America’s Most Musical Family SERIES PREMIERE | Full Episode: Season 1 Episode 1

America’s Most Musical Family SERIES PREMIERE | Full Episode: Season 1 Episode 1


female narrator: They’ve come
from all across North America.
– We’re from…all: Hiram, Georgia.– Nashville, Tennessee.– We live in South Jersey.narrator: Each with totally
different styles…
– We perform R&B urban
hip-hop.
– Modern pop-country.both: We play rock.narrator: But all sharing one
big thing in common.
– We are a family band. all: Leahy family! – We’re all siblings. all: Whoo! – I’m his son.
This is my dad. – We are twin sister.
[laughter] all: Harris Brothers.– We are brother and sister.– We are a three-generational
family.
– It’s a family thing.
– It is a family thing.– ♪ Oh baby ♪narrator: Welcome to“America’s Most Musical
Family,”
a music competition show like
you’ve never seen…
– Ready to get this party
started?narrator: Hosted by
multiplatinum-selling artist
Nick Lachey.– You know I’m actually in a
family band.narrator: Each week, five
brand-new family bands
get their chance to rock the
stage.
♪ Just give me six strings
and a half stack ♪narrator: Who will become
America’s Most Musical Family?
– It’s getting crazy.[dramatic music]– The journey begins right now. [cheers and applause][breezy upbeat music]♪ ♪[cheers and applause] Welcome to the season premiere of “America’s Most Musical
Family.” I’m your host Nick Lachey,
and tonight our first five bands of the
season hit the stage in hopes of moving one step
closer to a recording contract with Republic Records and
thanks to our friends at Capri Sun 100% Juice
a cash prize of a quarter of a million
dollars. [cheers and applause] But to get there, they will
have to impress our “America’s Most Musical
Family” judges. – ♪ Five, four,
three, two, one ♪ [together]
♪ Let’s go ♪narrator: She’s a Grammy
Award-winning
singer-songwriter with over 23
million records
sold worldwide,
Ciara.
He’s a social media sensationwith over 15 million followers
and 5 billion views.
– And your favorite social star
is…narrator: David Dobrik.And finally…– ♪ Shake your love ♪♪ I just can’t shake
your love ♪
narrator: A pop icon and the
youngest person ever
to write and produce a
Billboard number one hit,
Debbie Gibson.[cheers and applause] – Ladies and gentlemen,
girls and boys, make some noise for our
judges… [cheers and applause] Ciara, David Dobrik,
and Debbie Gibson. [cheers and applause] So here’s how it works. After all five of tonight’s
family bands have rocked this stage, our judges nominate their top
three. Then our audience votes two
family bands to move on to the next round. So what do you guys say? – Ready to get this party
started? [cheers and applause] Are we ready? Then let’s go. Here with our first performance
of the season, from Music City, USA,
Nashville, Tennessee, give it up for the Rees
family. [cheers and applause]– I am Giovanni.
– I’m Marie.
– I am Kolbe.
– I am Max.
– I am Mollie.
– I am Angelle.
– I’m Johnny.
– I’m Katie.
all: We are the Rees family. [horn toots] – We are all brothers and
sisters.And we are from Lafayette,
Louisiana,
Cajun country, and we live in
Nashville, Tennessee, now. We might live in Nashville,
but we became a family in Louisiana.– It was only nine months
after Hurricane Katrina
when we ended up meeting our
brother Giovanniand our sister Marie
in a parking lot.
So they had been living on the
street. And we said, “We can be like
family too, guys.” – They were like, “Hey, some
kids. We need some more of those.”[upbeat music]– This is just gonna rock. – We love performing together
as a family. – It’s super awesome. – We’ve had some successes, but we want to be the main
ticket draw, and we want to play for the big
crowds in the big stadiums. – Yes. all: One, two, three.
