Exclusive: Scars On 45 Talks About Their Music, Their Name And Wanting To Work With Adele (Video)

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GRAMMY Camp reporter Christine Jamra caught up with Danny Bemrose and Stuart Nichols, two-fifths of the Brit band Scars on 45, at GRAMMY Camp - Soundcheck to interview the band about their 'Heart On Fire' EP released on October 24th, their dream collaboration, Adele, and how they got their name.

GRAMMY Camp reporter Christine Jamra caught up with Danny Bemrose and Stuart Nichols, two-fifths of the Brit band Scars on 45, at GRAMMY Camp - Soundcheck to interview the band about their 'Heart On Fire' EP released on October 24th, their dream collaboration, Adele.

The band caught a major break recently when their song, 'Heart on Fire' was used in the season premiere episode of 'Grey's Anatomy,' which is overseen by Alexandra Patsavas, who also picks music for the 'Twilight' movies.

"The name [Scars on 45] came from an interview that we read with Emmylou Harris," Stuart said. "She said that when she was younger, she listened to her dad's vinyl and she scratched them so much that he accused her of getting scars on his 45s."

The band has been in the U.S. for a year now touring with bands like Jack's Mannequin and their advice for teens who want to be musicians is to never give up.

"I'd probably tell young people, just believe that if you want to be a musician, go and do it," Danny said. "Don't let anybody stop you doing it."

Watch the video below for the full interview.

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For more on their music and tour dates, visit the band's official website. If you're interested in a career in the music industry, apply to be a part of GRAMMY Camp '12 at grammyintheschools.com. The deadline is March 31st.

Christine Jamra is a GRAMMY Camp alumna and a musician from Madison, CT. You can follow her on Twitter here. GRAMMY Camp - SoundCheck provides high school and college students a glimpse into the realities of music careers by offering them the opportunity to experience a soundcheck rehearsal with a recording artist, followed by an interactive and candid Q&A discussion.

The GRAMMY Foundation offers nationwide programs across the country throughout the year that range from one day sessions with artists to residential experiences all designed to bring teens together with working professionals in the music industry. The GRAMMY Foundation provides cash grants to high school music programs in need through its GRAMMY Signature Schools program. Information and applications are available at grammyintheschools.com.

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