Greyson Chance Releases 2019 North American Tour Dates

 

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Greyson Chance is back with new dates for his 2019 tour.

Greyson Chance was a big hit in the pop music scene all the way back in 2010. After posting a cover of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” at a school talent show he went viral on Reddit and Buzzfeed, ultimately, finding his way to Ellen Degeneres who brought him in to sing on her show.

 

Chance was a YouTube phenomenon and after being discovered by both Ellen Degeneres and Ryan Seacrest, he started writing his own music. His debut single “Waiting Outside the Lines”  was also released in 2010. After that, he toured with Miranda Cosgrove and Cody Simpson. He also performed on The Early Show and many radio stations in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Chance returned to The Ellen Degeneres Show in 2011 to promote his first full album. After this, he went on tour in Southeast Asia to promote the album. On this tour, he was invited to perform at the Malaysian Music Industry Awards. He was the first foreign artist invited to perform at the event since 1999.  It is easy to say that his career blew up early. In 2016 Greyson Chance released his EP Somewhere Over My Head. It was extremely successful. He was named Elvis Duran’s artist of the month and was featured on several talk shows across the nation. Since then, he has collaborated with other artists and performed in several live shows around the nation.

Well, it has been a while since we received any new music from Chance, but we can be ready for new music soon.  On January 28th, we received an announcement that he would be going on a North American tour to promote his newest album, Portraits. The tour starts on February 22nd following the released of his upcoming song “Shut Up”, which will be the first single released off the album on February 8th. One of these dates was accompanied by the announcement that he will also be performing at the popular music festival SXSW.

We are so excited to see what’s up next for this talented artist. Keep an eye out for “Shut Up” on February 8th.