Keith Johnson on America’s Got Talent

Posted By on Jul 17, 2009 | 2 comments

If you have been in our studio – you have seen a picture or two of Keith Johnson.  Keith is in Nashville pursuing his dream of acting and singing professionally.  He was recently featured in Luke Bryan’s “Do I” video and Danielle Peck was featured with him in his video below from his song “Can’t Get Enough.”  Many of you saw him last week on America’s Got Talent.  He was selected to move on to the next round this week in Las Vegas.

We wish Keith the best of luck.  I also want to thank him for naming me as one of the special supporters of him through the years.  Every time I have the opportunity to photograph him – I am amazed at how much he has grown – musically and from a modeling perspective.  We encourage you to tune in and give our “hometown”  boy your support.  Click here to learn more about Keith and see my photographs of him through the last few years.  Check out Keith’s MySpace page here and listen to and download more of his music.


  1. You, sir, are a wonderful performer! I
    would love to see you sing in person. I
    am very upset with the way you were treated
    by the judges on America’s Got Talent, as
    I know you were. Please just remember,
    they may be judges on TV, but they are not
    infallible. You WILL be a superstar and will
    make you son proud! If you’re even in
    Mississippi, give me a call Superstar!

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  2. I’m just watching American Idol and was so terribly saddened to see him head back home so soon. He’s such a wonderful singer and seems like such a truly genuinely nice man. I want to wish him all the very best … don’t stop following that dream hon, you have got such an incredible voice … and perhaps this was only the first stepping stone to what will be a long and very successful career in the music industry.

    All the best to you and your little boy. xoxox

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