Last evening (Oct. 17), Justin Tranter took to the stage of The Sayer’s Club in Hollywood, Calif. for Beyond, a Spirit Day live performance benefiting GLAAD.
Throughout the evening, Tranter carried out tracks they'd a hand in co-writing, together with Halsey’s “Bad At Love,” DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean" and Imagine Dragons’ “Believer,” which they carried out alongside Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds. Another main spotlight got here on the high of the present, when Tranter gave Justin Bieber's 2015 Hot 100 chart topper "Sorry" some punk rock aptitude.
The occasion raised over $400,000 for the LGBTQ media advocacy group and was additionally attended by Nick Jonas and Darren Criss. “I wish to be sure that the music enterprise actually understands and is conscious of how a lot the LGBTQ neighborhood contribiutes to our superb, gajillion-dollar trade,” Tranter, who curated the live performance, defined to Billboard.
Check out Tranter’s efficiency of “Sorry” on the Spirit Day live performance under.