How She Did it? Jenay Ross’s GRAMMY Week Bio

Similar to previous years, a young and aspiring music journalist, from the GRAMMY Foundation's GRAMMY Camp, was granted an experience of a lifetime. GRAMMY Camp, a summer music industry camp for gifted high school students across the country, is a place for them to enrich their craft and soak up valuable advice from industry professionals like a sponge. Now as a past three-year GRAMMY Camper and current freshman at USC, Jenay Ross has been gaining first-hand experience by shadowing GRAMMY Camp's music journalism instructor and accomplished music journalist, Steve Baltin, at some of this year's most exclusive GRAMMY Week events.

Not only did 18-year old Jenay land a spot on the 2011 GRAMMY Awards red carpet and print room, but she also attended top-notch GRAMMY Week events leading up to music's biggest night. From being a fly on the wall to directly interviewing some major GRAMMY award-winning and -nominated recording artists and music producers, read some of her GRAMMY Week stories here.

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Hayley Corbett

GRAMMY Camp LA 2012 and 2014

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