Fans gathered at the Cask and Kilt Irish Pub in Albany Tuesday night to watch America's Got Talent. They were cheering on Taylor Davis.
The 18 year-old singer and guitar player from Leesburg was one of 12 acts who performed live on the show. The folks at the pub say we need to support our hometown guy.
Cask & Kilt Bartender Kelli Bailey said, "Tonight, we're all gathering around and watching on the big screen tv's America's Got Talent to support our local Leesburg boy Taylor Davis. I wish him the best. My daughter knows him, she goes to school with him, so I'm kind of proud and hope he gets it."
Watch America's Got Talent Wednesday night to find out if he moves on to the next round.
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