Winning NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” at just 12 years old by the most votes for a final performance in the history of the show, singer/ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer impresses audiences across the country with her sweetheart disposition and undeniable, show-stopping talent beyond her years. She is accompanied on stage by her musical friends, including a diva-esque rabbit, Petunia; a shy and soulful mouse, Oscar; and a sarcastic old woman, Edna. Singing through her friends helped the young entertainer find a voice inside she didn’t know she had and helped her overcome a lifelong struggle with shyness.
An Oklahoma native, Darci began participating in talent-based pageants at a young age and picked up ventriloquism shortly after. Two weeks later, Darci began tackling talent shows, eventually making it to the biggest talent show on television, NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” Following her big win, she has been featured on NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” Food Network’s “Kids Baking Championship,” “Ellen” and “TODAY.” Her first Christmas special, “Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas,”aired on NBC on Dec. 11, 2018, and, in January 2019, Darci returned to the “America’s Got Talent” stage for AGT “The Champions”and won second place. Darci and her friends are continually on the road bringing smiles to audiences across the country.
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Justin Lansing and Joe Mailander have been exploring the outdoors together since they were kids. Now, as the GRAMMY®-winning Okee Dokee Brothers, they write songs to encourage kids and families to get outside and get creative. The duo’s most recent album, Winterland, is a tribute to the season of coziness, family time and outdoor fun! This cold-weather project is the follow-up to their wildly popular Adventure Album trilogy, which was inspired by their extended canoe trip down the Mississippi River (“Can You Canoe?”), their month-long trek along the Appalachian Trail (“Through The Woods”) and a joyous horseback adventure through the American West (“Saddle Up”). With songs written under wide-open skies and harmonies fine-tuned around the campfire, the natural world is at the heart of the duo’s Americana folk music. The Okee Dokee Brothers make room for kids to dance, for parents to share stories, and for everyone to gain respect for nature, each other and the world we live in.