Lana Del Rey, AKA Lizzy Grant, Sells Out New York City Concert in Minutes

Lizzy Grant, daughter of original domain investor Rob Grant, sold out her first New York City concert at The Box in about an hour this morning. Grant, whose stage name is Lana del Rey, has attended numerous domain conferences with her family over the years. In fact, she was live blogging a Traffic auction with me the first time my blog was really noticed by anyone.

If you’re interested in seeing Lana Del Rey perform and you live on the west coast, she will be performing in LA on September 27, 2011. Tickets for this concert just went on sale. Her NYC concert date is September 21.

Congrats to the Grant family.

Elliot Silver
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  1. I expected something kind of standard here, but she’s exceptionally talented. Not just the voice, but the musical choices. Really, a domaining blog is the last place I would usually expect to find good music. Cheers.


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