Atlanta & former Arrow Records Artist “AaRON MARCELLUS” Makes American Idol Top 24

Before the World met Aaron Marcellus on “American Idol 2012,” whose full name is Aaron Marcellus Sanders, he sang with his talented brother and two cousin sisters in the young group “Generation J” back in the late 90′s.  They were later signed to Pastor Taffy Dollar’s (Creflo Dollar Ministries) record label “Arrow Records” in the early 2000′s.  Aaron was the youngest of the four relatives, but he clearly had the standout vocals bringing crowds to their feet with every performance.

Some believe that the powerhouse contestant’s song choice in Season 11 of the FOX reality singing competition may have hindered him from making it to the Top 13.  He auditioned in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he received a golden ticket to Hollywood, although from Atlanta, Aaron moved just across the river to New York to pursue his entertainment career.  Sanders keeps inching closer and closer to the big stage (“American Idol”) because previously he made it all the way to the “Green Mile” in Season 10 after auditioning in New Jersey and into the top fifty contestants in Season 7.

America is going to miss out on a great talent by not voting Marcellus-Sanders to the show, his vocal acrobats are crazy!  Hopefully this season, American Idol will create a platform for some of the other talented contestants that did not fair this season; there was just not enough spots for all of them.  But, Aaron and his group Aaron Marcellus & the Will band formerly known as B.R.U.T.H.A may have their job cut out for them anyway, because I’m sure they are going to be in huge demand.

Atlanta did manage to get another contestant, Phillip Phillips into the Top 13.

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