GRACIE ABRAMS Makes U.S. TV Debut On 'Fallon'
Fresh from her virtual tour to promote her new EP minor, young singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams made her grand television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon while in the comfort of her home.
The 20-year old bedroom pop artist showed off her delicate melodic flair while performing her single “I miss you, I'm sorry” on the popular late night show. The Los Angeles-based rising artist is, of course, the daughter of Star Wars and Star Trek director/producer J.J. Abrams. Indeed, superb talent runs deep in this family.
Gracie Abrams also sang this emotional tune during the MYX Awards 2020. Prior to that special performance, VJs Ai dela Cruz and Anton Fausto got the chance to chat with her. Watch the full MYXclusive interview here: