Singer-guitarist, 16, wins Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show with original song

  • Thursday, June 21, 2018 4:55pm
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Talent show results

MARYSVILLE – Tobin Randall was the overall winner of the Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show this year. The 16-year-old homeschooled student played guitar and performed his original song, “You’re My Girl.”

As always, a crowd favorite was a young dance team. The Broadway Babies placed first in dance/singing for ages 3-5. Grace Raegan, Zoe Martinez, Adriana Montemayor and Mila Dixon performed the jazz dance. Placing second was McKinnley Rae Myers, 5, of Arlington, who sang the old song Cyndi Lauper song “True Colors.” In dancing ages 6-7, Vivian Palmer, pictured at right, took first with a lyrical dance to “With Love,” while the “Word Up” jazz dance group, pictured above, placed second with all 6-year-old dancers from Marysville and Arlington. That team included: Parker Distefano, Grace McShane, Hailey Nelson, Violeta Aparicio and Kelsey Lewis.

Dance ages 9-13

1. Seattle de Sitare girls dance group, remix of “Bhangra Songs.” 2. Rhianon Nelson, Cailyn Olin, Ashlynn Hagar, jazz dance to “Trouble.” 3. Parker Distefeno, 10, of Arlington, “Heal.”

Vocal/Dance/Piano ages 13-15

1. Dakota Wagner, piano, “Heathens.” 2. Kyler and Sydney Garcia, guitar and singing to “Sound of Silence.”

Vocal/Dance/Piano ages 13-15

1. Alejandro Morales, piano, “Diana.” 2. Dasia Laughlin, ukelele and singing to “Favorite Color is Blue.” 3. McKenzie Raynor, ballet to “The Blue Danube Waltz”

Vocal/Guitar ages 15-17

1. Tobin Randall, singer-guitarist to “You’re My Girl.” 2. Xander Corbett, singer-guitarist to “You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore.”

Dance ages 8-16

1. Rhythmic Gymnastics Group, “Mirage.” 2. Aimee Brotten, contemporary dance to “An Evening I Will Never Forget.” 3. Seattle de Sitare boys dance group, remix to “Bhangra Songs.”

Adult/Vocal/Comedy/Piano

1. Katryna Harris, singer-pianist to “Imagine.” 2. Jay Middleton, stand-up comedy. 3. Jessica Jackson, singing “Daddy’s Little Girl.”

Adult vocal/guitar/band

1. Salt Grass Dirt Band, “Wayfaring Stranger.” 2. Marvin Fritze, singer-guitarist “You Can’t Take The Cowboy Out of Me.” 3. Dennis Sigler, singing “Wings of a Dove.”

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