Local teen uses music talents to cope with bullying

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YORK, Pa. - When Leon Zellers sings, everyone listens.   Zellers says he started singing and performing at a very young age. By the age of 10, he performed at a York Revolution game, bringing grown men to tears, according to his mother.

Now 18 years old, he is continuing to use his voice to chase his dreams, creating music that helps him cope with bullying.

"I used to get bullied a lot in school because of how skinny I am, " he said. "So, my dad got me a guitar and he started telling me what to do."

Over the past four years, the York County teen's talents have led him to audition for "The X Factor," "The Voice" and "American Idol."



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