The America’s Got Talent Live – All Stars Tour features performances by the past two season’s finalists and viewer favorites, with Jerry Springer hosting the event. Performers include this season’s champion $1 million winner Olate Dogs, last season’s winner Eugene Landau Murphy, this season’s mentalist/mind reader Eric Dittelman, escape artist/illusionist Spencer Horsman, and last season’s 12 year old singing sensation, Anna Graceman. Throughout an illustrious career, Jerry Springer has become a cultural and civic icon. In addition to hosting “The Jerry Springer Show,” now in its 21st season, he has been the mayor of Cincinnati, political pundit, lawyer, Emmy award-winning newscaster, game show host, a country recording artist, international emcee and TV personality. He has been in movies and on Broadway, he's a progressive talk-radio broadcaster and recently Springer won America's heart with his ballroom dancing. Anna Graceman, 12, is an accomplished singer and songwriter, equally comfortable singing in front of friends and family as she is in front of the TV camera where she has blown millions of people away with her powerful and deeply soulful voice. Spencer Horsman is an escape artist born into the entertainment business with both parents performing with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey as circus clowns. He was introduced to magic at age four, started ventriloquism at eight, and began performing for TV by the age of 15. His audition, performing upside down in a
straitjacket, held in place with ropes which were lit on fire gained him notoriety during season 7. Eric Dittelman was a semi-finalist on season 7, where he performed his unique blend of mind reading with stand up and improvisational comedy. As part of his AGT prize as sixth season winner, Eugene Landau Murphy realized a lifelong dream and headlined a show at the Colosseum Theater at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. Many have compared his smooth vocals and phrasing to that of Frank Sinatra, and his rags to riches rise has been nothing short of phenomenal. The Olate Dogs had their humble beginnings when 12 year old, Richard Olate, took his love for dogs and turned it into a small entertainment troupe in his native Chile. They are now America’s most recognized dog entertainers as the most recent winners of America’s Got Talent.
Tickets: Tickets ($25.50, $29.50, $39.50) are on sale Friday, December 21 at 10 am at the Comcast Arena at Everett Box Office, online at www.comcastarenaeverett.com , or by calling 866-332-8499.