Greyson Chance: Bill of Rights Dinner

Greyson Chance: Bill of Rights Dinner

Greyson Chance takes the stage at the ACLU of Southern California’s 2011 Bill of Rights Dinner held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on Monday night (December 12) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 14-year-old musician tickled the ivories for the audience. He tweeted, “Very honored to be performing at the @ACLU dinner tonight. All acoustic!”

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Recently chatting with EOnline, Greyson about his dreams of being on Glee.

“I really like it too because they really [do] a lot of old music, which I’m a huge old music lover,” Greyson shared. “Me and my sister, we both are huge vinyl record collectors, so I remember when Glee did the whole Journey thing we were always watching. I just love old music and Glee just brings back a lot of old music.”

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Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez; Photos: Getty
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  • Avice13

    grey-grey!
    hope to see you back soon here in the Philippines:)

  • good-one

    Understanding the Bill of Rights is a very monumentally important fundamental philosophical foundation. And yet in anticipating a complete paradigm-shift, should the global economy collapse into total systemic failure, as many experts are now predicting, how would you then reformulate society? Would you then re-build upon those preexisting enumerated Rights, or even more boldly, clean slate, tabula rasa, wholly re-invent society?