Precious Boyd of Roxboro, then 13, sang ‘At Last," at last year’s competition, inspired by Beyonce's take on the Etta James classic. The first runner up in ‘Amateur Night at the Hayti’s’ youth category, Boyd has been invited to perform in July at the famed Apollo Theatre in New York City.
Precious Boyd of Roxboro, then 13, sang ‘At Last," at last year’s competition, inspired by Beyonce's take on the Etta James classic. The first runner up in ‘Amateur Night at the Hayti’s’ youth category, Boyd has been invited to perform in July at the famed Apollo Theatre in New York City. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Precious Boyd of Roxboro, then 13, sang ‘At Last," at last year’s competition, inspired by Beyonce's take on the Etta James classic. The first runner up in ‘Amateur Night at the Hayti’s’ youth category, Boyd has been invited to perform in July at the famed Apollo Theatre in New York City. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

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