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First 15 of Top 30 ready to hit the stage

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Dave Siemiaszko of Wheeling listens to the judges' critique after auditioning for Suburban Chicago's Got Talent.

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Sheridan Archbold

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Andre Bellos, with backup dancers Alivia Tedeschi and Arielle Atar

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Kristin Brintnall

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Kimberly Church

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Ryan Cooper

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King Whisky (Joe Calderone, left, and Mike Kelley)

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Mark Lyons

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Merseyside (Patrick Ryan, left, Quinn Fitzsimons, Joel Smith and Sean Ryan)

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Bret Patterson

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Divya Pillai

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Dave Siemiaszko

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Sean and Karen Slavin

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Solar Sound System (C.J. LaFleur and Stephen LaFleur)

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Tiffany Turner

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Joey White

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Suburban Chicago's Got Talent is back and bigger than ever. There is a talented roster of 30 finalists versus 20 from last year for the summer-long talent competition presented by the Daily Herald, produced by the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and sponsored by the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce. That means that two sets of 15 acts will each compete over two different nights (7 p.m. on Sundays, June 23 and July 7) at the Metropolis. The field will then be cut in half, with 15 acts moving on.
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