Voices Of Service Open Up About ‘Exhilarating’ Performance On ‘AGT’

Voices of Service have done it again. The group of four military veterans performed during the quarter-finals last night on “America’s Got Talent”, singing a rendition of Gavin Degraw’s “Fire”.

They had the judges and audience giving them another standing ovation at the end of their showstopping delivery with Simon Cowell saying, “I could sum it up with one word: Inspirational.”

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Joining Caleb Green, Jason Hanna, Christal Rheams and Ron Henry on stage was a military chorus composed of all five armed forces branches, adding to the strong, gospel feel.

Cowell continued to praise the group adding: “I believe going forward into the later rounds that you’re capable of coming up with a song that could literally stop the traffic with your voices, so congratulations.”

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We caught up with the group after their unforgettable performance where they opened up about their emotional journey.

Rheams said the reaction they have received has been “overwhelming.”

“The energy we got from the crowd as soon as we hit the stage was exhilarating,” added the singer.

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