Has ’90s Country Artist Marty Brown “Got Talent”?

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Country singer Marty Brown, who recorded in Nashville in the 1990s, has re-emerged to audition for the hit NBC reality show America’s Got Talent.

Marty, who released three albums for MCA Nashville in the mid-’90s, experienced moderate success with the 1993 song “It Must Be the Rain.”

For his AGT audition, he sang “To Make You Feel My Love,” penned by Bob Dylan and covered by Garth Brooks and Adele, among others.

Marty’s vocal talent from his major-label heyday is still intact, and the judges, who seemed skeptical at first, not only passed him through, but Howard Stern and Howie Mandell also gave him a standing ovation.

Another one to watch . . . again?


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