Rees family. [cheers and applause] [upbeat music] ♪ ♪ – ♪ Hey ♪ ♪ All right now ♪ ♪ I used to think maybe
you loved me ♪ ♪ Now baby I’m sure ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ And I just can’t wait
till the day ♪ ♪ That you knock on my door ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ Now every time I go
for the mailbox ♪ ♪ Gotta hold myself down ♪ ♪ Yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I just can’t wait
till you write me ♪ ♪ You’re coming around ♪ ♪ All right now ♪ ♪ I’m walking on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ Oh I’m walking
on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ Oh I’m walking
on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ And don’t it feel good ♪ ♪ Oh yes it does ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ I’m walking on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ I’m walking on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ I’m walking on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ And don’t it feel good ♪ ♪ Yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] – That’s how you kick off a
show right there. – Wow.
– Wow. [cheers and applause] – I feel like I’m walking on
sunshine right with you. Way to just start–way to just
perform right now. I mean, everyone’s confidence
on the stage was awesome. And everyone just felt like you
were committed to the performance. You had energy. You were in your zones. You guys kind of also remind me
of The Partridge Family a little bit too, so, I mean–
and those horns. You better go off on them
horns. – Thank you.
– Thank you. [cheers and applause] – Each person in the group was,
like, putting on their own
performance, and it was so perfect,
because you were all having so much fun, and then together
collectively, it was even more fun, so it was
just such a treat to watch, so thank you, guys. – Thank you so much.
– Thank you, David, for that. [cheers and applause] – One thing I love is, like,
there are those instruments– I’m sure all the parents in
the audience know that you try to make your kids
practice in the band, and you guys are making that
cool. Like, you’re making trumpets
cool and that sound cool. It’s old-school.
It’s new-school. The diversity within your
family is what represents modern America, so thank you
for bringing such an amazing performance to
open the season. [cheers and applause] – Oh, guys,
way to kick off the season. That was awesome. I just have to imagine
the holiday sing-alongs at your house
have to be epic. – Oh, my gosh. Yes. – Guys, one more time for the
Rees family, everybody. [cheers and applause] All right, well, needless to
say, we are off to a great start,
so let’s keep this thing going. Here with our second
performance of the season, all the way from South Jersey,
say hello to WanMor. [cheers and applause] – Can you hear this? [belches] – Eww.
– [laughs] – Okay, let’s go.– I’m Wanyá Morris V.– I’m Wanyá Morris IV.– I’m Wanyá Morris III.– I’m Wanyá Morris II.The name of our group is
WanMor.
All of our first names
is Wanyá. And of our last names is
Morris. Smooshed it together;
we got WanMor.Our dad is Wanyá Morris I.Our musical ability comes from
him.He’s in the group Boyz II Men.[together]
♪ Ooh-ooh ♪
– They’re R&B classic, like,
legends.[funky music]– And if we keep practicing,maybe we could become better
than Boyz II Men. – For the photos,
what’s your image? – Smooth.
– Yeah. – Fun, fun, cool. – Nice. Big smiles. – Scoot it over.
Scoot it over.I am the leader.I’ve got to keep them all in
line. You’ve got to lean. Sometimes they want to goof
off. – Big as you want, except you can’t block
your brothers’ faces. – Mom said that I’m the best
dancer. – No, she did not. – I’ve got to worry about him
the most.[bell dings]– One, two, three. all: WanMor!– This is a really huge
opportunity.
We feel so honored. I’m ready. – And when we give it our all,
look out, ’cause… – We come with the heat.– You already know.– I love you.
