BRENDON URIE Returns To His Old High School
Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie released the first episode of Neighborhood of Good where he returned to his hometown of Las Vegas. The singer stopped by his old high school and became a mentor of the students in the Boys & Girls Club, hoping to influence them to be confident in following their dreams.
The short documentary also shows the “High Hopes” singer reflect on how music aided him in getting through the day, including some private home videos taken while he’s still a kid. It also featured Brendon’s band teacher Richard Matta and his mother Nani Urie who both inspired him throughout his childhood and shaped him to be that star that we all know today.
Real talk, I wouldn't be the person I am today if it wasn't for those who inspired me throughout my childhood. ❤️ Now's my turn to give back & I'm doing it with @StateFarm! Get up to speed with how we're #HereToHelp in Episode 1. https://t.co/XgjhxbYBmf 👀 #ad pic.twitter.com/SBMD5Xo3nY— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) September 18, 2018
Brendon Urie is all about giving back the love lately. A month after releasing “High Hopes” music video, he started Highest Hopes Foundation, a nonprofit organization aiming to support human rights. In the meantime, check out the first episode of Neighborhood of Good below!
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