Washington, Pa.'s Brock: 'There's great things coming'

March 3, 2012 2:56 pm
  • Adam Brock in a performance last month.
    Adam Brock in a performance last month.
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Thirteen was not a lucky number for Adam Brock, the Washington, Pa., creative arts director whose "American Idol" run ended on Thursday's live show on Fox.

Mr. Brock, 27, was not among the top 10 vote-getters after performing Aretha Franklin's "Think" on a program earlier in the week. He appeared to have a second chance when each of the three judges chose one singer to "save," but he didn't make the cut.

"Ugh. Tough but there's great things coming," Mr. Brock posted on his Facebook page. "Congrats to my talented friends in the top 13! What's next God! Bring it on :) love that I now will see my girls again everyday!"

His "girls" are his wife, Joanna, and baby daughter Whitney. Mr. Brock was the first local singer to have reached the live, voting rounds of the venerable talent show.

First Published 2012-03-05 13:55:32

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