I love you. And…you. all: WanMor! [cheers and applause] – ♪ How do I ♪ ♪ Say good-bye ♪ ♪ To what we had ♪ [cheers and applause] ♪ The good times
that made us laugh ♪ ♪ Outweigh the bad ♪ ♪ I thought we’d get ♪ ♪ To see forever ♪ ♪ But forever’s gone away ♪ ♪ It’s so hard ♪ ♪ To say good-bye ♪ ♪ To yesterday ♪ ♪ And I’ll take with me ♪ ♪ The memories ♪ ♪ To be my sunshine ♪ ♪ After the rain ♪ ♪ It’s so hard ♪ ♪ To say good-bye ♪ ♪ To yesterday ♪ [cheers and applause] – Thank you. – Wow. I wish you guys didn’t stop. I wish that just went on for
another hour. [laughter] I didn’t know the show was
gonna be like this. That was incredible. [cheers and applause] The little spins you guys were
doing, those were– every time you spun around,
I was like, “Oh, wow. This is gonna be great.” I want to know, what is it like
growing up with a superstar dad? Sometimes we’re just, like,
“Oh, snap, our dad is famous.” But some other times,
it’s just, like, he’s just our dad, so… it’s an honor having some
talent from him, though. – Oh, you guys have a lot of
talent. Good job, guys. – Amazing. I mean, I’ve done shows with
your dad and his group, and I love that you chose this
song, because you showed us that you
can modernize it, so it’s like a great bridging
the gap of generations, but if you do–if you do come
back, I’d love to hear you do
something a little more modern, ’cause I just love that you’re
bringing that a capella harmony to these young, young people. – Thank you.
– Amazing. – Like, I–I don’t know if you
guys know– like, I don’t know if you guys
know how hard it is to pull those notes out of thin
air and be so tight. But I can tell you’re tight as
brothers too, and that comes across. There’s a lot of joy up on that
stage. [cheers and applause] – What I liked about this is
that you guys are singing a capella,
but you still brought energy with a capella. To be able to bring energy in a performance like this is
really special, and if you guys continue on, I’m definitely looking forward
to more arrangements that you guys are gonna do,
’cause I can only imagine by the way you guys are
harmonizing that it’s gonna only keep
getting better and better. – Absolutely. – Thank you. Thank you.
– Absolutely. – Thank you. – Obviously, we know who your
dad is. We know he can sing a little
bit. But what I loved about that is,
you guys made that your own. – Yeah.
– You did your own version of it, and you let your true
talent–each one of you– shine through, so kudos to you
guys. Great job. Great job.
– Thank you. – Thank you.
– WanMor, everybody. [cheers and applause] – All right, when we come back,
The Juat Sibs get their chanceto step up to the mic and show
why they deserve a spot
in the next round.Will they do it?Find out right here on “America’s Most Musical
Family.” [cheers and applause] – What stresses you out? – Not enough time to take a
shower. – Not enough food. – Sitting in a small room with
no windows. – I absolutely have a phobia of
bugs. I–ant–
– Oh, my God. There’s a bug right there.
– Ahh! I’m sorry.
[laughs] – Juna, it was a joke. – Invent a pizza topping. – Green tea.
– Cotton candy. – Green tea?
– Green tea?[buzzer blares]– I’ve always wanted to try
cheerios on my pizza. I don’t know.
Maybe it would be pretty good. I think it would be pretty
good. – Joey, that’s so gross.
Do not say that. – Why? It’s good. – No, that’s not good. – Ice cream all over it. both: Eww.
– Ice cream. – Can it be inanimate objects?
– Why? – I think mine would have to be
onions. – Yeah, onions.
– Isn’t that already a topping? – Yeah, it’s already a topping. – That’s already a topping,
onions on pizza? both: Yes. – I’m picking onions.[cheers and applause][cheers and applause] – Welcome back to “America’s
Most Musical Family,” where the most talented family
bands in the country are competing for a record deal and a quarter
of a million dollars. Now here with our third
performance, three harmonizing sisters and
their human beatbox brother. It’s the Juat Sibs. [cheers and applause] all: “America’s Most Musical
Family,” take one.– I’m Damie.
– I’m Dana.
– I’m Darlen.
– I’m Daniel.
[together]
Whoa. – [laughs]
– That collar pop. – Okay, Daniel. [laughter] all: We are the Juat Sibs. – And we’re all siblings.– We are an a capella group…– Okay.
– And we sing pop music.– What’s really great about
performing with my siblings
is that we all have created a
bond. – [singing] – Can you not sing like that,
though? – And then if you mess up, everyone else is gonna
acknowledge it for the rest of your life. – Oh, my goodness.
[laughter] – When we were younger,
things started to change as Dana got older.– When I was six,I got the genetic autoimmune
disease HLH.
