VIDEO: American Song Contest Qualifiers: Part 3 songs Results!: Yesterday, NBC has telecast the Live Qualifiers Part 3 episode of the inaugural American Song Contest. Previously the 12 songs took that participated yesterday were released ahead of the show that will watch 12 acts compete for more places in the Semi-Finale along with the entire televote results from Part 2! Yesterday, the 2nd qualifier round from the Universal Studio Lot in California has held with the aid of hosts, Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson. Below are territories and states participating and their songs. One more time the jury saved their favorite to advance to the Semi-Final. In the meantime, the remaining acts have to wait to discover which 3 were advanced in the combined jury and public televote. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
American Song Contest Qualifiers
- Texas – Grant Knoche – ‘Mr. Independent‘
- Alabama – Ni/Co – ‘The Difference‘
- Tennessee – Tyler Braden – ‘Seventeen‘
- Colorado – Riker Lynch – ‘Feel the Love‘
- South Dakota – Judd Hoos – ‘Bad Girl‘
- Alaska – Jewel – ‘The Story‘
- Delaware – Nitro Nitra – ‘Train‘
- Northern Mariana Islands – Sabyu – ‘Sunsets and Seaturtles‘
- Florida – Ale Zabala – ‘Flirt‘
- New Jersey – Brooke Alexx – ‘I Don’t Take Pictures Anymore‘
- Louisiana – Brittany Pfantz – ‘Now You Do‘
Last week Jordan Smith of Kentucky and his song “Sparrow” were put forward to the Semi-Final by the jury.
The American Song Contest launched on the 21st of March and runs for 8 weeks on (local) Monday nights. Atlantic Records will publish the songs at midnight in batches at the time of each week. With 56 participants-spanning the 50 states, 5 territories, and Washington D.C the acts will take part across 5 qualifying rounds.
Each round will contain 11 acts with 1 round having 12. After the qualifying rounds, 20 acts plus 2 wildcards will watch a total of 22 acts in the 2-part Semi-Finals and the 10 song Grand Finale. There, one state or territory will be got the crown of Best Hit Song on the 9th of May. Yes, at the time of Eurovision week!
American Song Contest
With the American Song Contest asserted, the Eurovision brand has crossed the Atlantic in a huge way. Of Course, Netflix released a surprise hit movie about the contest, titled “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga in 2020”. You can read the thoughts of our team on the film here. As well, this Logo TV telecast Eurovision throughout the pond from 2016-to 2018.
Plans for the contest were in the making for a while, with Christer Bjorkman declaring in the month of March that talks were ongoing. The first reports about the ideas came out in the month of May 2019, with both Ola Melzig and Bjorkman hosting a press conference. Ola Melzig is also engaged in the first edition for 2022.