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posted: 8/21/2013 5:32 PM

Talent finalists open for suburban music show

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By Scott Morgan

Five of the top 10 finalists in the Suburban Chicago's Got Talent competition made a Wednesday evening appearance at one of the competition's sponsors, Randhurst Village in Mount Prospect.

Comedian Tiffany Streng of Arlington Heights, vocalist San Sandberg of Geneva, guitarist and vocalist Ryan Cooper of Schaumburg, pianist and vocalist Riley Mangan of Arlington Heights and Suburban Chicago's Got Talent 2013 winner vocalist Gabriela Francesca of Palatine all performed as opening acts for the main attraction of the band Maggie Speaks.

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Suburban Chicago's Got Talent was a summer-long talent competition presented by the Daily Herald, produced by the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and sponsored by groups like the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce, Alexian Brothers Health System, Arlington Heights Ford, College of DuPage, Gardi and Haught Ltd., Porte Brown and Randhurst Village.

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