Grant Pavol Shares Poignant “Men Who Taught Me Chords,” Debut LP On Shamir’s Accidental Popstar Records Out 9/4

Singer-songwriter Grant Pavol today released a poignant new single, “Men Who Taught Me Chords,” off his debut album About A Year due out September 4 on Shamir’s Accidental Popstar Records. It follows initial track “Bones,” which premiered on WXPN and memorializes Grant’s grandfather and prominent author/playwright/screenwriter William Goldman (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, All the President’s Men, The Princess Bride, Marathon Man). Speaking further on “Men Who Taught Me Chords,” Grant explains: “Several of the artists who profoundly influenced me musically (some who literally taught me chords and techniques on guitar and bass) were later outed for various forms of personal misconduct. This song is about the regret that I often feel when reflecting on my past influences, and attempting to navigate the music industry in a positive, just, and kind way.”

Listen: “Men Who Taught Me Chords

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