It made my immune system
attack itself, so I got really sick.I was in the hospital for two
to three years
for a bone marrow transplant.– The rest of us had to move
next to the hospital
to be as close to Dana as we
possibly can. – But I’m better now. – And it made us realize we
could surpass anything. – Perfect. – Come here. Come here. As a family, we are able to
conquer most things. – We’re so ready.
– We’re so ready. – And now we’re ready to
conquer… all: “America’s Most Musical
Family.” [cheers and applause] [all vocalizing] ♪ ♪ – [beatboxing] – ♪ Hey I looked in my
rearview mirror ♪ ♪ And it seemed to make
a lot more sense ♪ ♪ Than what I see ahead of us ♪ ♪ Ahead of us yeah ♪ ♪ And I ♪ – ♪ I’m ready to make
that turn ♪ ♪ Before we both crash
and burn ♪ ♪ But that could be the death
of us ♪ ♪ The death of us ♪ ♪ Baby you know how to drive
in rain ♪ ♪ And You decided not
to make a change ♪ – ♪ Hey right when I think
that we found it ♪ both: ♪ Well that’s when we
start turnin’ around ♪ – ♪ You’re saying baby
don’t worry ♪ ♪ But we’re still going
the wrong way ♪ – ♪ I feel like my ♪ all: ♪ Heart is stuck
in bumper-to-bumper traffic ♪ – ♪ I’m under pressure
’cause I can’t have you ♪ ♪ The way that I want ♪ ♪ Let’s just go back
to the way it was ♪ – ♪ When we were on
Honeymoon Avenue ♪ ♪ Honeymoon Avenue ♪ ♪ My baby ♪ ♪ Coastin’ like crazy ♪ ♪ Can we get back
to the way it was ♪ ♪ Yeah-ehh-ehh-ehh-ehh ♪ [cheers and applause] – You guys. That was so good,
you guys. I could feel before you started
some nerves, and then it was like the music
took you over and you got in your groove. And so–yes. Yes.
[cheers and applause] But I have a question for
Daniel. – Hi.
– What–hi. What’s it like being the only
guy with all these girls around? Are you, like, their committee
for approving boyfriends? – I mean, one thing’s for sure. By default,
I’m the handsomest. Just throwing it–
just throwing it out there. Just throwing it out there.
– Okay. But great job, you guys. I feel like if you get through
to the next round, I want to see you just shake
those nerves off a little bit more and really,
like, just kind of, like,
bring it to the audience, because you’ve got the goods. You’ve got the harmonies. You have to trust it a little
more. Amazing job.
Congratulations. [cheers and applause] – What you have going on is
really unique and the fact that you can make
sounds with your voice, and if you guys continue on, I look forward to you guys
finding ways for you guys to keep standing out
individually and really being able to hear
each person shine. I can’t wait to see you keep
going. [cheers and applause] So good. – It was, like,
I loved the energy, and, Daniel, when you started
beatboxing, it was– I was looking for instruments,
because it completed the whole thing
so perfectly. It was just–
– Thank you. – It was like watching, like,
“Pitch Perfect” in real life. Like, I feel like I was on the
opposing teams, and I just walked in,
and I was like, “Wow. That’s my competition.” You guys–
you guys really killed it. It was great.
It was so fun to watch. [cheers and applause] – Well, guys, as they said,
great job. Give it up one more time for
The Juat Sibs, everybody. [cheers and applause] Are The Juat Sibs moving on
into the next round? Well, we’ll have to wait and
see. But when we come back,
a sister-brother duoget their shot to wow the
judges,
and you will not want to miss
it.
It’s right here on “America’s
Most Musical Family.” [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] – Welcome back to “America’s
Most Musical Family.” How are you guys feeling so
far? [cheers and applause] You good? All right, are we ready to hear
some more great music? [cheers and applause] I love this crowd. All right, let’s keep it going. Here with our fourth
performance of the evening, from West Palm Beach, Florida,
say hello to Juna N Joey. [cheers and applause] – Juna and Joey, “America’s
Most Musical Family” interview. – [beatboxing] [laughter]– I’m Juna.
– And I’m Joey.
both: We are Juna N Joey.– We are brother and sister. And we’re a country-pop duo
from… both: West Palm Beach,
Florida.– Our music ability came from
our grandparents.
