Oak Grove teenager MSF Idol


Taking first place in the 2015 Missouri State Fair Idol finals on Sunday, Savannah Purkey, 15, of Oak Grove, sang a selection of Etta James, Whitney Houston and and Kelly Clarkson songs. Purky, the daughter of Shannon and Carla Purkey, won $500 cash and the opportunity to sing at the Pepsi Grandstand on the first night of the 2016 MSF. Runner-up for MSF Idol was 19-year-old Cameron Kopp, of Cadet. Kopp with a smooth Johnny Cash-like voice received $250 cash. The competition is sponsored by Bimbo Bakeries. See Friday’s Democrat Entertainment page for the full story.


Taking first place in the 2015 Missouri State Fair Idol finals on Sunday, Savannah Purkey, 15, of Oak Grove, sang a selection of Etta James, Whitney Houston and and Kelly Clarkson songs. Purky, the daughter of Shannon and Carla Purkey, won $500 cash and the opportunity to sing at the Pepsi Grandstand on the first night of the 2016 MSF. Runner-up for MSF Idol was 19-year-old Cameron Kopp, of Cadet. Kopp with a smooth Johnny Cash-like voice received $250 cash. The competition is sponsored by Bimbo Bakeries. See Friday’s Democrat Entertainment page for the full story.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD082415MSFIdol-14.jpgTaking first place in the 2015 Missouri State Fair Idol finals on Sunday, Savannah Purkey, 15, of Oak Grove, sang a selection of Etta James, Whitney Houston and and Kelly Clarkson songs. Purky, the daughter of Shannon and Carla Purkey, won $500 cash and the opportunity to sing at the Pepsi Grandstand on the first night of the 2016 MSF. Runner-up for MSF Idol was 19-year-old Cameron Kopp, of Cadet. Kopp with a smooth Johnny Cash-like voice received $250 cash. The competition is sponsored by Bimbo Bakeries. See Friday’s Democrat Entertainment page for the full story.

Taking first place in the 2015 Missouri State Fair Idol finals on Sunday, Savannah Purkey, 15, of Oak Grove, sang a selection of Etta James, Whitney Houston and and Kelly Clarkson songs. Purky, the daughter of Shannon and Carla Purkey, won $500 cash and the opportunity to sing at the Pepsi Grandstand on the first night of the 2016 MSF. Runner-up for MSF Idol was 19-year-old Cameron Kopp, of Cadet. Kopp with a smooth Johnny Cash-like voice received $250 cash. The competition is sponsored by Bimbo Bakeries. See Friday’s Democrat Entertainment page for the full story.

Photo by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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Photo by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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