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'America's Got Talent' coming to Raleigh Oct. 7

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Season eight winner Kenichi Ebina will headline "America's Got Talent Live" when it comes to Raleigh Oct. 7 at the Duke Energy Center.

Ebina won with hit NBC show with a unique dance performances that combined illusions, mime, special effects, sound, light and video.

"I still can't believe I won ‘America's Got Talent,'" said Ebina.  "Being a part of Season 8 at Radio City Music Hall was so much fun, and I can't wait to take my act on the road and perform live for the fans who voted for me from their homes across America."

Additional acts on the tour will include:

  • Collins Key – the 17-year-old magician
  • Jimmy Rose – the U.S. Marine Corps veteran who learned to play guitar and write his own songs while serving in Iraq
  • Taylor Williamson – the stand-up comic who charmed judge Heidi Klum
  • Cami Bradley – the singer, songwriter and pianist
  • KriStef Brothers – the unique duo that combine comedy and acrobatics into a one-of-a-kind act
  • Tone The Chiefrocca – the songwriter and rapper from Inglewood, Calif.
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