Music is one of the greatest enjoyments of life. No matter what type of mood you’re in, you can find the right song to express your feelings, or one that will change the way you’re feeling altogether. There are so many different genres, styles, and artists that the possibilities are endless.
Truly great music never goes out of style. Certain music is so classic that it can be appreciated by people of any age, but it still takes a very special person to perform that music the way it was meant to be performed.
So when Sal Valentinetti announced that he wanted to sing old music, people were skeptical. The 20-year-old pizza delivery man definitely had a lot of confidence, but the judges on America’s Got Talent still weren’t sure he had the gravitas to pull off a very classic song…
One of the greatest gifts in life is music. There are so many genres that, no matter what mood you’re in, you can find something that fits perfectly. While everyone can sing, technically, it takes a very talented person to be able to do a beautiful tune justice.
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Twenty-year-old Sal Valentinetti was confident that he had the skills it took to belt out a very well-known number on the game show America’s Got Talent. Even though he delivered pizzas for his cousin on Long Island, he knew he was destined for something greater.
Sal auditioned for the show and was asked to perform in front of the panel of judges. He was nervous, but he knew this could be his big chance at stardom. The judges were skeptical at first. A 20-year-old pizza guy from Long Island performing Frank Sinatra? But they were all ears.
Watch the video of Sal’s entire Frank Sinatra performance on America’s Got Talent. It takes a lot of courage to get up in front of an audience, and Sal took it all in stride! Watch to see the judges reaction to Sal’s rendition of “My Way.”
Wow! Sal’s performance left him holding the audience in the palm of his hand. Could anyone have predicted that kind of ending?
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