Angelica Hale Continues to Gain National Prominence

Sing Like A Star has many students, and some of them go on to national and even international prominence. Take, for example, former Sing Like A Star vocal student Angelica Hale. Born in 2007, this talented youngster took what she learned via Sing Like A Star and made a name for herself on the TV show America’s Got Talent. She competed in the 12th season of the show, and became runner-up to that season’s winner, Darci Lynne Farmer. Meanwhile, she competed on the first season of America’s Got Talent: The Champions where she received the Golden Buzzer from judge Howie Mandel for her rendition of “Fight Song.” How cool is that?

She may be small in stature, and so young, but Angelica Hale has a big voice. She also has a drive to win– she’s a true competitor. Whether she sings Alicia Keys’ “This Girl is on Fire” or Andra Day’s stirring “Rise Up,” she wows people with her voice and engaging stage performance. Furthermore, people know a little bit about her personal history– she was diagnosed with kidney disease and received a replacement kidney from her mom… all the more reason to root for her, right?

Maybe you’ve been watching shows like America’s Got Talent, American Idol, or The Voice and thinking to yourself, “What if I was on that show? What would I sing? Would I wow the judges?” Sing Like A Star helps prepare students for moments like those in their lives– moments when they’re in a vocal competition, whether local and non-televised, or national and televised, and gets them to the point where they have the confidence to sing in front of audiences as well as cameras.

Do you want to improve your singing voice and vocal abilities? Then consider taking vocal lessons via Sing Like A Star. And keep Angelica Hale in mind– she should serve as an inspiration to you. If she can take lessons and impress millions on TV, so could you!

Online lessons are available. Or, if you’re in the Atlanta area, in-person lessons are available at our studios in Alpharetta or East Cobb. For more info, see our contact page or call 404-790-1830, Monday thru Friday, 10am to 6pm EST.

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