is in her life today.
Mark Lalonde asks if it’s time to stop using AGT as bragging rights and move on to more recent, and upcoming, accomplishments?
Mark Lalonde’s editorial today was sparked by a comment from friend of the VanderVault, John May, on yesterday’s Grammy-focused article, where he questioned certain eccentricities regarding the critical reception of Grace’s LP Just The Beginning.
Mark Lalonde hopes you won’t kill the messenger with his breakdown of the Best New Artist Category for 2018.
Mark Lalonde recaps the history of the Stargirl movie development and its future.
Mark Lalonde feels, and a leading psychology professor agrees, that Grace is an evolved being, one we should all strive to become.
Mark Lalonde breaks down the song “Hope For Change” in the VanderVault’s ongoing “Lyrical” series.
Miles Beining provides his thoughts on where he feels Grace can cover new musical ground. It’s interesting to see where 16 year Miles goes with this, then again, Miles isn’t a typical 16 year old.
One month into Grace’s Evolve tour opening for Imagine Dragons, Mark Lalonde summarizes a number of insights, some new, some previously mentioned but here expanded upon.
Today’s editorial compares Simon Cowell’s 10 general rules to follow to successfully win a talent competition (written back in 2002) and thrive post-win. It’s a nostalgic look back at the early days of such shows and to see how many of the “rules” Grace nailed in her journey, and win, on AGT.
New VanderVault staff writer Prati Moksha examines what it is that draws Grace’s fans in, and how her particular appeal may be different from that of the artists often considered her peers, or even competitors.
Today’s article provides a list of fairly good covers by other singers of Grace’s songs.
An invitation to submit your ideas for which cinematic roles Grace could take on.
Miles Beining provides us with his first entry in our “Lyrical Grace” series, and he did a terrific job.