Marty Brown Plans Album Despite 'America's Got Talent' Elimination
Brown had initially wowed the judges during an audition (which he was tricked into attending by his wife) with a powerful cover of Bob Dylan's "Make You Feel My Love." While the judges agreed that his take in this round was for the most part solid, ultimately in this round he didn't earn enough votes to stay. Among the 12 semifinalists who performed this week, only six will advance in the competition, and Brown will not be one of them.
That, however, isn't deterring the Kentucky singer. Now that his career has been revived and he has a whole new set of fans, he vows to keep moving forward.
In a note on his Facebook page, he thanked his fans "for your love and support" and said that he now plans on "going home and spending time with family and deciding on future projects in the music industry."
As to what those "future projects" might entail, it seems he more than ready to get back into a recording studio. He said in a tweet posted early this morning that his appearance on the show was "a great opportunity" that "got me back out in the public and ready to make a new album!" more on this story
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