Capitals anthem singer Caleb Green will be performing on the America’s Got Talent live show Tuesday night as a member of Voices of Service. The singing group is made up of entirely of veterans and active-duty service members between the ages of 45 and 54.
Not only are many local Capitals fans excited about Caleb’s big night, but so is one literal member of the team: Tom Wilson.
Wilson wished Caleb good luck on Twitter, Monday.
— Tom Wilson (@tom_wilso) August 12, 2019
Can’t thank you enough! @VoicesofService sends our appreciation to you. We intend to comply with your request Sir!
— Caleb Green (@noazark151) August 12, 2019
Green’s close friend and frequent anthem-singing partner, Bob McDonald, also wished him good luck.
Tonight is the night to watch my buddy @noazark151 and his Voices of Service on America’s Got Talent. Let’s vote them onto the next round!
— Bob McDonald (@bobinarlington) August 13, 2019
Voices of Service made the live show after two fantastic performances. The group first wowed judges after singing Katy Perry’s Rise, receiving a standing ovation from the crowd. Later, during the Judge Cuts show, VOS performed a goosebumps-inspiring version of Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again.
“We really, really like you guys as people. All of your voices are amazing,” Simon Cowell said.
Tuesday morning, Voices of Service posted a video thanking their fans outside of Dolby Theatre. They hoped they’d make them proud later in the evening.
“We’re feeling a little nervous, but at the same time, we think we’re going to bring it, y’all,” Sergeant First Class Jason Hanna.
“Thank you so much for your support,” added Green. “We are one big happy Voices of Service family. God bless you. God bless America.”
Eclipse Restaurant, a sports bar in Gainesville, VA, will be hosting a Watch Party to cheer Caleb and his fellow partners on.
Tonight’s episode will mark the first time America will be able to weigh in and vote for their favorite acts. Here’s how you can keep Voices of Service on the show.
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