Three acts from deep under NYC came in today to perform for "America's Judge" in the first ever Subway Talent Show.
Meet your contestants:
1. Geechee Dan is a 72 year-old singer who came in and sang a soulful rendition of Otis Redding's "Try a Little Tenderness."
2. The lovely Annette Taylor, the self-described "Soul Queen of the Subway," is such a powerful singer, she's been arrested upwards of ten times for singing in the subway. Annette wowed the crew with her rendition of Aretha Franklin's "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)."
Last but not least, Gypsy Joe and his band Gypsy Trane manage to play for a captive audience on the moving subway with wireless amplifiers. They came in and did a rousing cover of "Hooked on a Feeling" by BJ Thomas.
And the winner is…
In an almost unanimous vote (except for Fred, who voted for Geechee Dan), Soul Queen of the Subway Annette Taylor was named the winner of the Subway Talent Show.
For all the pics from today's contest check out our Subway Talent Show Gallery