My mom’s dad was more of an
instrumentalist.
– And then my dad’s dad,
he does opera.
He supposedly could break
glass. I don’t know if that’s true.
I’ve never seen him do it. both: ♪ Ahhh ♪[glass shattering][laughter]– So I started taking lessons
around three or four.
I would play piano and sing for
my teacher. – And I would be on the
baseball field or soccer field sweating.– And I went to one of her
lessons,
and I was humming,
– Humming along. And then the teacher was like,
“Oh, Joey. Can you sing over there,
little Joey?” – “I hear something.”And I was like,
“I don’t really sing.”
And she was like,
“Well, you should try it.” – And then so we did it
together. [both singing]– That’s when the Juna N Joey
was first started
in the moment of Joey humming.[rock music]We formed our own rock band.But we weren’t really feeling,
like, the rock genre.
We were like, “We’ll just
switch to what we love to listen to.”[upbeat fiddle music]We always listen to
country-pop.
I love country music.And it’s just so fun.– Yeah, country puts me in a
good mood.
– [laughs]
[cow mooing]
– One, two, three, slide. [camera shutter clicks]– This is huge.
– Oh, it’s a huge deal.
Oh, my God.Being on the show is, like,
our first step
to our names on one of those
stars down on Hollywood Boulevard,
hopefully.It’s all about giving it your
best and giving it your all
and just doing what means the
most, is music.
[cheers and applause] [light guitar music] ♪ ♪ – ♪ When she gets that come
get me look in her eyes ♪ ♪ It kinda scares me the way
that she drives me wild ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ When she drives me wild ♪ ♪ Beautiful ♪
– ♪ Beautiful ♪ – ♪ Crazy ♪
– ♪ Crazy ♪ – ♪ She can’t help but ♪ both: ♪ Amaze me ♪ ♪ The way that she dances ♪ ♪ Ain’t afraid
to take chances ♪ ♪ And wears her heart
on her sleeve ♪ ♪ Yeah she’s crazy
but her ♪ both:
♪ Crazy’s beautiful to me ♪ ♪ ♪ – ♪ She’s unpredictable ♪
– ♪ Unpredictable ♪ – ♪ Unforgettable ♪
– ♪ Unforgettable ♪ – ♪ It’s unusual ♪
– ♪ Unusual ♪ – ♪ Unbelievable ♪
– ♪ Unbelievable ♪ – ♪ How I’m such a fool ♪ ♪ Yeah I’m such a fool
for her ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ Beautiful crazy ♪ ♪ She can’t help but amaze me ♪ – ♪ Amaze me ♪ – ♪ The way that she dances ♪ both:
♪ Her crazy’s beautiful to me ♪ ♪ Eee-eee-eee-eee ♪ ♪ Her crazy’s beautiful to me ♪ – Thank you, guys, so much. [cheers and applause] – That was crazy beautiful to
me. [cheers and applause] – It was really, really sweet. And when you guys came
together, it was very harmonious,
and you could feel it. It, like, literally hit me. I know you guys had, like,
a moody kind of vibe. If you guys continue on,
I look forward to seeing you guys in a bright vibe as
well, because just looking at you, you have a cool star factor
going on, and I love how you were so
comfortable in the start, Joey. You were just–
you know who you are. That is what make people stars,
you know, knowing who you are. – Thank you so much.
Thank you. – So good job. Really good job. – Yeah, I mean, I echo what
Ciara says. Like, you were so quietly
confident at the start of it, I went, “Ohh, we’re at a real
concert.” Like, I forgot I was watching a
competition show, which is really incredible. And you guys are so, so good. First of all, I’m a big country
fan, and I was watching it,
and I’m like, “They’ve got a little Lady
Antebellum. “He’s got a little Luke Bryan. You got a little quirky Kacey
Musgraves.” And yet you’re your own thing. Because you’re so good and
because the winner of this goes right into, like,
the real deal music world, the only thing I’d say is,
I love that you were so, like, centered and internal. That’s the hard part to get. But also open your eyes and
connect more, ’cause I think the audience
was, like, wanting that connection more. So I hope we get to see that as
well. Amazing job. – Thank you.
