American Song Contest: Songs out for qualifying show 4
The songs competing in the fourth qualifying show of the American Song Contest are out.
The entries are part of episode 4 of the show taking place on the evening of Monday 11 April in the United States (Tuesday morning in Australia).
The songs are being released to streaming services worldwide so aren't available in all regions yet.
Ten of the songs competing are available on the official American Song Playlist:
The remaining song by The Crystal Method is available below:
Artists and songs
Lass Marías - 'From La Finikera' (Arizona)
Stela Cole - 'DIY' (Georgia)
Bronson Varde - '4 You' (Hawaii)
Jared Lee - 'Shameless' (Massachusetts)
The Crystal Method - 'Watch Me Now' (Nevada)
MARi - 'Fly' (New Hampshire)
Bri Steves - 'Plenty Love' (Pennsylvania)
Savannah Keyes - 'Sad Girl' (Utah)
Allen Stone - 'A Bit of Both' (Washington)
NËITHER - 'I Like It' (Washington, D.C.)
Alexis Cunningham - 'Working on a Miracle' (West Virginia)
Can I watch it in Australia?
Australians may need to get "creative" as no Australian service will be broadcasting the show. The show starts at 8:00pm Eastern Time in the United States, which is 10:00am AEST here in Australia. The performances are uploaded on to the official NBC YouTube channel after the show. The following channels internationally do show it with on delayed coverage.
Austria and Germany - ServusTV
Canada - CHCH-DT
Finland - YLE TV2
Greece - ERT
Iceland - RÚV
Norway - NRK
Portugal - RTP
Serbia - RTS
Spain - RTVE Play
Sweden - SVT
United States - NBC including streaming service 'Peacock'
Here is a completely unrelated article about watching TV from abroad. The American Song Contest is based on the 'Eurovision Song Contest' and will feature no less than 56 artists and entries competing for the title of Best Hit Song in the competition. The performances will represent all 50 American states, along with five U.S. territories, as well as Washington, D.C. Grand Final will take place just one day before the 'Eurovision Song Contest' is set to take place in Turin, Italy on May 10.