ABOUT

GRENON is a teen alt-pop rock band from New Hampshire (USA). Founded in 2016 by lead singer, Kacie Grenon, to enhance her solo career, Grenon has performed over 100 shows throughout New England, rocking local fairs, festivals, watering holes, stadiums, and iconic stages, such as: Middle East (Cambridge, MA), Casino Ballroom (Hampton, NH), and Magic Hat Stage at Bank of NH Pavilion (Gilford, NH). In the fall of 2018, they released their first music video for their song Break Mine (a 2018 International Songwriting Competition Teen Semi-Finalist & 2019 New England Music Awards Best Video Nominee).

2019 expanded Grenon’s reach nationally when ReverbNation selected them to compete in LiveNation’s High School Rock Off at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH where they advanced to the finals, representing all of New England as one of the top 12 high school bands in the nation. Radio.com also selected Grenon to compete in their worldwide Opening Act contest for the We Can Survive Concert at the Hollywood Bowl - Grenon made it all the way to the semi-final round and were the only act in NH still standing. In addition to their Best Video nod, New England Music Awards honored Grenon with a second nomination for 2019 Best New Act. The band released their debut single Goodbye in 2019 (now on all streaming platforms and YouTube). They are in the process of recording their debut EP to be released in 2020 and are working on developing their original set to become a supporting act on a national tour once all have graduated high school in the summer.

MEMBERS:

Kacie Grenon
lead vocals, rhythm guitar

Nick Turgeon
lead guitar, vocals

Zachary Stone
drums, percussion

Spencer Gregory
bass, keys, vocals


You’re only good as your weakest band member and Grenon doesn’t have one. Very talented kids.
— Roadkill, 100.3 WHEB