Monday, August 12, 2013

MUSIC: Tomorrow is Cami Bradley's next AGT performance

Posted By on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 3:19 PM

Cami Bradley, Spokane’s native singer, musician, and current America’s Got Talent competitor, is one round away from advancing to the semifinals. After winning the praise of judges Howie Mandel, Howard Stern, Heidi Klum and Mel B., Cami is traveling to New York City to perform on the stage of Radio City Music Hall tomorrow, Aug. 13.

She'll compete against 11 other acts, which include a chorus and orchestra ensemble, a young rock band, a group of musicians who drum on a large man's stomach, a troupe of acrobatic ice-skaters, dancers, a juggling unicyclist, a comedian, a male pole dancer, and two other singers. 

The show broadcasts at 9 pm PST on NBC. Cami and the other contestants will attempt to wow America with their talents, then elicit support during the five-hour voting period between 8 pm and 1 am Pacific time.

Only four of the 12 acts will advance to the next round. Having already made it past two rounds of judging, Cami now belongs in the top 60 acts of the season. 

During the voting period, fans can cast their vote on the AGT web site, a telephone number to be announced during the show, and on Twitter with the hashtag #AGTVote. Fans may vote up to 10 times online and 10 times via phone, but just once via Twitter.

In a video posted on her Facebook music page, Cami says, “My life would change dramatically if I end up winning the competition. It would be out of this world. Everything — everything — would change.”

For more information about the show, check out our earlier post on Cami Bradley, the America’s Got Talent Facebook page, or use the hashtag #AGT on Twitter and Instagram.

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