– Thank you. – Thank you.
[cheers and applause] – I think along the lines of
what everyone was saying here, it was so mesmerizing to
watch you guys. My eyes were just glued. I felt like I was in it,
and it felt so cool. – Thank you. Thank you.
– Thank you. [cheers and applause] – Good job. They loved it. I love a great duet. And you guys just blended so
nicely together and hide nowhere to hide. Just a little acoustic guitar
going on. – Yeah.
– You were totally exposed, and I thought you pulled it off
really, really well. I hope you guys are very, very
proud. – Thank you so much. Thank you.
– You feel good? – I feel great.
– All right, good. June N Joey, everybody. Great job, guys.
– Thank you. – Still to come, it’s the final
performance of the night. And it’s a brother-sister
quartetwho definitely have the beattrying to earn their spot
in the next round.
It’s all coming up right here on “America’s Most Musical
Family.” Don’t go anywhere. [cheers and applause]– Pre-show ritual.– So I we stand like this. – No. Oh, no, we don’t.
We don’t do that. – All right.
– We stand like this. – All right,
we stand like this. – Napping.
– Napping. – Napping’s good.
– Napping. [all trilling lips] [all vocalizing] – Make up a family handshake. – This, this, this. This, this, this,
and this. – This, and we’ll go like this. And then we’ll go, like,
pshaa! – Oh, my God. That’s cute.
– And then we’ll go– that actually is cute. Okay, again. Okay, ready? both: Boom, boom, boom,
pshaa! – Oh, we’re awesome.[upbeat music]♪ ♪Both: Oooh! Ugh! [laughter][quirky electronic music][bell dings[cheers and applause][cheers and applause] – Welcome back to “America’s
Most Musical Family,” where we are only minutes away
from finding out which two of tonight’s family
bands will be moving on into the semifinals,
but first, here to take us out in style– are you guys ready to get loud? [cheers and applause] I love it. Then give it up for the
Mitchells. [cheers and applause][upbeat music]– I am Max.
– I’m Chase.
– I’m Blake.
– I’m Kit.
all: We are the Mitchell
family. – We happen to be related.
– We’re siblings. – But we’re friends. – This is my crew, for real.
– This is the crew.[funky percussive music]– Our musical influences would
definitely be our parents. Our mom gave us a lot of ’80s
music.[upbeat synthesizer music]– Also disco.[upbeat funky music]– Yes.
– Lots and lots of disco.
– And our father gave us
’80s hip-hop.[funky music]– We have a very large music
catalog.[percussive music]– Our first gig was at our
school dance. The school dance needed music
so the DJ could take a break. [laughter]
– Yeah. – And we were like,
“Hey, we’re a band. We can play, like, five songs.”– And that’s how we actually
started performing live
as a band. – [laughs][funky music]– We all grew up really into
nerd culture. – We represent the people who
don’t really have a box. ‘Cause, I mean, being black,
also being a nerd, we all feel that way, so…
– Yeah. – Should we do anime poses? – Yes.
– Yes. – Oh, I’m excited.
– Ahh-ha.– To all the black nerds out
there, we’re here for you.
[together]
We love you. We got you. – [laughs] [laughter] [cheers and applause] [drumsticks clicking] [upbeat rock music] ♪ ♪ – ♪ See the people walking down
the street ♪ ♪ Fall in line just watchin’
all their feet ♪ ♪ They don’t know
where they’re want to go ♪ ♪ But their walking in time ♪ ♪ ‘Cause they got the beat
They got the beat ♪ ♪ They got the beat ♪ ♪ Yeah they got the beat ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat ♪ ♪ Everybody stand
on your feet ♪ ♪ You know you can dance
to the beat ♪ ♪ Jump and get down ♪ ♪ Round and round and round ♪ ♪ We got the beat ♪ – ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat
We got the beat ♪ ♪ We got the beat ♪ [cheers and applause] – You guys,
that was so fun. It’s like it makes me want to
have another sweet 16, like, an anniversary of a
sweet–and book you guys, because you’d make me want to
throw a party. It’s like taking me back to
when there were garage bands… – Oh, my gosh.
