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The American Song Contest Week 4 Performers Will Have You Dancing
The battle for Best Original Song continues.
The first round of American Song Contest continues tonight (April 11) with 11 new Artists performing their original songs. By now, you know the conceit of the show: Fifty-six Acts, each representing either a U.S. state, territory, or Washington, D.C., are competing head-to-head with their own songs. The winner will be determined over the course of several rounds by votes from both viewers and a Jury of music industry experts. So far, we've seen 34 Artists compete, and this week, viewers will watch 11 more. Get to know them a little better, below.
Alexis Cunningham, West Virginia
The song: "Working on a Miracle"
In their words: "This song really tells my story and how I’ve been working toward my dream my whole life (like so many people). "
The Crystal Method, Nevada
The song: "Watch Me Now"
In their words: "This feels like a really full circle moment, with Vegas being the album that put TCM on the map 25 years ago."
Allen Stone, Washington
The song: "A Bit of Both"
In their words: "That's right, your pesky Uncle Al is representing the beautiful state of Washington."
Bri Steves, Pennsylvania
The song: "Plenty Love"
In their words: "You can’t fake love. You either feel it or you don’t."
Bronson Varde, Hawaii
The song: "4 You"
In their words: "Super stoked to share my music and home with the world. Doing it for all the Polynesians, Hawaiians, and every local boy and girl from Hawaii that got a dream!"
Jared Lee, Massachusetts
The song: "Shameless"
In their words: "Happy to be repping my home state! Let’s go Mass!!"
Las Marias, Arizona
The song: "From La Finikera"
In their words: "Listos para ver este gran espectáculo?"
MARi, New Hampshire
The song: "Fly"
In their words: "It’s gonna be straight-up fuego."
NËITHER, Washington, D.C.
The song: "I Like It"
Savannah Keyes, Utah
The song: "Sad Girl"
In their words: "So much of what I am is because of where I am from."
Stela Cole, Georgia
The song: "DIY"
In their words: "Interstelas!!!!!! I’ve been dying trying to keep this secret for MONTHS…," she wrote to her fans in regards to being on American Song Contest.
American Song Contest airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.