‘Singing doctor’ who died at 29 honored on ‘America’s Got Talent’.

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‘Singing doctor’ who died at 29 honored on ‘America’s Got Talent’.

Brandon Rogers grew up wanting to become a doctor. After watching his mother come close to dying, the doctors who saved her life became his heroes — and he wanted to be a hero to someone himself.

Brandon followed his dreams, becoming a family medicine doctor. But he had another great love: he loved music, and loved to sing.

So it wasn’t a surprise when Brandon decided to audition on ‘America’s Got Talent’ to follow his other dream and passion. But sadly, Brandon passed away in a car accident before his stellar audition could even air.

The show, along with his family, decided to honor Brandon and his dream by airing his audition, in order to celebrate Brandon’s life and share his talent with the world, fulfilling one of his ambitions. See it in the video below, and watch a beacon of talent — and heart — that left the world too soon…






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