The judges of America’s Got Talent will see several awe-inspiring dance and balancing acts during the sixth round of auditions for Season 12 including German Cornejo Dance Company from Argentina and the father and son acrobats from Ukraine, Danylo and Oskar. But the story and voice of singer Mike Yung might make them forget about those acts when Yung performs on the AGT stage. For the past 30 years, Yung has been singing in New York City subways. (He’s often at the 23rd Street Station.)
As a young man, Yung had three contracts with three different labels — RCA Records when he was 15, CBS when 18, and T-Electric when 20. But a Mike Yung record was never produced. When not performing in the subway, Yung, now 57, sings with a number of bands including Deja Blue, Majestic K-Funk and Whispers and Sounds. He just joined Twitter in September and says he’s thankful to the “young smart kids” for helping him out on social media, including setting up a wallet to accept bitcoin for tips (see below). America’s Got Talent airs Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.
🌹someone has helped me set up a wallet to accept bitcoin for tips 🌹
here is the info:
💰 bitcoin:1Km1BG7Ttr4M7mJ2Q2KPnBckNPcknDC4uY pic.twitter.com/NxtXtAprv0
— MIKE YUNG 🌹 (@MIKEYUNG) June 25, 2017