'American Song Contest': Semifinals 2 singers list, format and all you need to know
If you've been keeping up with 'American Song Contest', then gear up for Semifinals 2, as the show enters the last lap. The series features "live original musical performances, representing all 50 states, five US territories, and our nation’s capital, competing to win the country’s vote for the best hit song. The 56 artists span a wide range of performers – from undiscovered talent, up-and-coming new artists, and rising stars to established and legendary icons. An incredible solo artist, duo, group or band will represent each location and perform a new original song, celebrating the depth and variety of different styles and genres across America."
So far, fans saw the following states perform in Semifinals 1 -- Alabama (Ni/Co), Colorado (Riker Lynch), Kentucky (Jordan Smith), Massachusetts (Jared Lee), Michigan (Ada LeAnn), Montana (Jonah Prill), New Hampshire (MARi), Oklahoma (AleXa), Rhode Island (Hueston), Washington (Allen Stone) and Wyoming (Ryan Charles). Allen Stone won the jury vote and advanced to the next round, while the others from this segment still await for the audience vote results.
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Who are the singers performing in Semifinal 2?
American Samoa - Tenelle – 'Full Circle'
California - Sweet Taboo – 'Keys to the Kingdom'
Connecticut - Michael Bolton – 'Beautiful World'
Georgia - Stela Cole – 'DIY'
Kansas - Broderick Jones – 'Tell Me'
North Carolina - John Morgan – 'Right in the Middle'
North Dakota - Chloe Fredericks – 'Can't Make You Love Me'
Puerto Rico - Christian Pagán – 'Loko'
Tennessee - Tyler Braden – 'Seventeen'
Texas - Grant Knoche – 'Mr. Independent'
New York - Enisa – 'Green Light' (Wildcard entry)
Following the Semifinal 1 format, five contestants will advance to the finales. One of these will be selected by the jury, while audiences get to vote for the remaining four acts, allowing them to make the cut.
'American Song Contest' airs on Mondays at 8/7c on NBC. You can vote for your favorite performances on the NBC website, the NBC app, and TikTok. You can also stream your favorite artists' songs on your preferred music streaming app.