Military Singing Group Voices of Service Makes a Splash on 'America's Got Talent'

Voices of Service perform on "America's Got Talent." (NBC)

NBC has brought back "America's Got Talent" for a 14th season this summer, and the June 18 auditions episode will feature a performance by the veteran and active-duty service member singing group Voices of Service.

The quartet performs its own arrangement of Katy Perry's 2016 hit single "Rise." Voices of Service is affiliated with the Virginia-based Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMMO), a group dedicated to creating music performance and career opportunities for military members and veterans.

We've got a sneak preview of their performance below.

    You'll have to tune in on Tuesday to see how the panel responds. Simon Cowell is still anchoring the judges' table, and he's joined this season by Gabrielle Union, Julianne Hough and Howie Mandel. Terry Crews hosts the show. Howard Stern, Sharon Osborne and Nick Cannon may be gone, but the program is still going strong.

    Neither NBC nor the group's CAMMO page identifies the individual group members nor their service histories, so we'll have to hope Voices of Service makes it through enough rounds until we get a chance to learn more about the group.

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