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Greyson Chance – lakeshore (Live Performance)

It’s good to start with a splash. Greyson Chance was turning heads and clocking numbers as an adolescent. The 21-year-old behind the new pop single “shut up” began his career a decade ago as a viral sensation who made waves knocking out Lady Gaga’s “Papparazi” in grade school, getting 60 million people to view, and making the rounds on shows such as ‘Ellen.’ All that came a little too fast, so Chance retreated a bit, left music and lived life. Now he’s back in action again as a grown up, and the cool/catchy melody of “shut up” suggests his arc has worked out wonderfully. We had him in to see if that kid charisma was still intact, and the answer was positive. Check the performances of “shut up” and “lakeshore,” and share ’em with a friend.

Executive Producer: Micah Bickham
Director: Bram VanderMark
Logistics Producer: Hailey Rovner
Editor: Kevin Rose
Audio: Jake Bolles
Talent Producers: Parul Chokshi, David McTiernan


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  1. I was fortunate enough to witness Greyson's live acoustic performance of 'Lakeshore' at Gramercy Theatre in NYC this past March. It was stunningly beautiful.

    When his voice changed so dramatically, not long after his career began 10 years ago, most thought it was the end of the musical road for Greyson. I kept the faith. Kept watching. Kept listening. And Greyson, being a stubborn muther fucker, kept trudging forward.

    Now it's enormously satisfying to experience the work of art that is 'portraits'

  2. This is my favourite off the album. Gives me nostalgic feelings but also gives me a sense of peace right before turning a new chapter in my life. This album could not have come out at a better time. The performance just made the song more real and proves how good of a singer and artist greyson is.

  3. If I had only heard this song, ie. without seeing or knowing he sang it, I would have thought it was someone else entirely… His vocal range is crazy!!!

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