Music Compounds GOT TALENT Live Show Winners

Coconut Telegraph

During the first annual ‘GOT TALENT’ live show on Saturday, May 13 at Music Compound, Trey Wanvig was chosen as the grand prize winner after his rendition of “Just got paid” by Johnny Temp. Runners up included Amanda Yoder in second place and Rickey Tedesco in third place, with Carter Dalton chosen by the audience as the “People’s Choice” award winner. More than $10,000 in prizes were awarded during the event. The contestants auditioned on March 25 for a chance to perform during the live show; out of more than 50 who auditioned, 18 made the cut. As the winner of the ‘GOT TALENT’ competition, Wanvig received a prize valued at $3,500 that includes 3 hours at Jump Dog Audio Productions, the opportunity to work with songwriter Alicia Major, the chance to headline a show at Music Compound and a 3-month premium membership at Music Compound.

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