Grant Livingston has been a favorite at acoustic music venues throughout Florida since the mid-eighties. 

An offbeat sense of humor comes through the stories told in Livingston's songs. You'll meet Einstein and Gypsy Rose on a road trip, a guy who is way serious about eating pie, a French-speaking cat in a graveyard, armadillos, barnacles, an unleashed dog and more.

Many of Grant's songs reflect his love for his South Florida home. History, environment, social commentary, bringing Florida's past to light and making light of its present, Grant has earned the title of Miami's Historian-in-Song.

As a guitarist Livingston employs a style which is a unique mix of ragtime, country blues, and early swing. 

Grant's songs appeal to the child in grownups, and to the adult in kids. He often plays for schools, museums, and other children's programs. 

photo ©2003 by Richard Sheinwald

Grant has taught songwriting at Miami-Dade College and, along with fellow songwriter Janet Goodman, coordinates the Nashville Songwriters' Association's South Florida chapter. 

Recordings of Grant's songs are available for download at iTunes, and on CD through this website and anywhere you find Grant performing!

Recordings of Original Songs

One Everglades

Florida Rain

Let Me off the Leash

The One That Got Away