Former ‘American Idol’ Contestant CJ Harris Useless at 31
CJ Harris, the previous “American Idol” contestant who made it to the highest 6 in 2014, has died.
A member of the family tells us CJ suffered an obvious coronary heart assault Sunday evening in Jasper, Alabama … he was taken to a neighborhood hospital by ambulance, however did not make it.
Followers of the present keep in mind the Jasper native auditioning for the judges again in 2014 in Salt Lake Metropolis … blowing them away along with his model of Allman Brothers Band’s “Soulshine.”
Decide Keith City instructed CJ, “You sing ‘trigger it’s important to sing, not ‘trigger you need to sing. And, I imply that within the deepest method. And, that is why it is so plausible and actual.”
Following his unimaginable audition, CJ rocked America with highly effective variations of “Too Shut,” “American Lady,” and “Free Fallin’.” He was chosen by the judges as a wild card within the semi-finals after not receiving sufficient votes, getting saved within the competitors — making all of it the best way to the highest 6 earlier than getting eradicated.
After “Idol,” CJ carried out with Darius Rucker at The Grand Ole Opry, somebody he is mentioned was an enormous affect on his model. He even performed for audiences within the competitors present’s season 13 tour.
He was solely 31.