Greyson Chance debuted a new song off his upcoming album at BlogHer ’10 and we have a brand new video from the performance thanks to extraordinarymommy.
On August 7th we broke the news to you first that Greyson Chance performed at BlogHer ’10, a conference of female bloggers which took place August 6th and 7th in New York. We’ve already posted one performance video from BloherHer featuring Greyson’s new song and we just received a second one.
What’s different about this video is that we get to hear Greyson talk about the song a little bit before he actually performs it. Greyson said that he was inspired to write this song as a result of something he saw on television one night.
Greyson was flipping through the channels one evening when he came across a commercial/infomercial for child abuse. (You know, the ones that ask for donations to help children in need.) Greyson explains that it was a “depressing” commercial which got his creative juices flowing. Greyson’s sister helped him write the song which is about a boy who was abused as a child but breaks free and doesn’t let his past affect him as he moved forward.
If you listen carefully to the words and really embrace the song, you’ll get chills listening to it.
Complete Greyson Chance BlogHer Coverage:
Greyson Chance Performs Paparazzi at BlogHer ’10, Video
BlogHer Event, Greyson Chance Photos
Behind the Scenes with Greyson Chance at BlogHer, Video
Another Greyson Chance Video from the BlogHer Conference
Greyson Chance Pictures from BlogHer ’10
First two Greyson Chance Videos from BlogHer
Original Story, Breaking News… Greyson Chance Performs at BlogHer