AGT History: ‘Storm Large’ tackles A-Ha classic, “Take On Me”

Making her wildcard return to America’s Got Talent, sensational and emotional vocalist Storm Large performed an incredible and powerhouse cover of the classic ’80s A-Ha track, “Take On Me.”

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Being held on the pedestal of Simon Cowell’s call back, Storm Large made the most of her time on the AGT stage while rocking a tight-fit stunning red dress mimicking the likes of Jessica Rabbit from the hit live-action movie.

With a talented ear on her side in the form of Simon Cowell, Storm Large would transform the iconic ’80s dance-pop masterpiece into an orchestrated opera ballad that showcased the vocalist’s range and training.

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Hitting remarkable high notes after high notes, Storm Large would grasp the attention of the AGT crowd, taking them on a new ride with a song many in the theatre have heard repeatedly.

A truly magical experience that Storm Large and the audience got to share together as both would come together to celebrate not only the AGT contestant but love for ’80s pop rock.

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Utilizing the high-profile track’s synth riffs and turning them into key melodies took the speedy and fun soundtrack anthem a part to remake a classic in Storm Large’s image. Re-birthing, an old school, hit for a larger-than-life performance.

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The crowd seemed to enjoy Storm Large’s changes, cheering for the red-dressed performer. Reacting to her beautiful melody arrangements and soft piano ballad. Indeed a welcoming return.

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