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America’s Got Talent Season Two Winner Terry Fator Performance Dates Announced

July 17th, 2008 · No Comments

Terry Fator the ventriloquist that won season two of America’s Got Talent is touring America including regular shows at the Las Vegas Hilton.

Tickets to his shows are available here

Here are the dates and places he is scheduled to performed:

Cabazon, CA Key Club at Morongo 7/27/08

Newport, RI Newport Yachting Center 7/31/08

New York, NY Nokia Theatre Times Square 8/2/08

Verona, NY Turning Stone Casino-Showroom 8/4/08

Manistee, MI Little River Casino 8/9/08

Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas Hilton Theater 8/15/08 – 12/22/08

Reno, NV Grand Sierra Theatre 8/23/08 – 11/29/08

Boise, ID Morrison Center 9/6/08

West Wendover, NV Peppermill Concert Hall 9/12/08

Yakima, WA Capitol Theatre-WA 9/13/08

Reading, PA Sovereign Performing Arts Center 9/25/08

Shippensburg, PA Luhrs Center 9/26/08

Scranton, PA Scranton Cultural Center 9/27/08

Chandler, AZ Chandler Arts Center 10/2/08

Austin, TX Austin Music Hall 10/3/08

North Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center 10/9/08

Charlotte, NC Belk Theatre 10/10/08

Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre 10/11/08

Columbus, GA River Center for the Performing Arts 10/12/08

Hampton, NH Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom 10/19/08

Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Cabaret 10/24/08 – 10/26/08

Chattanooga, TN Tivoli Theatre 10/30/08

Montgomery, AL Montgomery Performing Arts Center 10/31/08

Birmingham, AL Alabama Theatre 11/1/08

Dearborn, MI Ford Community & Performing Arts Center 11/2/08

Tulsa, OK Brady Theater 11/8/08

Oklahoma City, OK Civic Center Music Hall 11/9/08

Joliet, IL Rialto Square Theater 11/14/08

Waukegan, IL Genesee Theatre 11/15/08

Atlantic City, NJ Trump Taj Mahal – Xanadu 11/21/08 – 11/22/08

Worcester, MA Hanover Theatre 12/14/08

Terry Fator also known as "The Human Jukebox" (born June 10, 1965), is a ventriloquist and impressionist from Mesquite, Texas. Fator is capable of doing over 100 ventriloquial impersonations, and uses 16 different puppets in his act. He was the winner of Season 2 of America’s Got Talent, and received the million dollar prize.

In May 2007, before appearing on America’s Got Talent, Fator was performing at a fair near Houston, Texas and only one 12 year old boy was in the audience. Discouraged, Fator contemplated pursuing another career, but his family encouraged him to hang in there. Terry entered the America’s Got Talent competition with the hope that the exposure if he made it to the Top 20 might
help his career and cause people to want to attend his shows. But Fator says the low point of his career was when he appeared at a 1,000 seat theater and had only one customer.

Fator’s success stems from combining singing and ventriloquism and it wasn’t even his idea. Fator had been the lead singer in a band and often did impersonations of singers like Garth Brooks, Etta James, James Taylor and Dean Martin while ventriloquism was just a comic side gig for Fator. Per the suggestion of his manager, Fator decided to join his two talents, ventriloquism and impersonations. "I had one of my characters sing Garth Brooks’ Friends in Low Places and the audience went bananas," Fator says. "Boy, that was where my life changed." After his initial success Fator revamped his act. "It took me six months and I completely rewrote the show," says Fator. "It was then that people really noticed and I started getting standing ovations at the end of every show."

Prior to winning "America’s Got Talent," Fator was an opening act for Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks, Neal McCoy, and Styx. Fator also made corporate appearances at General Motors and AT&T.


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