August 17, 2012 07:00 ET

ALLTHAT! to Compete in NBC's "America's Got Talent" Wild Card Round Tuesday, August 21

Judge Sharon Osbourne's 'Wild Card' Save Competes for Top Spot

MYRTLE BEACH, SC--(Marketwire - Aug 17, 2012) - ALLTHAT!, the all-male percussive clogging group currently in the quarterfinals of NBC's "America's Got Talent," return to the stage on Tuesday, August 21 and go up against eleven Wild Card acts to battle it out for a coveted spot in the show's semifinals.

ALLTHAT! waited in anticipation during the Results show that aired on July 25 but were forced into the last elimination round of the quarterfinals against another contestant when Judge Sharon Osbourne decided, "It's never the wrong time to use that Wild Card," and saved the group from elimination. Osbourne's support, especially in light of her recent resignation, could be her final stamp of approval for undiscovered talent, in particular, ALLTHAT!

ALLTHAT! hopes to bring America to its feet and drive votes in their favor. Voting concludes following the show's broadcast and results air on Wednesday, August 22. Please check local listings.

ALLTHAT! consists of Harrison Barnes, Brad Berry, Mark Clifford, Delohn Collins, Mike Curtis, Drake Elkin, Joel Harrison and Brian Staggs. The troupe has performed around the world and wowed audiences on such shows as finalists on FOX's "30 Seconds to Fame" and ABC Family's "Dance Fever;" the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon and CBS's "Star Search." In 2006, ALLTHAT! was named the first runner-up in the inaugural season of NBC's "America's Got Talent" and have returned now to compete for the top spot. ALLTHAT! currently performs in the highly-acclaimed Carolina Opry and Good Vibrations in Myrtle Beach, SC, produced by Calvin Gilmore of Gilmore Entertainment. For more information on ALLTHAT!, please visit

Gilmore Entertainment has long been the leader of musical variety show entertainment in the Southeast, with the classic Carolina Opry show and their new hit, Good Vibrations. As owner, producer, director and performer, Calvin Gilmore and his Carolina Opry Theatre have been featured by USA Today, ABC Nightly News, Southern Living Magazine, Variety, and a host of other newspapers and television shows. It is the only Myrtle Beach show to receive the coveted South Carolina Governor's Cup, as well as being voted South Carolina's "Most Outstanding Attraction." In recent years, Gilmore has performed regularly on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, and he is designated as South Carolina's "Official Country Music Ambassador." For more information, please visit For videos, photos and more, please visit

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