American Song Contest is back, back, back again for heat four. After the jury had their say, the first act moving on to the next round is Washington’s Allen Stone.
There were 11 new acts taking to the stage to represent their state or territory (or, in this week’s case, federal district). They were each hoping to secure one of four qualification spots to the semi-finals.
American Song Contest heat four
Four acts will ultimately qualify from the heat.
The professional jury selected one qualifier during the live programme. Coming out on top of the jury votes was Washington’s Allen Stone with his jazzy and soulful song “A Bit of Both”. He’ll now move on to the semi-finals.
The public now have three days to vote for their favourites and choose three other acts to advance.
During the show, we also found out who the televoters chose to qualify from last week’s heat three. It was Alabama, Colorado, and Texas who advanced.
- New Hampshire: MARi – “Fly”
- Nevada: The Crystal Method – “Watch Me Now”
- Utah: Savannah Keyes – “Sad Girl”
- Washington, D.C.: NËITHER – “I Like It”
- Massachusetts: Jared Lee – “Shameless”
- Georgia: Stela Cole – “DIY”
- Hawaii: Bronson Varde – “4 You”
- West Virginia: Alexis Cunningham – “Working on a Miracle”
- Arizona: Las Marías – “De La Finikera”
- Pennsylvania: Bri Steves – “Plenty Love”
- Washington: Allen Stone – “A Bit of Both”
Are you happy to see Washington’s Allen Stone progress to the semi-finals of American Song Contest? Which other heat four acts are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments below.