- Haven Madison’s American Idol tryout receives acclaim for her talent in songwriting.
- Awe-inspiring news came to Clarksville’s teenage singer and songwriter, Haven Madison, following her American Idol audition.
- Her performance moved Haven’s father, Jason Roy, to tears.
- Her appearance is scheduled to be broadcasted on ABC at 7 p.m. Central on Sunday, February 19.
- Richie was impressed by Haven’s performance and hailed her extraordinary songwriting ability.
Haven Madison’s American Idol tryout garners praise for her songwriting talent.
Thrilling news arrived for Clarksville’s teenage singer and songwriter, Haven Madison, following her American Idol audition.
During her debut, Haven presented her original composition “Fifteen,” featuring the chorus “What if I desire it now?”
The judges were stunned by her performance. Katy Perry exclaimed enthusiastically, “You can have it right now!”
Lionel Ritchie also commended Haven’s songwriting talent and expressed a desire to halt the show and immediately record the song. Haven’s father, Jason Roy, was deeply moved by her performance.
The judges unanimously agreed to advance Haven to the next round, with Bryan commenting on her ability to relate in “16-year-old language.”
Her appearance is scheduled to be broadcasted on ABC at 7 p.m. Central on Sunday, February 19.
Audiences of American Idol have already experienced Haven’s talent as she was one of three contestants vying for the Platinum Ticket. Her audition clip, alongside her fellow competitors, was shared by Idol during the American Music Awards.
Haven’s father, Jason Roy, is the lead vocalist of the Grammy-nominated Christian contemporary music group Building 429, and he accompanied her on guitar during the audition.
“Fifteen,” a thoughtful and heartfelt reflection on the impatience of youth, is a slowly intensifying, impactful composition.
The judges were captivated by Haven’s performance, with Richie praising her remarkable songwriting ability.
He complimented her, stating that she could achieve anything she aspired to, and he saw no reason why the world wouldn’t soon recognize her name.
Lionel even expressed a wish to immediately record her song.
Perry praised Haven’s vocal choices, noting that they arose from the heart, while Bryan observed that she spoke in a way that could captivate her peers, using “16-year-old language.”