Country singer Benton Blount will perform on Tuesday’s final round episode of “America’s Got Talent” at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
This is the 10th anniversary of the show and the winner will be announced on Wednesday night.
Benton Blount’s next performance for “America’s Got Talent” will be in August at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.
Today, Blount gave GreerToday.com an exclusive interview looking back at Tuesday’s performance, looking ahead and singing for the first time with his two-year-old son, Jackson, in the audience.
There was shagging during two sets of the East Coast Band’s performance.
Joe Fowler was a double winner despite fishing alone at Saturday’s 20th annual Greer Family Fest Bass Fishing Tournament.
The first place haul of 15.3 pounds earned the $1,000 first prize. His biggest catch, weighing 6.2 pounds, earned the top catch.
Women from Praise Cathedral, Freedom Fellowship, Fairview Baptist, Buncombe Street United Methodist, and Milestone Community churches are organizing a rally scheduled Thursday that precedes Beth Moore’s Living Proof Ministry event in the upstate later this summer.
A kickoff rally with 400-500 women attendees is Thursday 6:30 – 8 p.m. at Fairview Baptist Church. Betsy Langmade of LifeWay will be the keynote speaker.
Ever wonder what it's like to be a Greer High School football player on Friday night?
The bright lights, enthusiastic crowd, "2001: A Space Odyssey" reverberating through the loud speakers, and billowing smoke welcome the players and coaches as they parade through the grandstands minutes before the start of the game at Dooley Field. It is arguably one of the coolest entrances in high school football.
The Yellow Jackets Sports Network, for the past 25 years, has committed its Friday nights to bringing the sounds of Greer High School football to its followers one play at a time.
Robbie Gravley, Chad Lister, and Van Brannon, in 1990, went live on the radio and a new tradition in Greer was born. They have added more local talent along the way picking up Steven "Worm" Gay, Bryan "Red" Watson, and David Holtzclaw but continued with the traditional play-by-play calls, coaches and players interviews and halftime reports.
According to the Greer Idol Facebook page, Greer Idol and Tunes in the Park continue tonight inside.
Tunes in the Park and Greer Idol finals are moving inside the Greer City Hall event center tonight.
We have a limited number of chairs so please feel free to bring your own. We will be selling Chick-fil-a, Moe’s, Pepsi and Budweiser products.
Greer Idol Teen 6-7pm
Carolina Coast Band 7-8pm
Greer Idol 8-9pm
Carolina Coast Band 9-10pm
Idol Winners will be announced at 10pm
The evening rain showers took a night off and gave Tunes in the Park some hot sunshine instead.
The crowd came out as early at 5:30 p.m. to support the 6 p.m. Greer Idol Teen and Greer Idol competition.
Here are some of my favorite foods to grill that are away from traditional meats and vegetables.
1. CHEESE: Provolone or halloumi, when seared on each side, adds extra flavor to that cheese and fruit tray when entertaining.
Memorial Day is the first holiday of the year that brings out our inner professional griller. I love to grill but we have our favorites and it is time consuming to experiment with new sauce recipes during the busy week.
Holidays and summer vacations with family and friends challenge us, though, to be creative and step up our grilling game.
It’s that time of year when outdoor grilling makes its debut. May is considered grilling month and over Memorial week the highest volumes of grills are sold.
When considering which meal to prepare on the grill, don't be scared to try out some fun and easy vegetable recipes as well. Fresh corn in the husks will impress your guests and keep the menu light and colorful. Corn in the husks or in aluminum foil can be prepared easily in less than 35 minutes.
Miss Greater Greer Lia Holman and Miss Greater Greer Teen Brittany Doss hosted the Princess and Prince pageant Saturday morning.
Tug Smith, winner of the 2-4 Prince age group, kept the crowd smiling during that competition.
Scores of young, high-stepping talented dancers came to Greer Friday night to show judges they knew they could dance. They also raised more than $5,000 for Relay for Life of Greer.
Krumms on the Plate held its grand opening Thursday where the smell was the main order of the business. Tasting the baked pastries, desserts and food was the so-called icing in the cake.
Krumms, a baking and catering business, is at 3318 Brushy Creek Road.
Austin Gay, an infielder with Greer High School, signed a baseball grant-in-aid with Erskine College Tuesday.
He has lettered in varsity and jayvee baseball under coaches Bob Massullo, Kevin Gregory and Eric Moody.
Local talent J. Adam Broome shared a video message to fans while speaking with former Greer Idol winner Dana Jordan.
Broome is a singer and songwriter who has opened for bands like The Piedmont Boys and Benton Blount.
Edwin Hutchison is one of the coolest state champions around. Hutchison, by winning several competitions including the South Carolina Ice Sculpture championship, qualified for the world championships held in Fairbanks, Alaska where his team finished ninth.
The two person team competition consisted of Edwin, Ice Age Ice Sculptures of Greenville owner and Brian Conners from their Charleston location. They spent 16 days in sub zero temperatures in Fairbanks.