– Like, good old-fashioned garage bands, but my favorite
thing about you is the authenticity. I just feel like you’re your
own unique blend of styles. You’ve got a little Gwen
Stefani tone to your voice. You guys just rocked it. [cheers and applause] – This is the–
– So much fun. – I–I think that’s–
the most important part is when people see
that you’re having fun, because it’s so easy. Like, it’s–you gravitate to
that, and the energy was– oh, my God, it was insane. How did you guys get your
start? – We started off playing this
video game, Rock Band. – Sure.
– And as time went on, we each gravitated towards our
own individual instruments and developed our own love for
music, and here we are. – So video games got you right
here. – Literally.
– Wow, how cool. – There’s a lesson. Keep playing video games.
– [laughs] – Well, I have to say,
what I love about you guys, is, I can feel the individuality of
you all. Even though you’re together, everybody has their own
personality. And you can feel that, and I
think that’s what really makes good bands really good,
you know? – Thank you.
– Yeah. [cheers and applause] – By the way, I just–like,
I love your hair. It’s so good. I’m sorry. I just do that. I’m having my girl fashion kind
of moment right now, but it’s a look. And then, well, I just have to
say, you guys were fun, eclectic funkiness. Like, it was just all good. Great job. – I’ve got a–I’ve got a bone
to pick, though. I’ve played Rock Band for
years, and I still can’t play an
instrument. I didn’t work for me. I don’t know what happened. How did you feel? Was it everything you guys kind
of expected it to be before you hit the stage? – It was–it was more than I
thought it was gonna be. The energy of the crowd today
is so great. – Yeah.
– You guys are awesome. [cheers and applause] – Well, great job, guys. I think everyone in this
auditorium enjoyed every second of that, so give it up one more
time for the Mitchells. [cheers and applause]
– Thank you. – Good job. All right, and there you have
it. All five of our families have
rocked this stage, and now it’s time for our
judges to nominate their top three before our
audience makes the final decision. So while the judges deliberate,
here’s a look back at all of tonight’s incredible
performances. Take a look. [cheers and applause] – ♪ Oh I’m walking
on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ Oh I’m walking
on sunshine ♪ [together]
♪ Whoa ♪ – ♪ And don’t it feel good ♪ – ♪ It’s so hard
to say good-bye ♪ ♪ To yesterday ♪ both: ♪ Well that’s when we
start turnin’ around ♪ – ♪ You’re saying baby
don’t worry ♪ ♪ But we’re still going
the wrong way ♪ – ♪ Beautiful ♪
– ♪ Beautiful ♪ – ♪ Crazy ♪
– ♪ Crazy ♪ – ♪ She can’t help but ♪ both: ♪ Amaze me ♪ – ♪ They got the beat,
they got the beat ♪ ♪ They got the beat ♪ ♪ Yeah they got the beat ♪ [cheers and applause] – Give it up one more time for
all five of tonight’s families. [cheers and applause] Okay, here we go.[dramatic music]Ciara, I now need the name of
the first group you’re nominating to move on
into the next round. – Firstly, everyone,
you all did such a great job. [cheers and applause] And it was–it was really hard, because everyone was
distinctively different and so talented. There was so much talent on the
stage tonight. So with that being said,
the first family we are nominating to go to the next
round…♪ ♪Is…♪ ♪WanMor. [cheers and applause] – All right, David, please give
me the name of the second family group you’re nominating
to move on into the next round. – Okay,
this was really tough. The second group we’re
nominating to go to the next round is… the Rees family. [cheers and applause] – And, Debbie, I now need the
name of the third and final group you all are nominating
to move forward. – You guys, there was so much
unique talent on this stage tonight,
so I want you guys to keep going for your dream. This is the beginning of the
road for you. With that said, the third and
final nomination for America’s Most Musical
Family tonight…♪ ♪Is Juna N Joey. [cheers and applause] – So the judges have officially
weighed in with their nominations. A big thanks to our two other
groups, The Juat Sibs and the Mitchells. [cheers and applause] And now it is up to our
audience to decide which two families will move on
into the next round. Will it be WanMor… [cheers and applause] The Rees family… [cheers and applause] Or Juna N Joey? [cheers and applause] Audience, you can start your
voting now. And we’ll find out the results
next right here on “America’s Most
Musical Family.” Do not go anywhere. [cheers and applause]narrator: “America’s Most
Musical Family.”
