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The Willis Clan to Compete on America’s Got Talent

The Willis Clan on America's Got Talent

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After wowing the judges with their Appalachian-inspired rendition of The Sound of Music‘s “My Favorite Things,” The Willis Clan made it through the first audition of America’s Got Talent. The musical family competes in the next round tonight at 9/8c on NBC. Results will be revealed on NBC tomorrow at 8/7c. 

The Willis Clan do more than sing. The 12 Willis childrens’ interests and talents vary from songwriting and dancing to wrestling and horseback riding. And almost everything the family is involved in links back to their Irish roots. Between Irish dancing and wrestling competitions, there is never a dull moment with this crew. Parents Brenda and Toby homeschool and coach their children, ranging in ages from 3 to 21, encouraging them to reach their full creative potential.

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“It’s like, ‘If this is what my job is going to be, we’re going to have to buckle down and really, really work hard.’ And the kids have. I think they’re just scratching the surface of where they are going to go,” Toby said in an interview with The Tennessean.

The Willis Clan already has two albums, Roots and Boots, and they are in the middle of producing their third album, Heaven. The Clan will also perform at the Grand Ole Opry on August 23 and October 21.

Watch their performance on America’s Got Talent:

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