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Grammy Nominated Singer/Songwriter Madison Beer Performs Acoustic Set At Spotlight Event Series At Grammy Museum

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 17: Madison Beer performs at Spotlight: Madison Beer at The GRAMMY Museum on January 17, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rebecca Sapp/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

On Wednesday night at Los Angeles’s GRAMMY® Museum Spotlight Event Series, Madison Beer celebrated her GRAMMY® nominated album Silence Between Songs, performed a brief three-song acoustic set and Q&A hosted by Billboard Senior Editor, Lyndsey Havens. Madison Beer also previewed her forthcoming “The Spinnin Tour” and teased her fans about what to expect for 2024.

At next month’s GRAMMY Awards, Madison Beer is up for her first career award: “Best Immersive Album” for her second LP, Silence Between Songs. She’ll follow that by embarking on her third headlining tour, ‘The Spinnin Tour,’ which will cover 52 North American and European dates when it kicks off on February 24 in Sweden.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 17: Madison Beer speaks onstage at Spotlight: Madison Beer at The GRAMMY Museum on January 17, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rebecca Sapp/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

[Get: ‘Silence Between Songs’ HERE ]

In addition to Silence Between Songs, 2023 brought about the singer’s first book, the memoir The Half Of It, which chronicles the New York native’s past few years in the spotlight. At the GRAMMY Museum® Wednesday evening, Beer told fans the best part of writing The Half Of It was the opportunity to, “Tell my story from my own point of view.”

Check out “The Spinnin Tour” Full Tour Dates below:

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