[upbeat fiddle music]Watch new episodes every
Friday at 7:00.
all: ♪ One less one less ♪ ♪ Story of my life ♪ ♪ My church ♪narrator: Only on Nickelodeon.narrator: Who’s walking away
with a quarter of a million
dollars thanks to our friends
at Capri Sun 100% Juice
and their very own recording
contract
with Republic Records?We get one step closer
to finding out right now.
– Welcome back to “America’s
Most Musical Family,” where the time has come to find
out which two families are moving on
to the semifinals. Our judges nominated WanMor… [cheers and applause] The Rees family… [cheers and applause] And Juna N Joey. [cheers and applause] And over the break,
our live audience voted for their top two, which I have in my hand
right here. But before we announce
who stays and who goes, Ciara,
any final words that you’d like to share with
our families here tonight? – You guys did such a great
job. And you should be so proud of
yourself. And always remember, all it
takes it one person to believe, and that person is you. So don’t stop believing. [cheers and applause] – Okay, here we go.[tense music]The first group moving on
to the next round, earning a spot
in the semifinals, and getting one step closer to a quarter
of a million dollars and their very recording
contract with Republic Records is…♪ ♪WanMor. [cheers and applause] All right. All right, guys, you just found
out all your hard work is paying off; you’re moving on
to the semifinals. How you feeling? How you feeling, Rocco? – I’m feeling really great. [cheers] I’m really surprised. [laughter] I’ve been praying for this day, and now it’s–
it has came. So I feel happy. – Oh, my gosh.
– Well, congratulations, guys. The prayers have been answered. Ladies and gentlemen,
let’s hear it one more time for WanMor. [cheers and applause] It is now down to just two.♪ ♪One of you will move on to the
next round, while the other is going home. The second band moving on still with a chance to become America’s Most Musical Family
is…♪ ♪The Rees family. [cheers and applause] It got a little tense there at
the end. How do you feel? – Really amazing.
– So amazing. I just want to thank the crowd. You guys are so awesome. [cheers and applause] – Well, guys, you earned your
spot in the semifinals, and we can’t wait to see what–
what more is to come, so congratulations. Let’s give it up one more time
for the Rees family. [cheers and applause] Which means unfortunately we
now have to say good-bye to Juna N Joey. Guys, come on up. [cheers and applause] I imagine there’s
disappointment happening right now, but I just want to
say to the two of you, you have a very, very special
chemistry and bond on stage, and I know we all thoroughly
enjoyed you sharing your talents with
us tonight. [cheers and applause] Please promise everyone in this
room that you won’t stop doing
what you’re doing. – Oh, definitely not. – Thank you again so much for
being a part of “America’s Most Musical
Family.” – I just wanted to say,
those families over there, they are amazing,
I just want to say. Give it up for ’em. [cheers and applause] – Very gracious, guys.
Thank you. One more time for Juna N Joey,
everybody. [cheers and applause] What an incredible way
to kick off this season. And we get to do it all again
next time when five brand-new family
bands hit the stage for their chance to become
America’s Most Musical Family. Good night, everybody. [cheers and applause]male announcer: The race forAmerica’s Most Musical Family
is on.
– I didn’t know the show
was gonna be like this. That was incredible.announcer: And every Friday
night on Nickelodeon,
new talented families
are giving it all they’ve got.
– You bring it,
which is what we want. all: ♪ Can I get a hallelujah ♪ ♪ I got one less
one less prob-problem ♪ – ♪ Are you gonna go my way ♪ – That was fun.announcer: Only one can
become
America’s Most Musical Family.Fridays at 7:00
only on Nickelodeon.

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