Atlantic Records has released the final installment of the new original songs featured on NBC’s “American Song Contest.” Tonight, the final 11 artists will perform their original songs in front of hosts Kelly Clarkson and Snoop Dogg, a live studio audience and millions of viewers across America. The songs featured on a recent episode are available HERE.
America voted and in last week’s episode it was revealed that week three artists Riker Lynch (Colorado), Ni/Co (Alabama), and Grant Knoche (Texas) will move on to the Semi-Finals and join Tyler Braden (Tennessee) who was selected by the national jury to automatically advance to the next round. Allen Stone (Washington) also secured a spot to the Semi-Finals after his performance landed him in the top of the jury rankings for week four. Watch all previous performances HERE.
Atlantic Records is the exclusive music partner for “American Song Contest” and will release the original songs featured throughout the series. From the producers of “Eurovision Song Contest” and “The Voice,” the all-live music competition series features 56 Artists, representing the 50 states, five U.S. territories and our nation’s capital, all 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. The list of tonight’s performers can be found below.
Artists featured on “The Live Qualifiers Part 5”:
- Ada LeAnn – “Natalie”
- Andrew Sheppard – “Steady Machine”
- HALIE – “Better Things”
- Jason J. – “Midnight”
- John Morgan – “Right in The Middle”
- Josh Panda – “Rollercoaster”
- Justin Jesso – “Lifeline”
- Khalisol – “Drop”
- Sisqó – “It’s Up”
- Sweet Taboo – “Keys to the Kingdom”
- Tenelle – “Full Circle”
For additional press materials and information on “American Song Contest,” please visit: NBC Media Village.
The results from last week’s performances will be revealed during tonight’s episode as three more artists will advance. Fans at home can vote for their favorite performances on nbc.com/ascvote, the NBC App and on TikTok. Voting for the Qualifiers opens Monday night and will close Wednesday at 7 am ET.