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article imageSteve Grand completes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, with a twist

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 1, 2014 in Music
Duluth - Singer-songwriter Steve Grand has been challenged by many for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and he completes it with his own twist.
As indicated in his Facebook post, Grand did not want to waste fresh water, especially "since there are so many without," so he jumped into Lake Superior, after his live performance in Duluth, Minnesota. The singer-songwriter added that he doesn't always get naked, but when he does, it is for a good cause.
Grand revealed to his fans that a video will be coming soon, and shared that he is donating to ALS, as well as two other charities that he is passionate about such as The Water Project and a local LGBTQ homeless youth charity.
In return, Grand is nominating all of his fans to find a charity of their choice that is meaningful to them (in addition to ALS), and he encourages them to do their research and donate according to their means.
He is known for such songs as his breakthrough single "All-American Boy," which went viral, as well as his follow-up singles "Stay" and "Back to California."
Grand's music has become an inspiration for other musicians, including Chicago-based pop singer Matt Ryanz who covered "All-American Boy."
For more information on independent singer-songwriter Steve Grand, visit his official Facebook page.
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