A few months ago, American Idol went through events that all regular viewers of the show will undoubtedly remember for the rest of their lives.
The TV show, which brings together the top voices of the American scene to uncover and which ultimately launches one of the participants towards stardom, on this occasion, encountered a touching narrative behind one of the contestants.
This is Brandon Elder’s situation. The young man mentioned his adopted mother before speaking to the audience and jury. Since his birth mother had traded him for a car, Brandon was adopted at the age of 10 months. Certainly, as you’ve read, he will always have Patricia Elder as his guardian angel.
Patricia departed. When she left, Brandon gave her a song he had written called “Gone,” which is translated as “You’ve Gone,” and played guitar and sang for her so her mom wouldn’t feel bad. He became famous because of this song.
The judges approved of it. Everyone adored the song, and now we are all eager to learn more about the background and future of this particular artist’s tune.
Here is the video: