The Power of Music: Performances

The Power of Music: Performances

Dr. Phil conducted his own talent search to find a young star who needs some help getting started in the music business.

After receiving hundreds of submissions from musical hopefuls, Dr. Phil narrowed it down to Dominique, who is sitting in the audience. The lucky 14-year-old will attend the Grammy Foundation's one-week camp, which gives high school students the opportunity to explore the music industry.

"She's got a voice on her that won't quit. She's young and beautiful and she wants it!" David announces.

Dominique sings "Amazing Grace" with David Foster accompanying on piano.

 The Crenshaw High School Elite Choir is made up of 700 singers, almost one-third of the school's entire population of 3,000! After they perform "Give Him the Glory," Dr. Phil asks their music director, Iris Stevenson, "What do you think about these kids?"

"I love their energy. I love their creativity and their dedication!" she says proudly.

Dr. Phil agrees. "I promise you, the Dr. Phil show, me personally, David Foster, and the Grammy Foundation, are on a mission to make sure that music stays in our young people's lives."

Dr. Phil underscores the importance of keeping music alive in the schools. "Parents, it's time for you to get involved in saving the music for your children and for future generations. There are a number of things you can do. You can make an individual or corporate donation to the Grammy Foundation at Grammyfoundation.com." Parents can write to local, state and national legislators and express support for keeping music alive in the schools.