Billy Gilman’s New York Post Interview

The New York Post talked to Billy Gilman, and in Friday’s edition, Gilman revealed his thoughts about his life, his career and his future.

On the subject of school, Gilman was asked if he is glad he doesn’t have to sit in a classroom all day. He responded that if he had to attend school, he would be thinking about whether or not the teacher was going to be mean or not, and if the upcoming year would be a hard one. “I’m lucky I don’t have to go to regular school. I might get shoved into a locker,” he jokes. When asked about his favorite school subject Gilman told The Post, “Probably reading. I don’t like math, but I know you have to know it.”

As for fun, Gilman says he would like to do some traveling. “I’d like to try and climb a big mountain. I’d also like to visit all Seven Wonders of the World. That would be pretty cool.”

And what about the future? “If I go to college, I want to study management. I want to know how things come together [in the entertainment industry]. It’s really important stuff.”

Believe it or not, Gilman was also asked about what will happen when his voice changes. “I can’t go down into my voice and tell it to stop,” he says. “I have to work with it and take it one step at a time. We’ve already lowered some of my songs a whole step. My voice is changing every day.”


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