Sam Cieri has worked a variety of jobs, like cleaning and painting houses, to make ends meet. His true passion, however, has always revolved around music.
In fact, the New Jersey native is the lead singer of a band called Nicotine Dolls. But it wasn’t until very recently that Sam’s dream of being able to pay his bills from making music finally came true.
After years of hard work, Sam is finally seeing results! To keep the momentum going, he decided to audition for “America’s Got Talent” so he could share his amazing voice with the world.
“The dream is to be a musician,” Sam said to the judges. “And that’s my job, and that’s what I do everyday, and it self-sustains. I am going to be creative and that’s going to be my job.”
As soon as Sam opened his mouth, the audience couldn’t help but cheer! Meanwhile, the judges looked at him with their eyes and mouths wide open, completely mesmerized. We certainly don’t blame them. Sam’s powerful and raspy voice seems out of this world — he was born to be a star!
“I think this is your moment, Sam,” said Sofía Vergara.
Not surprisingly, all three judges said “yes” to Sam moving on to the next round of the competition. We don’t know how this season is going to unfold, but there’s one thing we know for sure: Sam has a bright future as a musician ahead of him!
Watch Sam’s incredible performance in the video below, and don’t forget to share with a friend.
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