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Raritan's Own Tommy Grasso Wins Best Pop Rock Song from Akedemia Music

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RARITAN, NJ - He has deep roots in Raritan and makes sure to perform in town whenever he can, including at the Basilone Memorial Parade in September – and now Tommy Grasso has won the Akedemia Music Award for “Best Pop Rock Song” for “Two Streets.”

Akedemia, Grasso said, presents awards in several genres throughout the year, and the winning songs each month go head to head at the end of the year at the Academia Music Awards Gala in Los Angeles.

“I am honored to win this award,” he said. “I feel grateful to be recognized and included among the winning artists.”

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The Akedemia website describes Grasso’s song as “upbeat, simple in conception, but beautifully implemented by this undeniably talented complement of pop rock practitioners.”

Want to know more about the music award? Check out the December issue of The BReeze, hitting homes in the coming week!

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