American Song Contest premieres live for the first qualifying round, Monday, March 21, 2022 at 8/7c on NBC!
American Song Contest will feature professional musical artists such as solo singers, duos, or groups of up to six members from each of the 50 US states.
The format will put artists head-to-head against other representatives in a series of qualifier competitions, leading to the semi-finals and the primetime final.
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- Yam Haus from Minnesota sings “Ready to Go”
- AleXa from Oklahoma sings “Wonderland”
- Kelsey Lamb from Arkansas sings “Never Like This”
- UG skywalkin ft. Maxie from Indiana sings “Love in My City”
- Christian Pagan from Puerto Rico performs “Loko”
- Michael Bolton from Connecticut performs “Beautiful World”
- Alisabeth Von Presley from Iowa performs “Wonder”
- Jake’O from Wisconsin perform “Feel Your Love”
- Keyone Starr from Mississippi performs “Fire”
- Ryan Charles from Wyoming sings “New Boot Goofin'”
- Hueston from Rhode Island sings “Held On Too Long”
American Song Contest is the newest American music reality competition television series based on the Eurovision Song Contest.
It will see all 50 US states compete for the title of Best Original Song. Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson will serve hosts.
The American Song Contest winner is determined by television viewers through public voting. The winner will receive prizes and the the title of Best Original Song.
American Song Contest airs Mondays on NBC. The show is also available to watch via NBC’s official live streaming channel.