Singer-Songwriter Chord Overstreet of “Glee” Talks How It All Started

STRIKING A CHORD. Son of a top singer-songwriter and raised in the shadow of the Grand Ole Opry in the world’s epicenter of country music, Chord Overstreet was born, and named, to make music. But a funny thing happened on the way to the Grammys … and it goes by the name of “Glee

 

 

Some people struggle and never get there, and then there are guys like Chord Overstreet, still in his early 20s, who is making a gigantic splash as the new star of hit TV show Glee. Growing up amongst country music royalty (his father is Paul Overstreet, who has worked with all the big names of that genre, from Randy Travis to Tanya Tucker) obviously prepared Chord for such success and he seems to be taking it all in stride, while insisting that he isn’t getting mobbed yet. Here, he shows his modeling skills and gives DA MAN some insights about his Glee character, Sam Evans, and other projects in the works.

 

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