Video: Greyson Chance gives a tour of Edmond, Oklahoma City
Teen music sensation Greyson Chance gives a video tour of his hometown of Edmond and Oklahoma City in this video, the latest installment of VEVO’s Area Codes series.
In the video, Greyson, 13, meets the crew at his house and then takes them to Henderson Hills Baptist Church, where he performed the “Paparazzi” cover that made him a YouTube phenom; the Oklahoma City Arena (formerly Ford Center), where he sang the National Anthem before a Thunder play-off game; Children’s Hospital, where he visits the kids (which isn’t shown in the video) and announces he will make a $5,000 donation to Children’s Miracle Network; and OKC’s Guestroom Records, where he builds his vinyl collection.
He also tells the funny story of how his parents got him his first piano and reveals what album he uses to pump himself up before going on stage for a show.
Greyson will release his hotly anticipated debut album, “Hold on ‘Til the Night,” on Aug. 2 on Ellen DeGeneres’ boutique recording label eleveneleven.
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