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    Watch: Robert Finley Performs New Song, "Starting to See," on "America's Got Talent"

    Soul singer Robert Finley returned to America's Got Talent on NBC for the quarter finals last night to perform a brand-new song, "Starting to See." You can watch his performance, which once again wowed the audience and the judges, below.

    Finley's album Goin’ Platinum! was produced by Dan Auerbach and released on Easy Eye Sound label, distributed by Nonesuch Records, in December 2017. "He's the greatest living soul singer as far as I’m concerned," says Auerbach. Finley is surrounded on the album by all-time-great session musicians with skill to match his singular voice, including drummer Gene Chrisman (Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin), keys player Bobby Woods (JJ Cale, Bobby Womack), horns players from Preservation Hall, and legendary guitarist Duane Eddy. Goin’ Platinum! was co-written and produced by Auerbach and also features writing credits by legendary songwriters John Prine, Nick Lowe, and Pat McLaughlin.

    To pick up a copy of Goin' Platinum!, head to the Easy Eye Sound Store, Nonesuch Store, iTunes, and Amazon, and listen now on Spotify and Apple Music.

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Watch: Robert Finley Performs New Song, "Starting to See," on "America's Got Talent"

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Robert Finley returned to America's Got Talent on NBC for the quarter finals last night to perform a brand-new song, "Starting to See." You can watch his performance, which once again wowed the audience and the judges, here.

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Soul singer Robert Finley returned to America's Got Talent on NBC for the quarter finals last night to perform a brand-new song, "Starting to See." You can watch his performance, which once again wowed the audience and the judges, below.

Finley's album Goin’ Platinum! was produced by Dan Auerbach and released on Easy Eye Sound label, distributed by Nonesuch Records, in December 2017. "He's the greatest living soul singer as far as I’m concerned," says Auerbach. Finley is surrounded on the album by all-time-great session musicians with skill to match his singular voice, including drummer Gene Chrisman (Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin), keys player Bobby Woods (JJ Cale, Bobby Womack), horns players from Preservation Hall, and legendary guitarist Duane Eddy. Goin’ Platinum! was co-written and produced by Auerbach and also features writing credits by legendary songwriters John Prine, Nick Lowe, and Pat McLaughlin.

To pick up a copy of Goin' Platinum!, head to the Easy Eye Sound Store, Nonesuch Store, iTunes, and Amazon, and listen now on Spotify and Apple Music.

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Robert Finley: "Starting to See" on "America's Got Talent," August 2019

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