Not many 14-year-old boys get on stange and start singing to the piano on these shows. So for him to get up there and do that changes the whole vibe in the arena. It's an awesome song choice that gets everyone in the crowd to do the twist and sing along!
Tilman's song of choice was "Great Balls of Fire" and he performs it in a unique way. He has an awesome voice and piano skills that will make you saw "wow!" Tilman has some serious skills that change the mood of the people watching and brings everyone to their feet. Even the judges get out of their chair and dance after hitting the button to recruit him. Stage presence is key to win these competitions and his will put a huge smile on your face. He didn't get too far before the judges knew that he was a star in the making.
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Russell Wilson, the Christian NFL star rumored to be dating R&B singer Ciara Harris, appears to be impacting Harris' prayer life after he invited her to visit the Seattle Children's Hospital where the pair encouraged children who are battling cancer. The experience later inspired the singer to pray for the children.
Wilson, the 26-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback, has been consistent in volunteering for the hospital for years and was even named "team captain" in the initiative called "Strong Against Cancer" last year. In recent weeks the football player has been spotted with Harris at places like the Japan state dinner and a Seattle Mariners game.
The Twitter account for both the hospital and the Seattle Children's Hospital and Research Foundation's "Strong Against Cancer" initiative, which seeks to end childhood cancer in the next decade, expressed gratitude to both Wilson and Harris for their visit. more >>
Matthew Schuler sings a rendition of "Hallelujah" that will give you the chills from start to finish. It's one thing to get up there and sing it like others do, but to re-invent the song is even more powerful. Even Christina Aguilera was bowing her head in praise.
On a night of auditioning on "The Voice," this man shines like a star. "Hallelujah" is one of those songs that just never gets old. Even after you hear it a thousand times, it still travels deep and touches your heart. Singing praise to Jesus never gets played out and Matthew really proves that here. He comes out on stage and delivers a performance that had everyone bowing their heads, even the JUDGES! What did you think about his performance?
"For this I will praise you, O Lord, among the nations, and sing praises to your name. -2 Samuel 22:50 more >>
Nearly two decades after rising to fame as part of the best-selling boy band in history, two members of the Backstreet Boys were captured on video recently getting baptized in Israel's Jordan River.
Last month, Backstreet Boys members Howie Dorough and Brian Littrell took time out of the Middle East leg of the band's world tour to connect with their faith in the holy land through an emotional baptism ceremony. Littrell, also a Christian artist, was joined by his wife, Leighanne Littrell, during the ritual he described as an "amazing experience."
When this nerdy looking boy band, Triple Threat, took the stage, the people watching didn't seem impressed. The judges even laughed at them. That's until they started to harmonize.
Triple threat immediately caught the ears of the judges and the heart from the crowd, as they started to sing. In this audition they sing the song "Classic," and it sounds amazing. Even more amazing is how these boys met. It all started when the three of them got injured on the football team. While being injured, they were able to find things to do, such as sing together. They realized that when they sing music together it sounds really good.
I mean who would really believe these boys can really sing well together? Proving once again, don't judge a book by its cover! more >>
Popular contemporary gospel artist and pastor of Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Marvin Sapp says he was snubbed so badly by an employee at a Ruth's Chris Steak House in Chicago the offense became a lifetime record for him.
Sapp, 48, took to his Facebook page to speak out about the Ruth's Chris Steak House Chicago encounter where he had gone with six members of his entourage to dine.
"#ToWhomItMayConcern This evening in the city of Chicago as a guest of this city, (Chicago GospelFest) I have been never so offended in my life," he wrote on Saturday. "At 'Ruth's Chris' a restaurant that I have eaten in across this country on many occasions, turned six members of my party and I away because of our attire. Stating they only serve individuals dressed in business casual attire." more >>