Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Video - Greyson Chance Shows Us His Own Version of “Hard To Handle” - Kids Got Style!

Greyson sings "Hard to Handle"
After last night’s episode of “Raising Hope”, everybody was amazed at how Greyson Chance was able to pull of the blues piano and vocals of “Hard to Handle”.

“Hard to Handle” was written and recorded in 1968 by Otis Redding and has since become a blues favorite by bands around the World.

In fact, “The Black Crows” did a version of the hit on their 1990 album “Shake Your Money Maker”.

And last night Greyson showed us how it’s done!

During “Raising Hope” we only got to see a little snippet of his complete composition.

Today Greyson sent out a tweet saying,

“Hope you guys loved Raising Hope as much as I did! I filmed my version of 'Hard To Handle', tell me what u think (:”

Here is Greyson’s full version of the song

Now, tell me this kids not going places.

If he is only 14-years-old and able to crank out stuff like this just imagine what he’ll be able to do when he’s 18-years-old.

To see Greyson on "Raising Hope" you can watch several special videos provided by FOX at the link below:

Related: Watch Greyson sing the blues on "Raising Hope" - Video


Follow @GreysonChanceU on twitter – We’re not hard to handle...

1 comment:

  1. Greyson's original Paparazzi had an amazing brief syncopated part which showed his natural awareness of sophisticated rhythms. It's no surprise to hear his mastery of this classic blues song which is strangely compelling sung at a high pitch.
    Hopefully it's just a matter of time before he conquers jazz and soul.
    There's a lot to look forward to.


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