Great music is not just about what you hear – but also about how you feel. That is why the most memorable music acts have two key ingredients in common:
- They spark emotion in us; they touch our hearts and make us feel something, whether it’s melancholia, sadness, happiness, or any other feeling.
- They bring something new and exciting. Maybe it’s a unique voice, a distinctive way of performing, or an exciting way of approaching a certain music genre.
That’s the theory, but how does it all translate on stage?
These music acts from America’s Got Talent are the perfect examples of acts that are hard to forget, so let’s get to it!
1. Jackie Evancho
America’s Got Talent season 5 runner-up, Jackie Evancho, hit it out of the ballpark with a breathtaking performance of Ave Maria in the finals of the show.
Considering she was only ten years old at the time, saying that her achievement was impressive is an understatement.
From the get-go, the judges were struck by Jackie’s unforgettable voice. Listening to her sing, it was hard to believe that such a powerhouse voice belonged to a child.
Since then, Jackie went on to record multiple albums that went platinum and build a successful career as a singer.
Recently, Evancho, who is now a stunning young woman, returned to America’s Got Talent Champions to perform – and it was magical. Take a look:
2. The CraigLewis Band
The R&B/Gospel vocal duo act delivered some of the most memorable music acts from America’s Got Talent, season 10.
Their soulful renditions made them an instant hit with audiences from all over the world, and it’s no surprise why. It’s hard not to get goosebumps when listing to this amazing duo of extremely talented musicians sing.
But don’t just take our word for it.
Watch their performance from the finals of the show and see for yourself. For this rendition of “Beggin,” the two received standing ovations from all the judges.
3. Brian Justin Crum
Pop singer Brian Justin Crum competed on Season 11 of America’s Got Talent and dazzled everyone with his distinctive voice and authenticity.
One of the things the judges, as well as the audience, appreciated most about him was that he didn’t just sing the lyrics of a song – he told a story through music.
His ability to create emotion and connect to his audience at a profound level is what makes Brian stand out from the rest and helps him create truly memorable music acts.
Here’s one of his breathtaking performances from the show, which is likely to send chills down your spine.
4. Laura Bretan
Laura Bretan started singing in church when at four years old, but it was at age seven when she discovered she could sing differently.
Later on, after expanding her musical knowledge and listening to different genres, Laura discovered her love for classical music. From that point on, Laura began working relentlessly towards fulfilling her biggest dream, that of becoming a professional opera singer.
On season 11 of America’s Got Talent, Laura finished in the Top 10, but her one-of-a-kind voice had the entire country talking long after the show came to an end.
Check out her awe-inspiring performance from the finals of the show in the video below.
Memorable Music Acts Are Not Easy to Come by
If you wish to create an unforgettable experience for guests attending your next event, then we recommend investing in the best entertainment. But when you don’t know where to start looking, booking a memorable act is not always easy.
However, a specialized entertainment booking agency like The Grable Group can make your job a lot easier. Get in touch with us today at (615) 283-0039 for more information.
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