Golden Buzzer: Avery Dixon’s Emotional Audition Moves Terry Crews to Tears | AGT 2022

Golden Buzzer: Avery Dixon’s Emotional Audition Moves Terry Crews to Tears | AGT 2022

Grab your tissues; Avery Dixon’s emotional audition might make you cry. Terry Crews was moved to tears when he heard Avery’s sensational saxophone skills and harrowing story about being bullied.

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Golden Buzzer: Avery Dixon’s Emotional Audition Moves Terry Crews to Tears | AGT 2022

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20 Responses

  1. Michael McCabe says:

    Imagine being that talented and that humble. Incredible saxophonist, even better human being. Avery Dixon is just what America needs right now.

  2. CSG626 says:

    I have three sons. Everyone is someone’s child and no one deserves to be bullied or ridiculed. Wow, this crashed into my heart and also my tear ducts. Wow again; awesome talent. Great moment. These moments are what makes this show special.


    Shoutout to his mom !! We know how she’s stood by him and his brother personally . Oh his brother is a drummer 🤞🏾

    • Amanda Grubbs says:

      What’s his brothers name

    • Survivrs says:

      ATL DRUM ACADEMY I saw his brother with tears running down his face at one point. When I saw the group of drummers that came on the stage as the first audition of the night, I almost thought I was watching and hearing something out of the movie Drumline. The cadence was similar as were their skills. I was a trumpet player but I love a great drum cadence.

    • Yvens Laroche says:

      That’s great. It’d be cool if his brother were to audition in the future as well

  4. Hussein W says:

    I don’t know who’s cutting the onions but this one here is a talent. Well deserved Golden buzzer

  5. Joanne Jaworski says:

    I can’t imagine what it feels like to have been bullied and then have 4000 people applaud you like that!!!! You showed “them” Avery and you are on your way to big things with your talent, your sweet personality, and your class! Great to see your Mom beaming too!!!!!!

  6. Maulena Spencer says:

    I have to say, he doesn’t sound like a kid when he plays. He sounds like one of those old pros down in New Orleans. Tremendous talent, and I hope somebody offers him a place he can practice any time. Best sax player I have ever heard.

  7. Tracey Theisen says:

    What a dapper young man! THIS RIGHT HERE is why music education is important in schools. It’s not only important; for many, its lifesaving.

  8. Maggie Millwood says:

    A beautiful soul and person we would have never got to know if you gave up.. I LOVE YOU.. you’re a great person and great sax player. Prayers and Blessings always.❤❤❤ God be with you always.

  9. Sonicspeed1028 says:

    My man is not going to get bullied anyone. I’m sure everyone wants to be his friend now. What a performance and a well deserved golden buzzer.

  10. Caryssa says:

    As a musician myself I was extremely moved by Avery’s performance. His passion, musicality, charm—he is going to be a star.

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